PURPURA SENIL DE BATEMAN PDF

DermNet provides Google Translate, a free machine translation service. Note that this may not provide an exact translation in all languages. February Senile purpura is a common, benign condition characterised by the recurrent formation of purple ecchymoses bruises on the extensor surfaces of forearms following minor trauma. It is also known as Bateman purpura, after British dermatology pioneer Thomas Bateman, who first described it in ; and actinic purpura, because of its association with sun damage. It is equally common in males and females.

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Background: Bateman purpura is characterized by diffuse senile skin atrophy, senile purpura and spontaneous stellar pseudocicatrices. Cutaneous changes in the course of ageing have been related to lower levels of ascorbic acid into the dermis of elderly people. Objective: In this study, we postulate that senile purpura could be linked to dermal vitamin C deficiency and could be corrected by topical administration of this vitamin.

Methods: A weeks, hemi-member forearm or leg , randomized double-blind comparative study was conducted in 18 patients with Bateman purpura aged over than 60 years. At each visit, clinical assessment and biometrological measurements were performed. Clinical examination and scoring by experts showed a significant improvement on the vitamin C-treated side compared with the control, with reduction of haemorrhage areas, increase of dermal thickness.

Bateman purpura, a classical sign of photoaging whose origin has not clearly been recognized could be improved by vitamin C applied on to the skin. Conclusion: These results confirm the hypothesis of the underlying role of vitamin C deficiency in the determinism of Bateman purpura. This site needs JavaScript to work properly. Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features! Clipboard, Search History, and several other advanced features are temporarily unavailable.

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Full-text links Cite Favorites. Abstract Background: Bateman purpura is characterized by diffuse senile skin atrophy, senile purpura and spontaneous stellar pseudocicatrices. Comment in Photoexposed skin, skin ageing, Bateman's purpura and local vitamin C deficiency.

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Humbert PG, et al. Exp Dermatol. Photoexposed skin, skin ageing, Bateman's purpura and local vitamin C deficiency. Boulinguez S, et al. Ann Dermatol Venereol. PMID: French. Mintsoulis D, et al. J Cutan Med Surg. PMID: Review. Resurfacing with topical agents. Lewis AB, et al. Semin Cutan Med Surg. Show more similar articles See all similar articles.

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Senile Purpura

Senile purpura causes ecchymoses and results from increased vessel fragility due to connective tissue damage to the dermis caused by chronic sun exposure, aging, and drugs. See also Overview of Vascular Bleeding Disorders. Purpura refers to purplish cutaneous or mucosal lesions caused by hemorrhage. Senile purpura typically affects older patients as their dermal tissues atrophy and blood vessels become more fragile. Patients develop persistent dark purple ecchymoses, which are characteristically confined to the extensor surfaces of the hands and forearms.

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Background: Bateman purpura is characterized by diffuse senile skin atrophy, senile purpura and spontaneous stellar pseudocicatrices. Cutaneous changes in the course of ageing have been related to lower levels of ascorbic acid into the dermis of elderly people. Objective: In this study, we postulate that senile purpura could be linked to dermal vitamin C deficiency and could be corrected by topical administration of this vitamin. Methods: A weeks, hemi-member forearm or leg , randomized double-blind comparative study was conducted in 18 patients with Bateman purpura aged over than 60 years. At each visit, clinical assessment and biometrological measurements were performed. Clinical examination and scoring by experts showed a significant improvement on the vitamin C-treated side compared with the control, with reduction of haemorrhage areas, increase of dermal thickness. Bateman purpura, a classical sign of photoaging whose origin has not clearly been recognized could be improved by vitamin C applied on to the skin.

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