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Thyroid Acropachy, Pretibial Myxoedema

Thyroid acropachy, pretibial myxoedema. Acropachy or thyroid acropachy refers to a dermopathy associated with Graves' disease. It is characterized by soft-tissue swelling of the hands and clubbing of the fingers. Pretibial myxedema (PTM) or, more appropriately, thyroid dermopathy is a term used to describe localized lesions of the skin resulting from the deposition of hyaluronic acid, usually as a component of thyroid disease.

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Science Source / Clinical Photography, Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UK

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3252 x 2083 pixels

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11 x 7 inches / 28 x 18 cm

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