erythema

erythema
erythema [er΄i thē′mə]
n.
[ModL < Gr erythēma < erythainein, to redden, blush < erythros, RED]
an abnormal redness of the skin caused by various agents, as sunlight, drugs, etc., that irritate and congest the capillaries
erythemic [er΄i thēmik]
adj.
erythematous [er΄i them′ə təs, er΄ithē′mətəs]

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