Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Infantile acute hemorrhagic edema .. Participation of purpura and edema of inflammation in the limbs and face

Infantile acute hemorrhagic edema:
Is a distinct disorder, consisting of the involvement of purpura usually, inflammatory edema in the limbs and face, occurs exceptionally often in children under the age of two with a tendency to relapse in a short time and subsequent spontaneous healing.
The cause of acute haemorrhagic edema in infants remains unknown and is thought to represent a similar form to Henoch Schonlein's porphyry.
Intracranial coagulation.