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17 Possible Causes for Atrophic Nails, Hypermobile Joints

  • Rothmund Thomson Syndrome

    , hyperpigmented, telangiectatic cutaneous plaques and often accompanied by juvenile cataracts; saddle nose; congenital bone defects; disturbances in the growth of hair, nails[] Acral hypermobile joints. About 40% of adult patients show delayed puberty or hypogonadism.[] […] dermatosis, poikiloderma, hyperpigmentation, teleangiectasia - sparse hair which may progress to partial or total alopecia; dystrophic nails - photosensitivity - congenital[]

  • Stiff Skin Syndrome

    Nails may be atrophic or thickened. WRINKLY SKIN SYNDROME The manifestation of this rare familial syndrome appears at birth.[] The benign hypermobile joint syndrome. Arthritis Rheumatism 1980;23(9):1053-56. 15. Grahame R, Bird HA, Child A.[] My joints are quite mobile—hypermobile—but my muscles are tight, with chronic knots.[]

  • Lytic Bone Lesion

    Other clinical features are sclerodactyly and nail abnormalities (hypoplasia, fissuring, ridging, koilonychia).[] Many hypermobile people in the performing world ballet dancers, circus gymnasts, musicians and sportsmen and women-have delighted audiences over 20 centuries with their unusual[] PPK with sclerodactyly is also associated marked atrophy and aggressive squamous cell carcinoma in areas of atrophic skin.[]

  • Micrognathism

    The nails may be dystrophic or thick, but are usually normal. 4-6 In the skin histopathology, there is atrophy of the dermis and subcutaneum.[] joints.[] The registered mark of the condition is fine (atrophic) and wrinkled skin, with hyperchromia, telangiectasias and veins prominent on the upper trunk, and dorsal aspect of[]

  • Linear Atrophoderma of Moulin

    In our 18-year-old male patient, there were atrophic plaques unilaterally located on the trunk and arm, and white discoloration on all finger nails.[] joints/dislocations 5% with MVP and aortic root dilation Soft (velvety and smooth), hyperextensible skin, poor wound healing, easy bruising Ehlers-Danlos: hypermobility type[] […] helicase Onset in second decade of life Sclerodermoid changes Face: thin, pinched beaked nose and micrognatia Atrophy, mottle pigmentation Dystrophic, hypoplastic or absent nails[]

  • Telangiectasia Macularis Eruptiva Perstans

    Our patient also had nail, oral, and mucosal pigmentation that have not been described.[] joints and skin hyperextensibility ie it is easy to pull the skin away from the underlying structures.[] […] amyloidosis in a 17-year-old boy with unusual pigmentation of various patterns (reticulate and diffuse pigmentation with mottling and rippling at places) and hypopigmented atrophic[]

  • Acheiria, unilateral

    There were no noticeable changes in her nails. Her neurological examination was unremarkable; she had normal power, tone, and reflexes.[] The joint ligaments are flaccid and as a result (passively) hypermobile. The elbow is always absent. The fingers may also be absent.[] She had hypopigmentation over her lower limbs with atrophic scar ( Figure 1 ) and had missing teeth, conoid teeth ( Figure 1 ), and wooly hair.[]

  • Microdontia

    […] laxity Gingival bleeding Skin vesicle Long nose Atrophic scars Agenesis of permanent teeth Hypermelanotic macule Urticaria Dermal atrophy Vasculitis Poor wound healing Hoarse[] EHLERS-DANLOS SYNDROME, HYPERMOBILITY TYPE Is also known as benign joint hypermobility syndrome ehlers-danlos syndrome, hypermobile type ht-eds ehlers-danlos syndrome, type[] Accelerated bone age after puberty Spastic ataxia Coxa magna Abnormally low-pitched voice Cone-shaped epiphyses of the middle phalanges of the hand Pear-shaped nose Thin nail[]

  • Elastosis perforans serpiginosa

    ) Increased (Hypertrophic) Annular (C-shaped) Hair (Planopilaris) Eruptive Nails (Twenty nail dystrophy) Pemphigoides (Bullous LP) Linear Actinicus Nitidus Ulcerative Sig[] The Ehlers-Danlos syndromes (EDSs) A heterogeneous group of disorders characterized by hypermobile joints,hyperextensible skin, and fragile tissues that are extremely susceptible[] ) Lymphadenopathy (cervical) Fever Conjunctivitis Oral/lip lesions Palm and sole erythema, edema, and desquamation Lichen Planus, Clinical Variants LICHEN PLANUS Little (Atrophic[]

  • Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Type 7

    Nails were normal and varicose veins were found in the ankles. Mosaic-like atrophic scars were observed on his forearms ( Figure 2 ).[] Many EDS patients have scores of 8 or 9, although many have lower scores, and a minority do not have hypermobile joints.[] Ehlers-Danlos syndrome type III (EDS) is a collection of different disorders characterized by hypermobile joints and multiple unexplained symptoms, such as headache and body[]

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