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Pallor as a clinical sign of severe anaemia in children: an
The Pale Optic Disc: Some Observations of a European Neuro
disc with temporal pallor depending on the severity of the initial demyelination or inflammation.
Analyze RNFL Thickness in Patients of Segmental Pallor by OCT
451. NEURO OPHTHALMOLOGY SESSION.
Digital Measurement of Pallor-Disc Ratio
Digital Measurement of Pallor-Disc Ratio. A. Ralph Rosenthal, MD; David G.
THE NERVOUS CONTROL OF EXCITEMENT PALLOR IN REPTILES

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Smacking Down Progressives of Pallor
Best Bet: Wild Rose Illuminating Powder
There are more than enough blushes and bronzers on the market to combat the seasonal pallor, but Korres's new Wild Rose Illuminator Powder brightens your complexion without a tell-tale streak of scarlet.
Could this be anything other than retinitis pigmentosa?
OTOH, I'm 56 (past the time RP is usually diagnosed) and I have no other signs or symptoms of RP (no night blindness or loss of peripheral vision; no waxy pallor of the optic disc or attenuation of the retinal blood vessels).
Patronizing Progressives of Pallor
Is there anything more condescending than a porcelain-skinned Hollywood liberal who attempts to show her presumed solidarity with minorities by referring to them as “people of color”?
Liv Vors, Edmonton
When I emerged from my sequestration, a strange pallor hung over the scores of pedestrians in the hallway. There was a TV, which immediately struck me as peculiar and out of place.

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Pallor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pallor - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary
Definition of PALLOR.
pallor - definition of pallor by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus
[Middle English pallour, from Old French palor, from Latin pallor, from pall re, to be pale; see pel-1 in Indo-European roots.
Pallor | Define Pallor at Dictionary.com
Pallor definition at Dictionary.com, a free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation. Look it up now!
Paleness: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia
Alternative Names. Skin - pale or gray; Pallor. Update Date: 4/13/2009.

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