Livedo reticularis vascular disorder

Livedo reticularis vascular disorder

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Caption: MODEL RELEASED. Livedo reticularis disorder affecting the blood vessels (dark red) under the skin of a 76-year-old man. This condition has been caused by the use of the drug amantadine to treat the patient for Parkinson's disease. Livedo reticularis refers to the marbled appearance of the skin due to the discolouration of the blood vessels. Amantadine is a drug that has been used since the 1970s, first for influenza, and now for Parkinson's.

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