Pronunciation: a-trō′fē blahnsh′
Definition: Small smooth ivory-white areas on the skin with hyperpigmented borders and telangiectasis, developing into atrophic stellate scars; seen especially on the legs and ankles of middle-aged women, and associated with livedo reticularis and dermal hyalinizing vasculitis.
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