APS Awareness Month: Day 17 ~ Another commonality amongst #APS patients is #Livedo Reticularis. This is that netlike discoloration that may appear on your legs or hands (or other areas of the body). Do you have #Livedo Reticularis? Share your experience in the comments! A good site for more info is: http://www.dermnetnz.org/vascular/livedo-reticularis.html  Also...don't forget to share away on all social media platforms with the hashtags #APSAWARENESS and #GOBURGUNDY!!

APS Awareness Month: Day 17 ~ Another commonality amongst patients is Reticularis. This is that netlike discoloration that may appear on your legs or hands (or other areas of the body). Do you have Reticularis?

Livedo reticularis - Common secondary vascular condition of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome. You'll often see this on me.

Kenslea does this! Livedo reticularis - Common secondary vascular condition of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome.

Livedo reticularis - Mayo Clinic. Livedo reticularis is a vascular condition characterized by a mottled, purplish discoloration of the skin, usually on the legs. It may be aggravated by cold exposure.

Livedo reticularis is a vascular condition characterized by a mottled, purplish discoloration of the skin, usually on the legs. It may be aggravated by cold exposure.

Livedo reticularis

Livedo reticularis Definition It is a dermatological disorder marked by a mottled purplish discoloration of the skin due to stagnation of blood within the

Livedo Reticularis & Rheumatoid Arthritis: Nothing Rash about It  Ive had Rheumatoid Arthritis, Diabetic Neuropathy,and Fibromyalgia for over TEN years, and have also had THIS undiagnosed for even longer... Im calling to get a new Rheumatologist and dermotologist STAT....

Livedo Reticularis & Rheumatoid Arthritis: Nothing Rash about It

Does livedo reticularis have anything to do with Rheumatoid disease? Livedo reticularis is a purplish-colored lace pattern under the skin. There is no rais

APS • If you have Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome with migraine, memory loss, balance trouble, livedo reticularis, Raynauds, a family history of blood clots or autoimmune disease, then you should be tested for APS. Even without these manifestations, visit your #Dysautonomia doctor and discuss being tested. APS is serious, but manageable, so be proactive. This is a link to Hugh's Syndrome/APS information http://www.hughes-syndrome.org

Annie asked an interesting question yesterday - specifically about a condition called livedo reticularis. It seems that Annie has been gifte.

Livedo reticularis: What causes it? - Mayo Clinic

Adrenal fatigue is supposedly a mild form of adrenal insufficiency caused by chronic stress.

Antiphospholipid Syndrome. Livedo reticularis bluish-purple streaks in a net-like pattern  Antiphospholipids Syndrome (APLS) in SLE patient presented with CLOT  coangulation defect livedo reticularis obstetric complication - recurrent miscarriage & IUGR thrombocytopenia  So we do : 1. ELISA for anticardiolipin & lupus anticoangulant 2. activated Prothrombin Time DRVVT.  High titer of IgG Anticardiolipin suggests high risk for clotting.

Livedo reticularis bluish-purple streaks in a net-like pattern Antiphospholipids Syndrome (APLS) in SLE patient presented with CLOT c.

Antiphospholipid Syndrome: Livedo Reticularis, Legs

Antiphospholipid antibody syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune thrombotic syndrome characterized by the presence of antiphospholipid antibodies (APAs).

skin rash associations with rheumatic diseases.  also livedo reticularis - vasculitis & antiphospholipid syndrome, and palpable purpura with vasculitis

skin rash associations with rheumatic diseases. also livedo reticularis - vasculitis & antiphospholipid syndrome, and palpable purpura with vasculitis

Livedo reticularis in lupus: https://plus.google.com/106749088806096753384/posts/iYSdrtwa9tb . Go to http://www.facebook.com/LupusEncyclopedia or follow me on Twitter at http://twitter.com/... to get daily tips on living with and fighting the symptoms of lupus and related problems such as arthritis, fibromyalgia, and Sjögren’s syndrome. It also answers questions such as “What is lupus?” and “What causes lupus?”

Livedo reticularis in Lupus, related: arthritis, fibromyalgia & Sjögren’s syndrome. I never knew this was related.

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