Angioma serpiginosum



angioma serpiginosum

angioma serpiginosum angioma ser·pig·i·no·sum (sər-pĭj’ə-nō’səm)
n.
The presence of rings of red dots on the skin that are due to proliferation and subsequent atrophy of superficial capillaries. Also called essential telangiectasia.

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