to cough up
coughing up blood
a tendency to suffer from a particular medical condition. For example, a bleeding diathesis is an unusually susceptibility (tendency) to bleeding (hemorrhage), usually due to hypocoaguability.
a scratch or abrasion of the skin
Another name for LPS
producing, or causing the production of, pus
consisting of, containing, or discharging pus
a localized collection of pus
a large, fluid-filled blister >1 cm in diameter. It can be a single compartment, or be multiloculated (having many small cavities or cells). The adjective is 'bullous'.
another name for skin disease
the name given to red skin due to increased blood supply. May be applied to any red-colored dermatosis.
follicular distribution of a dermatosis refers to individual lesions that arise from hair follicles, i.e., acne. These may be grouped into confluent plaques.
a herpetiform eruption means it looks like a herpes infection, with grouped umbilicated vesicles.
the enlargement of a tissue due to an increase in cell numbers
refers to skin that is paler than normal
causing little or no pain
A posterior displacement of the eye within the orbit. Horners syndrome can produce an apparent enopthalmos due to ptosis
increase in blood flow (to a tissue or organ) that is associated with increased metabolic activity of the tissue or organ