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221 Possible Causes for Alopecia, Cornea, Male Sterility

  • Hyperthyroidism

    When the eyes were open the white of the eyes could be seen in the breadth of several lines around all of cornea."[] […] loss of interest in sex itchy skin with raised itchy swellings (urticaria) nails become loose menstrual problems in women, especially lighter periods or absence of periods alopecia[] Hair thinning or diffuse alopecia. Urticaria, pruritus. Brisk reflexes. Goitre. Proximal myopathy (muscle weakness wasting). Gynaecomastia.[]

  • Panhypopituitarism

    Secondary infections: the inflammation of the uveal tract due to its spread from other ocular tissues- cornea, sclera or retina.[] […] juvenile panhypopituitarism most frequent in German shepherd dogs but also in other breeds; puppy dwarfism not apparent until 2-3 months old; small stature, delayed dentition, alopecia[] […] exudative retinal detachmentsCommoner in pigmented racesAssociated extraocular features important in diagnosisCSF pleocytosis, neck stiffness, seizures, paralysis (CNS)Vitiligo, alopecia[]

  • Myotonic Dystrophy

    […] reflex. pupil dilatation See mydriatic ; pupil light reflex. ectopic pupil See corectopia. entrance pupil of the eye This is the image of the iris aperture formed by the cornea[] BACKGROUND: The most frequent skin features associated with myotonic dystrophy type 1 (DM1) are frontal alopecia and pilomatrixomas.[] Other typical findings of the disease were frontal alopecia, bilateral palpebral ptosis, testicular atrophy, muscular weakness with distal predominance, generalized hyporeflexia[]

  • Epididymitis

    Key Words: Vasectomy, sterilization, male contraceptives, pregnancy, prostate cancer, cardiovascular dis-[] Consequently, the cornea and conjunctiva may become exposed and irritated. Often the edge (margin) of the lower lid is red.[] Some specific forms are associated with other cutaneous signs (nail involvement, alopecia, hyperpigmentation, palmoplantar keratoderma) or extracutaneous involvement (muscular[]

  • Graves Disease

    Male subjects must be sterile (biologically or surgically) or commit to the use of a reliable method of birth control for the duration of the study until at least 90 days[] Rarely it may progress to affect the integrity of the cornea and may even endanger vision.[] Patches of complete hair loss indicate associated alopecia areata. Loss of secondary sexual hair may occur in gonadotropin deficiency.[]

  • Chudley-Rozdilsky Syndrome

    sterility due to chromosome Y Parkinsonism linked to Mediastinal endodermal sinus deletion chromosome 17 tumors Pterygium white sclerae Chronic berylliosis frontotemporal[] Warburg Sjo Fledelius syndrome 0 *Abnormalities, Multiple *Cataract/congenital *Hypogonadism *Intellectual Disability *Microcephaly *Optic Atrophy Cornea/abnormalities.[] Adams Nance Syndrome Alcohol Withdrawal Seizures Alopecia, Hypogonadism, Extrapyramidal Disorder Alopecia-Mental Retardation Syndrome 1 Alopecia-Mental Retardation Syndrome[]

  • Vasculitis

    .53 Before initiation of treatment with cyclophosphamide, male patients should be advised about banking sperm to aid future conception.[] The hallmark of the ocular involvement is interstitial keratitis, a patchy mononuclear cell infiltrate in the cornea that causes eye discomfort, redness, and photophobia.[] […] side effects observed during the trial included flu-like symptoms after the first few injections (most patients), mild leukopenia and thrombocytopenia, loss of appetite, alopecia[]

  • Addison's Disease

    But in severe cases, that continue longer, there is inflammation of the cornea (keratitis), with marked photophobia, pain in the eyes, and some temporary blurring of vision[] A young Marshallese woman presented with the insidious development of fever, cough, fatigue, profound weakness, massive weight loss, cachexia, alopecia, amenorrhea, and periumbilical[] Addison’s disease presenting as male infertility. Fertil Steril. 2006;85:1059:e1-4. Ten S, New M, Maclaren N. Clinical review 130: Addison’s disease.[]

  • Androgen Therapy

    Fertil Steril. 1993; 59 :1118–1123. [ PubMed ] 18. Bagatell CJ, Heiman JR, Rivier JE, Bremner WJ.[] […] both dry eye and Sjögren's syndrome and indeed, androgen receptors have been identified in many ocular tissues, including the Meibomian and lacrimal glands, conjunctiva and cornea[] […] have high cholesterol or heart disease, or have liver disease. 2 A study using combined estrogen and testosterone preparations for treatment showed uncommon side effects of alopecia[]

  • Discoid Lupus Erythematosus

    If male, the patient must be surgically sterilized, sexually inactive, or use a condom during the study and continue regular use until one month after the last application[] The main ocular sites involved in patients affected by discoid lupus erythematosus (DLE) are eyelids followed by orbit and periorbit, the least being cornea.[] Cicatricial alopecia presents a diagnostic challenge to clinicians.[]

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