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Telangiectasia

Telangiectasia: Introduction

Dilation of small blood vessels on the surface of the skin (spider veins). Telangiectasias frequently occur on the facial area but can occur on other parts of the body as well. The condition is more common in women than men. Telangiectasias can be associated with conditions such as rosacea and scleroderma but often have no known cause. ...more »

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Small red dots, usually on the face and hands, resulting from tiny blood vessels showing through the skin's surface. (Source: excerpt from Handout on Health Scleroderma: NIAMS)

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Localized convolution and dilatation of a group of small blood vessels, leading to hemorrhage and angioma. - (Source - Diseases Database)

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