Batemans purpura is described as a weakening of the blood vessels and connective tissues, just below the skin surface. As these structures are weakened, they tend to break easily when there is an injury, thus resulting in a release of blood near the surface of the skin. This pooling of blood appears as large red or purplish blotches on the skin. Know the causes, symptoms, treatment of Batemans Purpura.
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