Livedo reticularis is a common skin finding consisting of a mottled reticulated
vascular pattern ... in the lower extremities. The condition's name derives from the
Latin livere meaning bluish a...
Characterized by lacy or net-like patches, mottled skin, or livedo reticularis, is
caused by changes in the blood vessels found directly under the skin's surface, ...
Aug 13, 2015 ... Common causes of Mottled skin symptom from a list of 36 total causes of
symptom Mottled skin.
Mottled skin, technically referred to as dyschromia, is a condition in which the
skin becomes discolored in irregular patches. It is different than other skin ...
Looking for online definition of mottled in the Medical Dictionary? mottled ... It is
often used to describe the skin of patients who are cold or inadequately perfused
Mottled definition, spotted or blotched in coloring. ... The skin on my face and
arms took on a mottled, yellowish appearance, like an old newspaper left out in
Decreased blood perfusion, Skin may become mottled and discolored. ...
Definition. Notable changes in breathing. A gentle fan blowing toward the patient
May 13, 2011 ... Skin mottling in infants, babies & children are caused due to immature circulatory
system. The skin color also changes when its cold. Mottled ...
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Feb 13, 2012 ... I explain some of the changes in skin color that one may encounter when a
person is dying. Included are pictures of jaundice (yellowing of skin) ...
Clinically mottled skin is defined as the condition with irregular painless patches
develop on the skin. The patches are developed due to alteration of blood ...