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Malar flush

A high colour over the cheekbones, with a bluish tinge caused by reduced oxygen concentration in the blood. Malar flush is considered to be a sign of mitral stenosis, which often follows rheumatic fever. However, malar flush is not always present in mitral stenosis, and many people with this colouring do not have heart disease.

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