Schamberg Purpura

Gibson, Lawrence E.
August 2004
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;Aug2004, Vol. 79 Issue 8, p1070
Academic Journal
Offers information on Schamberg purpura, the result of leakage of blood from small capillaries in the superficial papillary dermis. Evidence of an element of dermatitis or eczema; Distinction between Schamberg purpura and cutaneous vasculatitis.


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