Case of purpura in an Infant, attended with extraordinary symptoms.
The purpura, as mentioned in Pliny, was an amethyst or violet color.
The expression of an intense variolous poison is known as hemorrhagic variola; also as purpura variolosa and black pox.
It is probable that the men were suffering from starvation, purpura and dysentery.
The doctors were astonished at my case; they say it is purpura.
(d) In purpura hmorrhagica the number is enormously diminished.
In purpura, ulceration of the buccal mucous membrane does not occur, and the gums are pale and intact.
These are remedies which are useful in the counteraction of Scurvy and purpura.
Like the purpura and the Pterocera, the bryony and other shells and plants.
In all other respects this genus is nothing but a true purpura.
purpura pur·pu·ra (pûr'pə-rə, -pyə-)
A condition characterized by hemorrhages in the skin and mucous membranes that result in the appearance of purplish spots or patches. Also called peliosis.