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158 Possible Causes for Acute Otitis Externa, Palmar Hyperlinearity

  • Atopic Dermatitis

    Among patients, reduced level of monomeric filaggrin and NMF correlated with the presence of FLG mutations and clinical phenotypes such as xerosis, palmar hyperlinearity and[] […] children Flexure lichenification in older children and adults Minor features Eyes Cataracts (anterior subcapsular) Keratoconus Infraorbital folds affected Facial pallor Palmar[] Keratosis pilaris/Ichthyosis/Palmar hyperlinearity 2. Atypical vascular responses 3. Perifollicular accentuation/Lichenification/Prurigo 4. Ocular/Periorbital changes 5.[]

  • Otitis Externa

    Charles PS Hui, Acute otitis externa, Paediatrics & Child Health, 18, 2, (96), (2013).[] In nine of these the general practitioner confirmed the diagnosis of acute otitis externa.[] Methods Specimens were collected from the external canals of subjects with clinically diagnosed acute otitis externa.[]

    Missing: Palmar Hyperlinearity
  • Acute Otitis Externa

    OBJECTIVES: To assess the effectiveness of interventions for acute otitis externa.[] METHODS: Specimens were collected from the external canals of subjects with clinically diagnosed acute otitis externa.[] Abstract Acute otitis externa is a common condition involving inflammation of the ear canal.[]

    Missing: Palmar Hyperlinearity
  • Chronic Otitis Externa

    externa exacerbation and 15 with acute otitis externa).[] Acute reactive otitis externa, right ear H60.552 Acute reactive otitis externa, left ear H60.553 Acute reactive otitis externa, bilateral H60.559 Acute reactive otitis externa[] Interventions for acute otitis externa.[]

    Missing: Palmar Hyperlinearity
  • Fungal Otitis Externa

    […] fungal otitis externa.[] Acute otitis externa has a 1% annual incidence and a 10% lifetime prevalence 1,2. 98% of acute otitis externa is bacterial in origin 3.[] A total of 155 ears from 127 patients were diagnosed clinically and confirmed by microbial studies as having acute otitis externa.[]

    Missing: Palmar Hyperlinearity
  • Ichthyosis Vulgaris

    The main characteristics of IV are fine-scale on the arms and legs, palmar hyperlinearity, and keratosis pilaris.[] Abstract Ichthyosis vulgaris (IV) is the most common hereditary disorder of cornification in humans, characterized by generalized fine scaling of the skin, palmar hyperlinearity[] hyperlinearity and keratosis pilaris.[]

    Missing: Acute Otitis Externa
  • Pseudomonas Infection

    2015 ICD-9-CM Diagnosis Code 041.7 Pseudomonas infection in conditions classified elsewhere and of unspecified site 2015 Billable Thru Sept 30/2015 Non-Billable On/After Oct 1/2015 ICD-9-CM 041.7 is a billable medical code that can be used to indicate a diagnosis on a reimbursement claim, however, 041.7 should only be used[…][]

    Missing: Palmar Hyperlinearity
  • Malignant Otitis Media

    Interventions for acute otitis externa. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2010:1: CD004740. Roland PS, Stroman DW. Microbiology of acute otitis externa.[] Concomitant and often erroneous diagnoses of acute otitis externa and otitis media are common because the TM in acute otitis externa is erythematous.[] Acute diffuse and chronic otitis externa The causes of acute diffuse otitis externa and chronic otitis externa are essentially the same.[]

    Missing: Palmar Hyperlinearity
  • Acute Mastoiditis

    Abstract Acute otitis media is a common infection in children. Most acute otitis media episodes can be treated at an outpatient setting with antimicrobials, or only expectant observation. Hospital treatment with parenteral medication, and myringotomy or tympanostomy, may be needed to treat those with severe,[…][]

    Missing: Palmar Hyperlinearity
  • Malignant Otitis Externa

    Clinical diagnosis in the early stage is difficult because the symptoms are similar to acute otitis externa.[] Types of Otitis externa The different types of Otitis externa are bellow: Acute diffuse Otitis externa This type of Otitis externa is chiefly present in swimmers.[] otitis externa; later pain, purulent otorrhea and swelling; may progress to cellulitis, chondritis, osteomyelitis ( Rev Stomatol Chir Maxillofac 2006;107:167 ), involve middle[]

    Missing: Palmar Hyperlinearity

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