Cutaneous patterns are often the only clue to a complex underlying vascular pathology. Reticulate pattern is probably one of the most important dermatological signs of venous or arterial pathology involving the cutaneous microvasculature and its presence may be the only sign of an important underlying pathology.

Vascular malformations such as cutis marmorata congenita telangiectasia, benign forms of livedo reticularis, and sinister conditions such as Sneddon's syndrome can all present with a reticulate eruption.

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