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517 Possible Causes for Hydrarthrosis, of, Yaws

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  • Skin Infection

    Treponema species cause syphilis , yaws and pinta Bartonella species cause cat scratch fever , bacillary angiomatosis and bartonellosis Mycobacterium species cause tuberculosis[]

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  • Late Congenital Syphilis

    […] nose frontal bossing (“olympian brow”) keratitis CN VIII deafness Teeth/bone (6th year): Hutchinson teeth mulberry molars Saber shins clutton joints (painless symmetrical hydrarthrosis[] NON VENEREAL TREPONAEMAS YAWS Yaws is a non-venereal systemic infectious disease that begins frequently in childhood.[] Nonreactive Reactive Reactive Usually treated syphilis OR early infection (early primary syphilis) OR late latent/tertiary syphilis OR in persons from endemic countries, yaws[]

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  • Eczema

    The conclusions that may be drawn by interpreting the current literature on the efficacy of photo(chemo)therapy in the treatment of atopic dermatitis (AD) are limited by several factors including publication bias, small sample sizes, high variability of parameters used in different studies, and in particular the lack[…][]

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  • Yaws

    Yaws causes disfiguring, and sometimes painful lesions of the skin and bones.[] Prevention There is no vaccine for yaws.[] However, yaws is not transmitted sexually.[]

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  • Intermittent Hydrarthrosis

    "Intermittent hydrarthrosis". BMJ . 1 (5011): 139–143. doi : 10.1136/bmj.1.5011.139 . a b c d e f Reeves, J (1949). "Intermittent hydrarthrosis – two cases".[] ;Medical Advisory Board. hydrarthrosis. // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2009);2009, Issue 21, p1101 A definition of the medical term "hydrarthrosis," which refers[] Pathophysiology The pathogenesis of Intermittent hydrarthrosis is unknown. An involvement of mastocytes has been reported.[]

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  • Nonvenereal Endemic Syphilis

    Recently, several cases of imported yaws and endemic syphilis have been described in Europe.[] Overall, the incidence of yaws was reduced to isolated foci of endemicity.[] Abstract The nonvenereal treponematoses--yaws, endemic syphilis, and pinta--constitute a major health concern for many third world countries.[]

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  • Treponema Pallidum

    Recent advances in the treatment and diagnosis of yaws improve the likelihood of success this time.[] All samples were also tested by a nested PCR for T. pallidum. 12 patients had clinical evidence of active yaws whilst 128 were considered to have latent yaws. 43 children[] […] from yaws patients on Lihir Island, Papua New Guinea.[]

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  • Joint Effusion

    Clinical Information Pathological transudate in the synovial cavity of joints 719.0 Excludes intermittent hydrarthrosis ( 719.3 ) Applies To Hydrarthrosis Swelling of joint[] […] disorder, not elsewhere classified M25.4 ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Code M25.4 Effusion of joint 2016 2017 2018 2019 Non-Billable/Non-Specific Code Type 1 Excludes hydrarthrosis in yaws[] Rest Swelling (medical) Intermittent hydrarthrosis[]

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  • Treponema

    The WHO, for the second time, tries to eradicate yaws finally by 2020.[] The major treponeme species of human pathogens is Treponema pallidum, whose subspecies are responsible for diseases such as syphilis, bejel, and yaws.[] The finding is of importance for currently ongoing yaws eradication campaigns .[]

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  • Pinta

    The incidence rates of yaws and pinta have declined almost in parallel in Colombia, even though there has been a national campaign against yaws, but not against pinta.[] Second International Conference on Control of Yaws. Report of Second International Conference on Control of Yaws: Nigeria, 1955. II.[] Bejel, yaws, and pinta are treponematoses (disorders caused by Treponema bacteria), as is syphilis.[]

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