Erythrocyanosis

Erythrocyanosis: Reddish discoloration and swelling of the limbs in response to cold. Erythrocyanosis is particularly common in children and more common in women than men.
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erythrocyanosis

A condition seen in girls and young women in which exposure of the limbs to cold causes them to become swollen and dusky red; it results from direct exposure to cold, but not freezing, temperatures. ... Origin: erythro-+ G. Kyanos, blue, + -osis, condition ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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erythrocyanosis

(ә-rith″ro-si″ә-no´sis) coarsely mottled bluish or red discoloration on the lower limbs, especially of girls; thought to be a circulatory reaction to exposure to cold.
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erythrocyanosis

erythrocyanosis A condition seen in young girls and women following prolonged exposure to cold, characterized by a slight swelling and a blue or pink tint of the skin of the lower limbs (legs and feet).
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erythrocyanosis

Type: Term Pronunciation: ĕ-rith′rō-sī′ă-nō′sis Definitions: 1. A condition seen in girls and young women in which exposure of the limbs to cold causes them to become swollen and dusky red; it results from direct exposure to cold, but not freezing, temperatures.
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