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Along came a spider: Medicine's most famous spider eponyms.

Authors:
Leonard J Hoenig

Clin Dermatol 2020 Mar - Apr;38(2):257-261. Epub 2019 Jun 21.

Spiders have long been admired for the beauty of their webs. They are celebrated in popular culture as well as in medical eponyms. This contribution provides the historical background for three spider-related eponyms: nevus araneus (spider angioma), arachnodactyly, and the arachnoid mater. Read More

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Dermacase. Nevus araneus (spider telangiectasia).

Authors:
T Enta

Can Fam Physician 1994 Jun;40:1105, 1112

University of Calgary.

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June 1994
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Laser therapy for selected cutaneous vascular lesions in the pediatric population: a review.

Pediatrics 1988 Oct;82(4):652-62

Laser Center, Boston University Medical Center, MA.

Three cutaneous vascular lesions of childhood (the spider angioma [nevus araneus], the strawberry hemangioma, and the port wine stain) are reviewed, with particular emphasis on the present and future role of laser therapy in their management. Read More

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October 1988
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[Naevus araneus, spider nevus, spider-like capillary telangiectasis].

Authors:
H Hatano K Kamo

Geka Chiryo 1970 Mar;22(5):555-6

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March 1970
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