The autopsy showed congestion of the lungs, ecchymoses of the kidney, and much blood in the liver and spleen.
There may be burns, vesications, and ecchymoses; arborescent markings are not uncommon.
The usual appearances in the stomach are those of intense congestion, with ecchymoses, and portions of it may be destroyed.
Was there in these pictures nothing but ecchymoses—infiltrations of the blood into the cellular tissue?
ecchymoses may be present in large number, with exudates of false membrane, which Beaumont describes as aphthous.
These vary in size from the tiniest pin-points, barely recognizable to the naked eye, to ecchymoses of moderately large size.
ecchymoses of the muscular substance are met with occasionally.
No peritonitis, or ascites, or ecchymoses in the mucous membranes were noted in the autopsies made on sheep by Ruedi.
Purpura papulosa (lichen lividus, Willan) is a form of purpura where, in the midst of ecchymoses, livid papules appear.
The heart-muscle had undergone fatty degeneration in 6, and was the seat of ecchymoses of the size of a pin's head in 3.
ecchymosis ec·chy·mo·sis (ěk'ĭ-mō'sĭs)
n. pl. ec·chy·mo·ses (-sēz')
The passage of blood from ruptured blood vessels into subcutaneous tissue, marked by a purple discoloration of the skin.