acromelalgia

Type: Term Pronunciation: ak′rō-mel-al′jē-ă See: erythromelalgia
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acromelalgia

See: erythromelalgia. ... Origin: acro-+ G. Melos, limb, + algos, pain ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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acromelalgia

(ak″ro-mәl-al´jә) bilateral vasodilation, particularly of limbs, with burning pain, increased skin temperature, and redness. Called also erythromelalgia.
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acromelalgia

acromelalgia, erythromelalgia 1. A throbbing and burning pain in the skin often caused by exertion or heat, affecting the hands and feet, accompanied by a dusky mottled redness of the parts with increased skin temperature. 2. A rare disorder of middle age, characterized by attacks of severe burning pain, reddening, hyperalgesia and sweating, involv...
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