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38 Possible Causes for Abdominal Pain, Onset at Age 5-10 Years, Onycholysis

  • Cronkhite-Canada Syndrome

    pain, generalized gastrointestinal polyposis, hyperpigmentation, and nail dystrophy.[] The average patient age at the onset of symptoms is 32 years, but the first symptoms may appear at any age between 5 and 55 years.[] Cronkhite-Canada syndrome is characterized by generalized gastrointestinal polyps associated with hyperpigmentation, hair loss, and onycholysis.[]

  • Diabetes Mellitus

    681 5.6 2 180 1.5 5 501 4.1 1 Congestive heart failure 395 3.3 3 338 2.8 2 58 0.5 - Abdominal pain 384 3.2 4 30 0.2 - 355 2.9 3 Urinary tract infection 345 2.8 5 148 1.2[] Maternal history of diabetes or GDM during the child's gestation Age of initiation: age 10 years or at onset of puberty, if puberty occurs at a younger age Frequency: every[] They are more likely to present with nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain, symptoms similar to food poisoning. DKA may manifest as respiratory distress.[]

  • Reiter's Syndrome

    A type of spinal arthritis that extends to the intestinal wall, this condition can cause abdominal pain as well as joint inflammation.[] Patients had their outcome analyzed at 5, 7, and 10 years. Results.[] He presented with severe fatigue, pain, muscle wasting, synovitis of the elbows, wrists and knees, a scaly rash in the groin area, burning during urination, and severe onycholysis[]

  • Photosensitivity Disorder

    Abdominal pain or cramping (occurs in only some forms of the disease) Light sensitivity causing rashes ( photodermatitis ) Problems with the nervous and muscular systems Attacks[] 6 Late onset of photosensitivity is rare in EPP. 1 Only 10 patients have been reported in whom symptoms started after the age of 40 years, 7 - 10 7 of whom also had refractory[] […] antagonists target blood vessels increased skin fragility and blistering (pseudoporphyria) can occur with NSAID, tetracyclines, furosemide, amiodarone and fluroquinolones photo-onycholysis[]

  • Peeling Skin Syndrome Type A

    Sudden fever, low blood pressure, chills, muscle aches, headache, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, dizziness, and confusion may occur.[] Mild to moderate nail changes are sometimes reported (koilonychia, onycholysis, thickness, yellowish appearance).[] Symptoms may include: Peeling of the skin on toes and fingers Vomiting Diarrhea Abdominal pain Joint pain Joint swelling Jaundice Lack of appetite Complications are more likely[]

  • Juvenile Psoriatic Arthritis

    Starts with a high fever, patchy red rash,enlarged lymph nodes, abdominal pain and weight loss.[] JIA 5 joints are affected peak age: 1-4 years; 7-10 years mainly affects small and medium joints systemic onset JIA (Still's disease, not to be confused with adult onset[] […] published in 1989 and focus on the presence of confirmative findings: Psoriasis-like rash as well as more subtle symptoms of psoriasis, such as dactylitis, nail pitting or onycholysis[]

  • Acne Vulgaris

    These adverse events included nausea, stomach upset, dizziness, abdominal pain, dry mouth, cheilitis, nosebleed, or loss of appetite.[] 5 40 years Genetic background , long course, polygenic , polygenic Age of onset circa 10 years circa 1 year Spontaneous remission 80% (3rd decade) 80% (2nd–3rd decade) Recurrences[] Acne Therapy Antibiotic Recommended Dose Potential Adverse Events / Comment Doxycycline 50 mg–100 mg BID GI upset, pill esophagitis, sensitivity in the sun (including photo-onycholysis[]

  • Reactive Arthritis

    Two weeks prior to these symptoms, he noted diarrhea, right lower abdominal pain and a fever.[] Patients had their outcome analyzed at 5, 7, and 10 years. Results.[] Nail lesions, including pitting and onycholysis, occur in more 80 percent of patients with psoriatic arthritis 27 ( Figure 8 ).[]

  • Juvenile-Onset Still Disease

    Visceral complications (pericarditis, pleural effusion or serous peritonitis with abdominal pain) may be present.[] Clinical Characteristics of sJIA sJIA represents 10–15% of all JIA, with a broad peak of onset between 0 and 5 years of age, with 2 years being the most common [ 3 ], and[] Nail pitting or onycholysis. Psoriasis in a first-degree relative.[]

  • Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis

    pain, diarrhea, and dehydration associated with a high fever, elevated liver enzymes, and lymphopenia.[] JIA 5 joints are affected peak age: 1-4 years; 7-10 years mainly affects small and medium joints systemic onset JIA (Still's disease, not to be confused with adult onset[] Other subtypes include psoriatic and enthesitis-related JIA: Psoriatic JIA occurs when psoriasis is present alongside other symptoms such as nail pitting, nail separation ( onycholysis[]

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