erythrosis


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erythrosis

a pathological condition characterized by a reddish color of the skin and mucous membrane.
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Erythrosis interfollicularis colli was first described by Leder in 1944 (1).
The cutaneous examination showed facial erythrosis and eczematous lesions of the upper and lower extremities.
Under the physiology condition, it is estimated that everyday, about 1/120 RBCs are generated and same number of RBCs attempt suicidal cell death or erythrosis in the human body.
Physical examination: at the moment of admission the patient was in dermatological remission, facial erythrosis was found, otherwise without any changes.
Hyperpigmentation, as in Berloque dermatitis, Riehl's melanosis, poikiloderma of Civatte, and erythrosis pigmentata faciei of Brocq, has been attributed to bergamot oil in eau-de-Cologne or from tars in cosmetics.