xanthochromia

Yellow coloration.
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xanthochromia

The occurrence of patches of yellow colour in the skin, resembling xanthoma, but without the nodules or plates. ... Synonym: cholesteroderma, xanthochroia, xanthoderma, xanthopathy, yellow disease, yellow skin. ... Origin: xantho-+ G. Chroma, colour ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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xanthochromia

(zan″tho-kro´me-ә) yellowish discoloration of the skin or spinal fluid. Xanthochromic spinal fluid usually indicates hemorrhage into the central nervous system and is due to the presence of xanthematin, a yellow pigment derived from hematin.
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xanthochromia

Type: Term Pronunciation: zan′thō-krō′mē-ă Definitions: 1. Occurrence of patches of yellow color in the skin, resembling xanthoma, but without the nodules or plates. Synonyms: xanthoderma1, yellow disease, yellow skin1
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Xanthochromia

Xanthochromia [from the Greek xanthos (ξανθός)=yellow and chroma (χρώμα)=colour], is the yellowish appearance of cerebrospinal fluid (which envelops the brain) in particular medical conditions, especially subarachnoid hemorrhage. This can be determined by spectrophotometry (measuring the absorption of particular wavelengths of light) or...
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