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Skin haemorrhage characterized by the appearance of small red spots in the skin that are often mistaken for an eruption.
The distinction is made by stretching the skin: if it does not remove stains, it is a purpura.
Symptoms of a platelet or vascular abnormality, there is no treatment except analgesics to calm the pain.


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