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World J Hematol. Aug 6, 2017; 6(3): 32-54
Published online Aug 6, 2017. doi: 10.5315/wjh.v6.i3.32
Figure 4
Figure 4 Isothermpgrams of two essential thrombocythemia patients with erythromelalgia in toes and fore foot sole. Typical mottled red blue congestion and thermographic visualization of erythromelalgia in the fore foot and toes. Skin surface temterature: blue 24 °C-25 °C; green 26 °C-27 °C; purple 28 °C-29 °C; red 30 °C-31 °C; yellow 32 °C and white 33 °C. Complete correction of the upper leg thermograms after effective treatment with aspirin.