Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Corneal redness (Gutron syndrome).. Frequent skin diffuse skin syndrome. Erythromycosis. Large, symmetrical, soft, erythematous plates of the erythema with orange halos on the skin



Corneal reticulum (Gutron syndrome):
- It is a corneal disease, starting from childhood and characterized by a large symmetrical, soft cornea of the erythema with orange halos on the skin. The rash affects the cheeks, shoulder belt, ankles, wrists and buttocks.
Erythrocyte dysplasia.
- Frequent skin diffuse skin syndrome.
Postpartum manifestations appear as dry, corneal areas, which are sliced in strips, leaving a red, happy skin. The skin is dry and dirty due to hypercirculation.