collarette


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collarette

(ˌkɒləˈrɛt)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a woman's fur or lace collar
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The marks of strangulation did not interest me much; they might have been made before, and Mademoiselle Stangerson could have concealed them by a collarette, or any similar article of apparel.
Various kinds of isis, clusters of pure tuft-coral, prickly fungi, and anemones formed a brilliant garden of flowers, decked with their collarettes of blue tentacles, sea-stars studding the sandy bottom.
The characteristic lesions in bullous impetigo are small blisters that enlarge to 1-cm to 5-cm bullae that easily rupture, which leaves an erythematous plaque with a collarette of scale or "double ring scale," with minimal crust and mild erythema.
* Pityriasis rosea is a viral exanthem that may be associated with constitutional symptoms and often presents initially with a herald patch progressing to a classic "Christmas tree" distribution with a fine collarette of scale.
It is confined to the dermis and lacks necrosis and infiltrative growth; the epidermis frequently shows ulceration and collarette formation (Figure 7, A).
You may observe specific iris signs in the breast area corresponding to the tumor together with some typical abnormal condition such as intestinal disorder, constipation, lymphatic congestion, dark or brown metabolic pigment, and abnormal and overwhelming collarette going in zig-zag often entering in the breast area, indicating an inflammatory process, as an example.
The typical presentations are deep red irregularly or polycyclic mammillated plaques with macerated epithelial collarette border on intertriginous area, evolving into vegetative plaques [1].
Bandsmen from the Shankill and Ballysillan banged the Lambeg drum on the arterial Crumlin Road, followed by lines of white-shirted men wearing the Order's collarette, while only a handful of nationalist residents looked on.
A collarette of epithelium is often seen adjacent to the ulceration, the latter covered by a fibrinopurulent membrane.
It is a solitary round or oval lesion with a central wrinkled salmon coloured area and a darker red peripheral zone separated by a collarette of fine scaling.
These remnants are fine strands of pigmented tissue that arise from the collarette iris and attach to another spot on the iris; they may also extend to the pupillary region (BLACKWOOD et al., 2010; ESSON, 2015).
Diagnosis of canine pyoderma is based upon clinical signs such as papules, pustules, epidermal collarette and crusts of various thickness (Beco et al., 2013).