Harlequin syndrome - Wikipedia - unilateral facial redness

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unilateral facial redness


A 2-year-old previously healthy boy was referred to the emergency department ( ED) by his pediatrician after an unusual pattern of facial flushing and sweating.

A previously healthy three-year-old girl presented with a one-week history of an episodic erythematous patch extending from the corner of the mouth to the right.

Facial flushing and sweating were investigated in five patients who complained of the sudden onset of unilateral facial flushing in hot weather or when.

Harlequin syndrome is a condition characterized by asymmetric sweating and flushing on the upper thoracic region of the chest, neck and face. The " Harlequin sign" is unilateral flushing and sweating of the face, neck, and upper chest.

Facial erythema (facial redness), a clinical finding most noticeable in fair-skinned individuals, occurs as a result of cutaneous blood vessel.