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angular cheilosis
inflammatory lesion at the corner of the mouth
ecchymosis
escape of blood into the tissues from ruptured blood vessels (bruise)
glossitis
red, beefy tongue
haemoglobinuria
abnormally high levels of haemoglobin in the urine
haemosiderinuria
abnormally high levels of haemosiderin in the urine
haemosiderinuria
abnormally high levels of haemosiderin in the urine
koilonychia
spoon-shaped nails
lymphadenopathy
abnormally enlarged lymph nodes
petechiae
pin-sized haemorrhages that do not blanch when pressure is applied
purpura
spontaneous bruises that do not blanch
splenomegaly
abnormally enlarged spleen
conjunctival pallor
unusually pale conjunctiva of the eye
palmar crease pallor
unusually pale creases on the palm
scleral icterus
yellowing of the sclera of the eye
epistaxis
nosebleed
menorrhagia
abnormally heavy and prolonged menstrual period
haemarthrosis
a bleed into a joint space
haematoma
a localised collection of blood outside the blood vessels, usually in liquid form within the tissue
haemorrhagic diathesis
an unusual susceptibility to bleeding