A disease of the skin, in which a diffused inflammation forms rose-colored patches of variable size.
A term meaning "red skin" that is usually the result of inflammation.
Reddening due to inflammation.
Reddening of the skin, due to congestion of the underlying capillaries
The reddening of the skin as a result of exposure to UVB, part of the ultraviolet radiation spectrum. Sunscreens are rated on the extent to which they prevent erythema.
Reddened skin area.
Capillary congestion resulting in abnormally red skin.
Description of color of the skin indicating a red appearance
An abnormal reulening of the skin due to distention of the capillaries with blood.
Skin redness produced by capillary congestion.
Skin redness due to increased blood flow in the dermis.
a redness in an area, caused by either a proliferation or the dilation of blood vessels
Redness of the skin.
Redness over the skin.
Redness of skin or epithelium.
An abnormal redness of the mucosa or gingiva.
Reddening of the skin in response to heat.
Reddening of the skin caused by dilation of superficial blood vesels in the skin.
A reddening of the skin.
a medical term for the redness that sometimes follows hair removal.
A reddish rash on the skin.
Defined as redness due to sunburn, it is a visible sign of skin damage caused by overexposure to the sun's ultraviolet rays. The amount of sunlight needed to cause minimally perceptible sunburn is known as the minimal erythema dose (MED).
Erythema is the name given to red skin due to increased blood supply and may be applied to any red coloured dermatosis.
Reddening of the skin caused by dilation of blood vessels.
Area of reddened skin due to small blood vessels dilating in the skin.
Inflammation or abnormal redness of skin or mucous membranes, specially epidermal redness that is localized or patchy and caused by congestion and dilatation of capillaries.