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11 Possible Causes for Abdominal Skin Rash, Exanthema, Mesenteric Lymphadenitis

  • Typhus

    Scrub typhus should be kept in mind as a rare etiology of acute cholecystitis in endemic areas because the typical signs of scrub typhus such as skin rash and eschar can present[] Patient 1 In January 2015, a 38-year-old homemaker was hospitalized with fever and generalized exanthema.[] […] after the abdominal pain.[]

  • Rare Form of Salmonellosis

    This paper describes a rare delusional disorder, the Fregoli syndrome, in a 17 year old girl who suffered from typhoid psychosis as seen at the Psychiatric Unit of the Jos University Teaching Hospital, Jos.[]

  • Infectious Mononucleosis

    rash abdominal pain Mono symptoms usually go away within 2 to 4 weeks.[] Timár L, Baló-Banga JM, Budai J (1987) [Infectious mononucleosis and drug exanthema].Orv Hetil 128: 1871-1874.[] Other symptoms may include abdominal pain, headache, jaundice, depression, weakness, skin rash, and swollen liver.[]

  • Familial Mediterranean Fever

    […] erythematous skin rashes.[] Clinical differential diagnoses encompass erysipelas, erysipelas-like rashes after joint replacements, mercury exanthemas and malignant counter-parts (e.g. erysipelas melanomatosa[] […] pain, fever, and skin rashes, are observed.[]

  • Scarlet Fever

    The rash can last for more than a week. As the rash fades, the skin around the fingertips, toes, and groin area may peel.[] (By Afag Azizova (own work) via Wikimedia Commons) Differential diagnosis [ 9 , 12 ] Other viral exanthema: Erythema infectosum (or fifth disease) Measles Rubella Roseola[] This may be due to one of the toxins of Streptococcus or it may be due to mesenteric lymphadenitis , an enlargement of the lymph nodes surrounding the intestines, sometimes[]

  • Yersinia Pseudotuberculosis

    Systemic findings may include fever, skin rash, strawberry tongue, hypotension, and lymphadenopathy.[] This is the first report of mesenteric lymphadenitis due to Y. pseudotuberculosis in Israel.[] Symptoms of the severe infection included erythematous skin rash and desquamation, exanthema, hyperhemic tongue, and a toxic shock syndrome.[]

  • Impetigo Neonatorum

    […] eruption; sudden onset Fever, Malaise, Headache, severe backache, prostration, abdominal pain, Vomitting; some cases involve extensive hemorrhaging; rash is worse on the[] […] in generalized lymphadenopathy ( B23.1 ) lymphadenitis: · NOS ( I88.9 ) · chronic or subacute, except mesenteric ( I88.1 ) · mesenteric, nonspecific ( I88.0 ) L04.0 Acute[] […] syndrome; Reiter syndrome; more serious than salmonella Definition Shigellosis ( Shigella dystenteriae, S. flexneri, S. boydii ) AKA: Bacillary dysentery {Gram-negative} Term skin[]

  • Neonatal Inflammatory Skin and Bowel Disease 2

    Joint pain, skin rashes and visual disturbances may occur in some people with inflammatory bowel disease.[] Roseola infantum or exanthema subitum – Human herpesvirus 6 or 7 infection – High fever for 3-4 days – Followed by seizures – Generalized rash (trunk to extremities, face[] […] ts (diarrhoea) Corneal ulcer Otis media Mesenteric lymphadenitis Pneumonia and related (bronchiolitis-bronchitis-croup) Sturge-Weber syndrome: hallmark features Sturge-Weber[]

  • Hyperglobulinemic Purpura

    Thus, arthralgias and abdominal pain usually accompany the rash.[] (L04.-) chronic lymphadenitis (I88.1) enlarged lymph nodes (R59.-) hypergammaglobulinemia NOS (D89.2) lymphadenitis NOS (I88.9) mesenteric lymphadenitis (acute) (chronic)[] Of Generalized Skin Rash Drug eruption Ampicillin rash Viral exanthema Measles 5. DD. Of Rash at Site of TraumaMolluscum contaguasum PsoriasisLichen Warts.planus 6. DD.[]

  • Acute Catarrhal Tonsillitis

    Among other characteristic symptoms of the disease are the following symptoms: swelling of the mucosa of the oropharynx; swelling of the neck; skin rash; runny nose, cough[] There may be abdominal pain due to mesenteric lymphadenitis simulating a clinical picture of acute appendicitis. Signs: 1.[] Therefore, ampicilline and amoxicilline should not be used for therapy, as these in up to 90 percent of cases can lead to the formation of a rash (ampicillin exanthema) and[]

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