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5 Possible Causes for Easy Bruisability of Lower Extremities

  • Lipedema

    Lipedema is a hormone-related disease of women characterized by enlargement of the extremities caused by subcutaneous deposition of adipose tissue. In healthy patients application of autologous adipose tissue-derived cells has shown great potential in several clinical studies for engrafting of soft tissue[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Acrogeria

    bruisability with formation of ugly scars on the lower extremities, 4) small fingernails and onychogryphosis of the nails of both big toes, 5) peculiar wrinkles arranged[jstage.jst.go.jp] , most marked on the backs of the hands, fingers, feet and toes, extending over the distal parts of the forearms and legs, 2) blue veins clearly visible on the trunk, 3) easy[jstage.jst.go.jp]

  • Dysmyelopoietic Syndrome

    .  Symptoms- o Fatigue, o decreased exercise tolerance, o bleeding, o easy bruisability, or recurrent bacterial infections. 26.[slideshare.net] . • Petechiae on the lower extremities or on the buccal mucosa (if severe thrombocytopenia is present). • Splenomegaly may be present, especially in patients with chronic[slideshare.net]

  • Refractory Anemia with Excess Blasts in Transformation

    .  Symptoms- o Fatigue, o decreased exercise tolerance, o bleeding, o easy bruisability, or recurrent bacterial infections. 26.[slideshare.net] . • Petechiae on the lower extremities or on the buccal mucosa (if severe thrombocytopenia is present). • Splenomegaly may be present, especially in patients with chronic[slideshare.net]

  • Myelodysplastic Syndrome due to 5q Deletion

    .  Symptoms- o Fatigue, o decreased exercise tolerance, o bleeding, o easy bruisability, or recurrent bacterial infections. 26.[slideshare.net] . • Petechiae on the lower extremities or on the buccal mucosa (if severe thrombocytopenia is present). • Splenomegaly may be present, especially in patients with chronic[slideshare.net]

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