petecchia

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Etymology[edit]

Probably from Latin petīgo ("scab, eruption"), a popular form of impetīgo (perhaps through a Vulgar Latin root *peticla < *(im)peticula, or from a Vulgar Latin *pesticula, from pestis. Less likely from Ancient Greek πιττάκια ‎(pittákia), plural of πιττάκιον ‎(pittákion).

Noun[edit]

petecchia f ‎(plural petecchie)

  1. (pathology) petechia

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