Definition Idiopathic or primary livedoreticularis refers to a netlike pattern of reddish-blue skin discoloration. … Alternative Names Livedoreticularis; Primary livedoreticularis Treatment The cause of primary or idiopathic livedoreticularis is not known, therefore specific treatment … Livedoreticularis.
Development of rash mainly on the lower extremities is the major symptom of livedoreticularis. … Skin biopsy confirms the condition of livedoreticularis. … Livedoreticularis occurs due to spasms in the blood vessels.
Cutaneous lesions may vary from purpura, macules, papules, urticarial, vesicles, ulcers, livedoreticularis to necrosis. … On examination were areas of reticular erythema surrounding a pale central area consistent with livedoreticularis on his upper extremities. … After becoming compliant with a balanced diet, these lesions disappeared though the livedoreticularis persisted.
According to the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) criteria, three of the following 10 must be met in order have a diagnosis of PAN:  (1) Weight loss 4.5 kg, (2) livedo … Our patient fulfilled five criteria for the diagnosis of systemic PAN: Myalgias, nerve disease, biopsy showing arteritis, livedoreticularis and weight loss. … Cutaneous and systemic PAN (when presenting on the skin) usually appear first as livedoreticularis, tender subcutaneous nodules, or cutaneous ulcerations.  Other cutaneous
Palpable purpura and livedoreticularis can occur in some patients. … as the 1990 American College of Rheumatology (ACR) criteria, when a radiographic or pathological diagnosis of vasculitis is made: Weight loss greater than/equal to 4.5 kg Livedo … reticularis (a mottled purplish skin discoloration over the extremities or torso) Testicular pain or tenderness (occasionally, a site biopsied for diagnosis) Muscle pain,
Urticarial lesions were typically erythematous papules, more pruritic than painful, associated with angioedema (51%), purpura (35%) and/or livedoreticularis (14%). … Patients with anti-C1q antibodies had more frequent systemic HUV, angioedema, livedoreticularis, ocular, musculoskeletal and/or kidney involvement(s), and less frequent pulmonary … Other skin findings include splinter hemorrhages, nodules, livedoreticularis, and palmar erythema.
Patients with ACLE also had a higher frequency of livedoreticularis (P 0.001), mucous membrane ulcers (P 0.001), vasculitis (P 0.001), arthralgias (P 0.001), arthritis (P … Such lesions include Raynaud’s phenomenon , livedoreticularis, periungual telangiectasias and leukocytoclastic vasculitis . … They also had a higher prevalence of oral ulcers, livedoreticularis, vasculitis , serositis and nephropathy than patients with SCLE.
Livedoreticularis, nodules, and deep ulcers are usually caused by vasculitis of deeper, medium or large vessels. … Symptoms and Signs Patients may present with skin symptoms such as lesions, including palpable purpura, petechiae, urticaria, ulcers, livedoreticularis, and nodules. … Manifestations can include palpable purpura, petechiae, urticaria, ulcers, livedoreticularis, and nodules.
Most commonly this causes skin symptoms (usually livedoreticularis), gangrene of the extremities and sometimes renal failure; problems with other organs may arise, depending … discoloration of the toes, small infarcts and areas of gangrene due to tissue death that usually appear black, and areas of the skin that assume a marbled pattern known as livedo … reticularis.