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12 Possible Causes for Acrocyanosis, Esophageal Motility Disorder, Narrow Hands

  • Raynaud's Disease

    When you are cold or stressed, the arteries in your extremities (fingers, hands, feet, toes) narrow, or constrict.[] Acrocyanosis affects both men and women, and the age at onset is usually between 20 and 45 years.[] Raynaud's (say "ray-NOHZ") phenomenon is a problem when the blood vessels in the hands and feet are extra sensitive and become more narrow than normal.[]

  • Diffuse Scleroderma

    Symptoms of scleroderma include Calcium deposits in connective tissues Raynaud's phenomenon, a narrowing of blood vessels in the hands or feet Swelling of the esophagus, the[] Carla Maradey-Romero, Scott Gabbard and Ronnie Fass, Treatment of Esophageal Motility Disorders Based on the Chicago Classification, Current Treatment Options in Gastroenterology[] Use cautiously with Raynaud's disease, chilblains, acrocyanosis, erythrocyanosis, or impaired temperature sensitivity, such as neuropathy.[]

  • Limited Cutaneous Systemic Scleroderma

    They become spasmodic which narrows their lumen. This affects the blood supply to the hands and legs, turning them blue.[] We report the case of a patient with PLCNA and CREST (calcinosis, Raynaud phenomenon, esophageal motility disorders, sclerodactyly, and telangiectasia) syndrome.[] Extra-oral examination underlined taut, thickened and rigid skin, pallid-red irregular maculae all over the face, telangiectasias and acrocyanosis.[]

  • Pulmonary Arteriosclerosis

    (See illustrations at beginning of Chapter 2, Questions 3 and 4.) coarctation Localized or diffuse narrowing of the aorta.[] These impairments include acute anxiety or panic attacks, gastrointestinal tract disorders, such as esophageal spasm, esophagitis, hiatal hernia, biliary tract disease, gastritis[] Raynaud's syndrome Raynaud's: · disease · gangrene · phenomenon (secondary) I73.1 Thromboangiitis obliterans [Buerger] I73.8 Other specified peripheral vascular diseases Acrocyanosis[]

  • Lytic Bone Lesion

    The DIP joints were normal without erosions, osteophytes, or joint space narrowing. There was no periostitis. Osteopenia was evident in his pelvis and hands.[] Only flagyl ercefuryl third of the patients will have substernal or epigastric pain, which is more typical of esophageal spasm.[] Acroc-Acrok Acrocallosal syndrome, Schinzel type Acrocephalopolydactyly Acrocephalosyndactyly Jackson Weiss type Acrocephaly Acrocephaly pulmonary stenosis mental retardation Acrocyanosis[]

  • Hyperabduction Syndrome

    By keeping the hands in front and elbows tucked in we further narrow the space for the artery and nerve to travel in, and this position keeps the pectoralis minor muscle in[] Spasm Herpes zoster Hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy Pericarditis Pulmonary Embolism Pulmonary hypertension Basra SS, Virani SS, Paniagua D, Kar B, Jneid H.[] Cardiovascular affections: functional peripheral disorders, Raynaud syndrome, acrocyanosis); vascular peripheral organic diseases (obliterating trombangeitis, limb obliterating[]

  • Thickened Earlobes-Conductive Deafness Syndrome

    Malformations of the hands and feet are also commonly seen with this condition.[] GASTROINTESTINAL CHEST PAIN: Esophageal Spasm : Substernal chest pain and dysphagia. Esophageal Reflux (GERD) : Chest pain relieved by antacids.[] […] syndrome is a genetic disorder that is characterized by an abnormally shaped skull, widely spaced eyes, abnormal protrusion of the eyes, underdevelopment of the mid-face and a narrow[]

  • Brittle Cornea Syndrome Type 1

    Xanthomas can be found over knees, elbows, hands, and around the eyes. Heart defects – a heart murmur can be detected by doctors in patients with Alagille syndrome.[] (disordered peristalsis, abnormal lower esophageal sphincter function) Gastroparesis diabeticorum (nonobstructive impairment of gastric propulsive activity; brady/tachygastria[] […] leading to small painful lumps called Piezogenic papules; blue, cold, and sweaty (but not painful) skin due to constriction of blood vessels that return to normal – called Acrocyanosis[]

  • Keratosis follicularis - Dwarfism - Cerebral Atrophy Syndrome

    Signs of the disorder may include: Wide or web-like neck Receding or small lower jaw High, narrow roof of the mouth (palate) Low hairline at the back of the head Broad chest[] […] ulcers Thrombophlebitis Hypercoaguability from increased plasminogen activator 1 Incr risk of CA - breast, hematologist, rhabdiblastoma, retinoblastoma Cutaneous Angie as, acrocyanosis[] spasms, Ectropion Enlarged liver Esophageal varices, Edema Enlarged spleen (splenomegaly) Esophagitis, Egg allergy Enterocele Essential thrombocythemia, Ehlers-Danlos syndrome[]

  • Generalized Connective Tissue Syndrome

    The skin of the hands and of the back appears to age prematurely (acrogeria).[] PM: Polymyositis DM: Dermatomyositis RA: Rheumatoid Arthritis CREST: Calcinosis, Raynaud disease, Esophageal motility disorder, Sclerodactyly, and Telangiectasia SLE: Systemic[] Less frequent cutaneous manifestations include acrocyanosis (a painless disorder caused by constriction or narrowing of the small blood vessels in the skin, mainly the hands[]

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