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124 Possible Causes for Alopecia, Fever, Peripheral T Cells Decreased

  • Psoriasis

    Alopecia induced by biological therapy is a rare side effect of this type of drugs.[] Treatment of psoriasis results in a decreased expression of type 1 cytokines by both peripheral blood and lesional T-cells that correlates with clearing of the lesions, as[] […] stage of Rocky Mountain spotted fever do not blanch.[]

  • Graves Disease

    A 61 years old woman presented with low grade fever and weight loss for a month.[] Patches of complete hair loss indicate associated alopecia areata. Loss of secondary sexual hair may occur in gonadotropin deficiency.[] Notably, HLA-DR14, a known risk factor for GD in Japanese individuals and the decreased regulatory T-cell numbers that were seen in the pediatric case, may affect the early[]

  • Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

    The patient showed a high spiking fever and myalgia. Laboratory data revealed pancytopenia and immunological abnormalities.[] Women, on the other hand, suffered from more alopecia, photosensitivity, arthralgia and RP.[] Decreased T cell precursor frequencies to Epstein–Barr virus glycoprotein Gp110 in peripheral blood correlate with disease activity and severity in patients with rheumatoid[]

  • HIV Infection

    […] case reports about drug fever due to piperacillin/tazobactam with other comorbidities.[] Highly active antiretroviral therapy results in a decrease in CD8 T cell activation and preferential reconstitution of the peripheral CD4 T cell population with memory rather[] The patient presented with acute onset of fever, cough, hemoptysis and malaise.[]

  • Aplastic Anemia

    Anti-malarial treatment was initiated following which the fever subsided but, despite regular transfusions, the blood counts remained low.[] MATERIALS AND METHODS: A total of 41 patients with AA and 46 patients with hypo-MDS were collected, and the proportions of peripheral blood T lymphocyte subsets, CD3 - CD16[] Herein we report a patient with celiac disease who was not strictly following a gluten-free diet and presented with progressive pallor, fever, and weakness of 1 month's duration[]

  • Graft-versus-Host-Disease

    The clinical findings mainly include high fever, cytopenia, splenomegaly, phagocytosis, and proliferation of histiocytes in lymphoreticular tissue.[] […] resembling lichen planus) Loss of skin colour without thickening ( vitiligo ) Hardening of skin ( scleroderma ) may interfere with joint mobility Hair loss (including typical alopecia[] These cells induce allogeneic T cell death in response to interferon-γ, resulting in regulatory T cell expansion and immunosuppression.[]

  • Sézary Syndrome

    The patient experiences pruritus, alopecia, edema, and nail and pigment changes. Sézary syndrome Sezary syndrome Mycosis fungoides, see there.[] Decreased expression of Fas (APO-1/CD95) on peripheral blood CD4 T lymphocytes in cutaneous T-cell lymphomas. Br. J. Dermatol. 143, 1205–1210 (2000). 41.[] Other signs and symptoms may include intense itchiness, scaling and peeling of the skin; fever; weight loss; hair loss; outward turning of the eyelids (ectropion); palmoplantar[]

  • Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma

    CTCL-related alopecia universalis is a rare non-scarring form of hair loss which simulates alopecia areata universalis.[] The presence and degree of peripheral blood involvement in patients with cutaneous T-cell lymphoma (CTCL) portend a worse clinical outcome.[] A 6-year old girl presented with complaint of 3-year history of recurrent skin lesions, 3 months of fever accompanied by cough for 8 days.[]

  • Mycosis Fungoides

    […] for Cancer Completed NCT00070382 Phase 3 darbepoetin alfa;epoetin alfa 20 Caspofungin Acetate Compared With Amphotericin B Liposomal in Treating Patients With Persistent Fever[] Clinically, this area resembled alopecia areata (AA) and was without hypopigmentation or erythema.[] Guilhou, Decreased expression of Fas (APO‐1/CD95) on peripheral blood CD4 T lymphocytes in cutaneous T‐cell lymphomas, British Journal of Dermatology, 143, 6, (1205-1210),[]

  • Common Variable Immunodeficiency

    However, the NLRP12-associated periodic fever syndromes show a wide clinical spectrum, including patients without classical diagnostic symptoms.[] Alopecia universalis in a patient with common variable immunodeficiency. Pediatr Dermatol. 1999 Jul-Aug. 16(4):305-7. [Medline].[] Moreover, the frequency of peripheral blood follicular helper T cells (CD3( )CD4( )CXCR5( )PD-1( )ICOS( )) was similar between the CVID and control groups.[]

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