acrocyanosis


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acrocyanosis

(ˌækrəʊˌsaɪəˈnəʊsɪs)
n
(Medicine) cyanosis of the hands and feet due to poor circulation of the blood
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.acrocyanosis - cyanosis of the extremitiesacrocyanosis - cyanosis of the extremities; can occur when a spasm of the blood vessels is caused by exposure to cold or by strong emotion
cyanosis - a bluish discoloration of the skin and mucous membranes; a sign that oxygen in the blood is dangerously diminished (as in carbon monoxide poisoning)
Translations
акроцианоза
AcroasphyxiaAkroasphyxieAkrozyanose
akrosyanoosi
acrocyanose
acrocyanose
acrocianose

ac·ro·cy·a·no·sis

n. acrocianosis, Raynaud, enfermedad de, cianosis y frialdad en las extremidades a causa de un trastorno circulatorio asociado con tensión emocional o por exposición al frío.
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In one study of 30 patients with IH, she said, three had mild adverse events consisting of sleep disturbance, diarrhea, and acrocyanosis.
Other transient skin conditions seen were milia (5), vernix caseosa (5), acrocyanosis (3), neonatal acne (3), erythema toixcum neonatorum (1) and neonatal alopecia (1).
Signs and symptoms that are usually associated with congenital anomalies are more common in children and can be non-specific like shortness of breath, fatigue, acrocyanosis or cyanosis, frequent respiratory infections, failure to thrive, and jaundice.
Acrocyanosis is a persistent dusky red discoloration of hands and feet due to venostasis and peripheral deoxygenation.
Autonomic functions in acrocyanosis assessed by heart rate variability.
Nevertheless, systemic use of propranolol may have side effects such as hypotension, bronchospasm, bradycardia, hypoglycemia, acrocyanosis, gastrointestinal and sleep disturbances, and respiratory infections (25).
Systemic diseases like myxedema, diabetes mellitus, chronic lymphedema and other circulatory disorders such as acrocyanosis and livedo reticularis have been associated with PPK.
Acrocyanosis, which was present on admission, had progressed to distal necrosis of the toes in both feet and part of the right hand.
Orthostatic tachycardia and acrocyanosis of the lower extremities may be the only physical signs in these patients.
Physical signs of anorexia include hypothermia, acrocyanosis, resting bradycardia, hypotension, orthostatic blood pressure and pulse, and loss of muscle mass.
Livedo reticularis of the lower limbs and acrocyanosis are the most common cutaneous manifestations along with raised blood eosinophil count.