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4,609 Possible Causes for Alopecia, bhuiya, Patient Appears Acutely Ill

  • Myocardial Infarction

    References Niska R, Bhuiya F, Xu J. National hospital ambulatory medical care survey, emergency department summary.[] USA (16) Department of Emergency Medicine, Division of Emergency Medicine Research, Mayo Clinic, 200 First Street Southwest, Rochester, MN 55905, USA References Niska R, Bhuiya[]

  • Stroke

    10 643·5 to 22 842·6) 31·0 (29·7 to 32·4) * 5·1 (4·3 to 5·8) * 202·3 (136·5 to 292·9) 207·8 (140·1 to 300·1) 212·1 (143·0 to 306·4) 4·9 (4·2 to 5·6) * 2·1 (1·5 to 2·6) * Alopecia[]

    Missing: bhuiya
  • Scarlet Fever

    Patients are contagious both during the acute illness and the stage before appearance of symptoms.[]

    Missing: bhuiya
  • Brandt Syndrome

    The clinical triad for BS is dermatitis, diarrhea, and alopecia, although few patients present in this way.[] The alopecia diffusely affects the eyelashes, eyebrows and scalp.[] It is characterized by skin lesions on acral and periorificial areas and may be associated to alopecia, diarrhea and increased frequency of infections.[]

    Missing: bhuiya
  • Stevens-Johnson Syndrome

    The patient appears to have SJS, and he also has a long list of medications. Which of the following recently started medications is most likely responsible for SJS?[] […] long-term effects of SJS/TEN can include changes in skin coloring (pigmentation), dryness of the skin and mucous membranes (xerosis), excess sweating (hyperhidrosis), hair loss (alopecia[] […] hypopigmentation) Abnormal scarring Eruptive nevi Nail changes (onychomadesis, anonychia, pterygium formation, ridging, dystrophy, abnormal pigmentation) Telogen effluvium Alopecia[]

    Missing: bhuiya
  • Eosinophilia Myalgia Syndrome

    Eight patients who became ill while taking tryptophan had myalgia, fatigue, rash, fever, edema, alopecia, arthralgias, diminished joint motion, skin tightening, muscle cramping[] Symptoms of peripheral edema, rash, scleroderma-like skin change, alopecia, and neuropathy were more prevalent in pre-epidemic patients.[] […] with the tryptophan users who were not ill, survivors with definite EMS continued to report excess morbidity for 6 major EMS symptoms (myalgia, arthralgia, weakness, rash, alopecia[]

    Missing: bhuiya
  • Hyperpyrexia

    Abstract Two teenage boys, brothers, died suddenly within 2 months of each other. No clear cause of death could be identified in either case. Because of previous reports of the association between malignant hyperpyrexia and sudden death in otherwise healthy young men, we examined the parents. The father was[…][]

    Missing: bhuiya
  • Folliculitis Decalvans

    alopecia, alopecia areata, congenital alopecia, and specific problems posed by alopecia in patients of African and Asian origin.[] Contains focused yet complete coverage of non-scarring alopecia, primary lymphocytic cicatricial alopecia, primary neutrophilic ciatricial alopecia, hair loss management,[] This is a commonly found primary scarring alopecia, with an incidence rate of 1.9-11.2% in those diagnosed with any form of scarring alopecia.[]

    Missing: bhuiya
  • Thallium Poisoning

    Various diagnoses were entertained in this case and thallium poisoning was suspected only after he developed alopecia and neuropsychosis.[] Severe paresthesia, ophthalmoplegia, cerebellar and extrapyramidal signs, and alopecia are highly suggestive of thallium poisoning.[] The diagnosis was not made, however, until alopecia developed.[]

    Missing: bhuiya
  • Acute Gastritis

    Streatfield PK, Khan WA, Bhuiya A. Cause-specific mortality in Africa and Asia: evidence from INDEPTH health and demographic surveillance system sites.[] 3·7% 18·6% 15·4% 21·8% Scabies 8·5% 9·0% 5·9% 16·5% Fungal skin diseases 2·7% 8·5% 5·9% 12·2% Viral skin diseases 6·4% 7·4% 5·3% 12·8% Acne vulgaris 5·9% 6·9% 5·9% 13·8% Alopecia[] 3·0 to 0·0) Acne vulgaris 661 634·9 (622 842·5 to 700 241·7) 23·2 * (13·9 to 32·6) 0·4 ( 7·8 to 7·3) 7180·8 (3451·6 to 13 214·1) 23·2 * (13·7 to 32·7) 0·3 ( 7·7 to 7·4) Alopecia[]

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