macule

A spot: only commonly met in the construct 'immaculate' meaning unspotted.

macule

[n] - a patch of skin that is discolored but not usually elevated
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macule

A smooth flat discoloured area
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Macule

Macule: A small localized change in the color of skin that is neither raised (elevated) nor depressed. Macules are never large. They are basically little spots or blemishes in the skin. They are entirely flat and can only be appreciated by visual inspection; they cannot be seen from the side, just from above. Dermatologists (and other physicians) c...
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Macule

Mac'ule noun [ French macule . See Macula .] 1. A spot. [ Obsolete] 2. (Print.) A blur, or an appearance of a double impression, as when the paper slips a little; a mackle.
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Macule

Mac'ule transitive verb [ Confer French maculer . See Maculate , v. ] To blur; especially (Print.) , to blur or double an impression from type. See Mackle .
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macule

<dermatology> A spot, only commonly met in the construct immaculate meaning unspotted. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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macule

noun a patch of skin that is discolored but not usually elevated; caused by various diseases
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macule

(mak´ūl) a discolored skin lesion that is not elevated above the surface; see also patch and spot. Called also macula. adj., mac´ular, mac´ulate., adj. macula (def. 2).
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Macule

• (n.) A blur, or an appearance of a double impression, as when the paper slips a little; a mackle. • (v.) To blur; especially (Print.), to blur or double an impression from type. See Mackle. • (n.) A spot.
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macule

macule Discolored spot or patch on the skin, neither elevated nor depressed, of various colors, sizes, and shapes.
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Macule

the smaller version of a patch
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Macule

the smaller version of a patch
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Macule

A circumscribed flat, discolored spot on the skin.
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Macule

A circumscribed flat, discolored spot on the skin, that is commonly treated by a dermatologist like Dr. Miller.
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Macule

an area of colour change less than 1.5 cm diameter. The surface is smooth.
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Macule

A macule is a spot, or blemish, that is level with the surrounding skin.
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macule

Type: Term Pronunciation: mak′yūl Synonyms: macula
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macule

the smaller version of a patch a flat discolored spot.
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macule

the smaller version of a patch a flat discolored spot.
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macule

the smaller version of a patch -- a flat discolored spot.
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MACULE

A discolored area of skin that is not elevated above the skin surface.
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Macule

(mak'ul) (Latin. Macula - a spot) A macule is a circumscribed flat area of skin, different in color or texture from its surrounding tissue. A maculopapular rash consists of macules and papules. A macule is less than 0.5 cm in diameter, with a patch being larger than that.
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Macule

A circumscribed flat area (< 1 cm) of discoloration without elevation or depression of surface relative to surrounding skin.
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macule

A circumscribed, flat (not raised or depressed) change in the color of the skin. Large macules are patches.
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