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3,675 Possible Causes for Arthralgia, Asymptomatic Hyperammonemia (2- to 5-fold Increase), Impetigo

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  • Streptococcal Infection

    We report the case of an immunocompetent child who showed monoarticular arthritis and fever, preceded by pharyngitis and arthralgias.[] A deeply ulcerated form of streptococcal impetigo, ecthyma, may complicate streptococcal impetigo.[] The minor criteria include arthralgia, fever, elevated erythrocyte sedimentation rate, elevated C-reactive protein, or a prolonged PR interval [ 1 ].[]

    Missing: Asymptomatic Hyperammonemia (2- to 5-fold Increase)
  • Sweet Syndrome

    Her course of disease was complicated by arthralgias, episcleritis, headaches, and erythema nodosum-like subcutaneous involvement.[] […] plaques and blisters on the back and later also on the limbs, associated with high fever, without response to antibiotic treatment pres cribed due to suspicion of bullous impetigo[] It presents clinically with polymorphic skin lesions, fever, arthralgia, and peripheral leukocytosis. In general, it is associated with infections, malignancy and drugs.[]

    Missing: Asymptomatic Hyperammonemia (2- to 5-fold Increase)
  • Scarlet Fever

    Sometimes scarlet fever may occur with a streptococcal skin infection called impetigo, and not with a sore throat. [4] Impetigo causes redness, bumps, blisters or pus in the[] A skin infection caused by strep bacteria, like impetigo, can be passed through contact with the skin.[] If no sore throat is present, then the exam will focus on other possible sources of strep infection, such as impetigo.[]

    Missing: Asymptomatic Hyperammonemia (2- to 5-fold Increase)
  • Common Cold

    These medications effectively relieve pain from headache, myalgias, and arthralgias experienced during a cold; however, decreased sneezing is the only effect they have on[] But it’s also effective against bacteria and fungi and has been used effectively as a treatment for conjunctivitis and impetigo.[] Untreated group A streptococcal pharyngitis can result in the following: Acute rheumatic fever Acute glomerulonephritis Peritonsillar abscess Toxic shock syndrome Impetigo[]

    Missing: Asymptomatic Hyperammonemia (2- to 5-fold Increase)
  • Mycobacterium Marinum Skin Granuloma

    Caspian J Intern Med . 2011 Winter; 2(1): 198–200. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Abstract Background: Mycobacterium marinum infection has a worldwide distribution and the organism occupies many aquatic environments. Infections in human consist of nodular cutaneous lesions that can progress to[…][]

    Missing: Asymptomatic Hyperammonemia (2- to 5-fold Increase)
  • Insect Bite

    Symptomatic individuals typically present with fever, headache, weakness, myalgia, arthralgia, nausea, vomiting and a transient maculopapular rash.[] This is called impetigo. An inflammation and pus point may often affect hair follicles of the skin and lead to folliculitis.[] Complications of Insect Bites Impetigo. A local bacterial infection. Gives sores, soft scabs and pus. Caused by scratching or picking at the bites.[]

    Missing: Asymptomatic Hyperammonemia (2- to 5-fold Increase)
  • Smallpox

    Pregnancy Immunodeficiencies Extensive skin disease eg burns, impetigo, dermatitis Immunosuppressive drugs eg cancer treatment, organ transplants Inflammatory eye disease[] […] usually do not have a viral prodrome Disseminated herpes zoster Immunocompromised or elderly persons Rash looks like varicella, usually begins in dermatomal distribution Impetigo[] Differential diagnosis [ 1 ] Atypical chickenpox Disseminated herpes simplex Other causes of rash, eg measles virus, enterovirus, parvovirus B19, rubella Other infective causes, eg impetigo[]

    Missing: Asymptomatic Hyperammonemia (2- to 5-fold Increase)
  • Bacterial Infections

    Impetigo What is impetigo? Impetigo is a common bacterial skin infection caused by Group A Streptococcus (GAS) or "strep." What is Group A Streptococcus (GAS)?[] Impetigo usually starts with reddened skin, often becoming crusted over. Impetigo is most common in children ages 2 to 6, and is often seen on the face.[] Staphylococcus aureus Folliculitis Furunculosis (boils) and abscesses Impetigo (school sores) and ecthyma Methicillin (meticillin) resistant Staph. aureus Staphylococcal scalded[]

    Missing: Asymptomatic Hyperammonemia (2- to 5-fold Increase)
  • Food Poisoning

    In the acute form, symptoms of hypersensitivity pneumonitis mimic influenza (fever, myalgias, arthralgias, dyspnea, and cough, occasionally with cyanosis); these symptoms[] If you have a skin infection like impetigo ( Staphylococcus bacteria), don't prepare food for others while spots or sores are visible.[]

    Missing: Asymptomatic Hyperammonemia (2- to 5-fold Increase)
  • Staphylococcal Pneumonia

    Arthralgia and myalgia are often reported. Severe complications include pancreatitis, peritonitis, pericarditis, myocarditis, endocarditis and glomerulonephritis.[] Nine cases (37.5%) presented an associated focus of extrapulmonary infection caused by impetigo (in 3), abscess (in 3), septic abortion (in 2) and cellulitis (in 1).[] Mycoplasma pneumoniae should be suspected in school age children especially if the onset of symptoms is insidious and/or the child has wheeze, headache or arthralgia.[]

    Missing: Asymptomatic Hyperammonemia (2- to 5-fold Increase)

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