Medical Definition of Atrophoderma striatum

1. Bands of thin wrinkled skin, initially red but becoming purple and white, which occur commonly on the abdomen, buttocks, and thighs at puberty and/or during and following pregnancy, and result from atrophy of the dermis and overextension of the skin; also associated with ascites and Cushing's syndrome. Synonym: atrophoderma striatum, lineae albicantes, lineae atrophicae, linear atrophy, stretch marks, stria, striae atrophicae, striate atrophy of skin, traction atrophy, vergeture. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Atrophoderma Striatum

atrophic rhinitis of swine
atrophic thrombosis
atrophie blanche
atrophied
atrophies
atrophin
atrophoderma
atrophoderma biotripticum
atrophoderma diffusum
atrophoderma maculatum
atrophoderma neuriticum
atrophoderma of Pasini and Pierini
atrophoderma reticulatum symmetricum faciei
atrophoderma striatum (current term)
atrophoderma vermiculatum
atrophodermatosis
atrophy
atrophying
atropia
atropias
atropin
atropine
atropine dehydrase
atropine derivatives
atropine methonitrate
atropine methylbromide
atropine sulfate
atropine test

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