Livedo is for reticularis. It is a vasculopathy with a blue and red-like appearance on the body, on the legs, on the legs, and the skin. Livedo begins with a spasm after a cold or emotional stimulation in the reticularist, and tissue oxygen pressure decreases. In cases of prolonged spasm, microvascular thrombosis develops.
LIVEDO RETICULARIS FORMS
Kutis marmoratus: It is a physiologically reversible condition that occurs in cold weather in infants and many adults.
Congenital Kutis marmorata telangiecthesis: Vascular lesions on localized or widespread permanent skin seen after birth.
Primary livedo reticularis: It is the form that is generally seen in benign adults with unknown cause. It rarely requires treatment.
Secondary livedo reticularis: It is defined as livedo developing due to a systemic disease and has many reasons.
SECONDARY LIVEDO RETICULARIS
Form of occlusion in the vessel due to vasculopathy:
Figure 1,2. Livedo reticularis
Vasculitis form due to autoimmune connective tissue diseases
Other causes of Livedo reticularis
Diagnosis of Livedo reticles
The diagnosis is made by skin biopsies taken from the lesions.
Treatment options suitable for the above etiological causes are applied.