Hepatic palm, spider nevus and telangiectasia are one of the signs of chronic hepatitis or cirrhosis. The main cause of the disease is the d
Hepatic palm, spider nevus and telangiectasia are one of the signs of chronic hepatitis or cirrhosis. The main cause of the disease is the dysfunction of the liver, the destruction of estrogen function, resulting in excessive estrogen in the blood, resulting in liver and spider nevus.
This is the endocrine system disorders, estrogen increased performance.
The morphological characteristics of liver palm has its characteristics of liver palm, as both sides of the edge with both hands (the medicine known as the large and small thenar) and finger palm red spots, patches, pressure fade, and then immediately relax restitution, and exist for a long time, some patients also found this phenomenon in the soles of the feet.
The spider nevus is a cutaneous arterioles end branch expansion, the center by a small vessel to radiate around many small blood vessels, like a spider, spider named.
The number of spider appear unequal numbers ranging in parts of face, neck, back, arm, chest and shoulder, size, diameter by pinhead to a few centimeters above, with sharp objects such as fine spider or a toothpick tip compression center, radial small blood pipe is immediately after the release of fade, restitution.
The clinical findings of liver palms or spider nevus is a marker of the diagnosis of chronic liver disease, but this is not certain signs of chronic liver disease, must be combined with medical history and other examinations, because some other reasons also can have liver palms or spider burst.
Such as rheumatoid arthritis, malnutrition, long-term alcohol consumption and healthy women during pregnancy, estrogen may also occur when.
Some people worry that they are suffering from chronic hepatitis, often find who have no liver palms or spider, some people will generally angiomalosis or mosquito bites after bleeding mistaken for spider veins, which are not yet to confirm the diagnosis, after a medical examination and identification. Source: Network