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14 Possible Causes for Arsenic Poisoning, Beau's Lines and Mees Lines, Peripheral Neuropathy

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  • Acute Arsenic Poisoning

    Features of Textbook of Peripheral Neuropathy Include : ̈ Practical yet comprehensiveóan accessible ìgo-toî reference for clinicians ̈ Covers all clinically relevant peripheral[books.google.com] Acute arsenic poisoning (AAP) can present with a number of features.[symptoma.com] We report a woman with acute arsenic poisoning, who developed an erythroderma with vesicles and pustules after the ingestion of 8-16 g of sodium arsenite.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Chronic Arsenic Poisoning

    Rehabilitation specialists have traditionally dealt with the debilitating consequences of the classic arsenic-induced sensorimotor peripheral neuropathy; however, a knowledge[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Of these, chronic lead poisoning is the most common. Chronic arsenic poisoning following the use of ayurvedic medication, though reported, is rare.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Peripheral neuropathy may also occur.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Thallium Poisoning

    We report a case of thallium poisoning who presented initially with gastrointestinal symptoms and later developed neurological features (peripheral neuropathy and delirium[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Because of associated loose motions, skin lesions, and liver and kidney dysfunction arsenic poisoning was considered.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] […] are not reported in arsenic poisoning.[pmj.bmj.com]

  • Chronic Kidney Insufficiency

    neuropathy ) Dementia Fluid buildup around the lungs ( pleural effusion ) Heart and blood vessel complications High phosphorous levels High potassium levels Hyperparathyroidism[ufhealth.org] Leukonychia can occur with arsenic poisoning, heart disease, renal failure, pneumonia, or hypoalbuminemia.[mountsinai.org] neuropathies, and seizures.[merckmanuals.com]

  • Acute Kidney Failure

    neuropathy ) Dementia Fluid buildup around the lungs ( pleural effusion ) Heart and blood vessel complications High phosphorous levels High potassium levels Hyperparathyroidism[mountsinai.org] Shaw -- Peripheral neuropathies / Michael E. Shy -- Muscle diseases / Duygu Selcen -- Disorders of neuromuscular transmission / Amelia Evoli and Angela Vincent.[worldcat.org] Leukonychia can occur with arsenic poisoning, heart disease, renal failure, pneumonia, or hypoalbuminemia.[mountsinai.org]

  • Congenital Leukonychia

    neuropathy Poisoning (antimony, arsenic, fluoride, lead, thallium) Protein deficiency Psoriasis Psychotic episodes (acute) Renal failure (acute or chronic) Shock Sickle cell[rrnursingschool.biz] […] recurrent leukonychia, [5] [6] this notion has been challenged by some medical researchers. [7] Other possible reasons for this problem with nail colour can be linked to: Arsenic[en.wikipedia.org] "Mees lines and Beau lines after chemotherapy". Canadian Medical Association Journal . 182 (3): E149–E149. doi : 10.1503/cmaj.090501 .[ipfs.io]

  • Leukonychia Totalis

    neuropathy Renal disease Psoriasis Infectious diseases Poisons / drugs ( arsenic, chemotherapy) Apparent leukonychia due to: Terry nail Lindsay half-and-half nail Muehrcke[visualdx.com] poisoning.[medigoo.com] Mees lines and Beau lines after chemotherapy. CMAJ 182 (2010): E149. Citation: Eleftherios Pelechas, Panagiota Karagianni, Spyridoula Karatzeni, Efstathia Karavoulia.[fortunejournals.com]

  • Skin Atrophy

    Similar results may follow the peripheral neuropathy of chronic lead poisoning .[britannica.com] Seen in arsenic poisoning, heart failure, Hodgkin's disease, chemotherapy, carbon monoxide poisoning, and leprosy Transverse Linear Depressions (Beau's Lines) Transverse depressions[quizlet.com] In chronic arsenic poisoning, however, degenerative changes occur in peripheral nerves, resulting in weakness and atrophy in the tissues (usually legs or arms) to which the[britannica.com]

  • Congenital Clubbing

    Neuropathy Dyspepsia Early HIV Infection Early Pregnancy Ectopic Pregnancy Erythema Migrans Falls, Older Adults Floaters and Flashes Fluid Responsiveness in Unstable Patients[jamaevidence.mhmedical.com] Classically associated with arsenic poisoning, Mees’ lines are transverse white bands that frequently affect multiple nails, although they also may occur singly.[aafp.org] Congenital absence of peripheral myelin: abnormal Schwann cell development causes lethal arthrogryposis multiplex congenita.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Onycholysis

    Patients were excluded if they had Raynaud's phenomenon, distal metastases, ungual pathology, arteriopathy, cold intolerance, or peripheral neuropathy grade 2 or higher.[jco.ascopubs.org] Classically associated with arsenic poisoning, Mees’ lines are transverse white bands that frequently affect multiple nails, although they also may occur singly.[aafp.org] A transient problem causing growth disturbance may lead to the formation of transverse lines across the nail plate, as in Mees’, Muehrcke’s, and Beau’s lines ( Figure 2 ).[aafp.org]

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