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33 Possible Causes for Basophilia, Localized Edema, Lymphadenopathy

  • Subcutaneous Abscess

    […] swelling and a positive indication is obtained by needle puncture. subcutaneous edema accumulation of edema in subcutaneous tissues, usually of the dependent parts.[] […] blood pressure (131 84 mmHg), pulse was 98, respiration rate was 19 irpm and 36.3 , Glasgow Coma Scale 15, jaundice 2 /4 , afebrile and acyanotic and absence of cervical lymphadenopathy[] Local cellulitis, lymphangitis, regional lymphadenopathy, fever, and leukocytosis are variable accompanying features.[]

  • Herpes Zoster

    Chronic inflammation can lead to endothelial cell injury, resulting in corneal edema.[] […] forehead and upper eyelid, progressing to crusting after 2-3 weeks; resolution often involves scarring periorbital oedema (may close the eyelids and spread to opposite side) lymphadenopathy[] Bowers and Ling Zhang, Reactive Lymphadenopathy with Diffuse Paracortical Pattern—Infectious Etiology, Non‐Neoplastic Hematopathology and Infections, (323-346), (2012).[]

  • Leukoerythroblastic Anemia

    Cancer Cancer is a localized growth caused by uncontrolled cell reproduction which can spread, if untreated, to other parts of the body.[] There was no jaundice, lymphadenopathy or hepatomegaly.[] Blood CML PV Cellular Phase PMF ET RBC Normal or Normal, or , may be hypochromatic or polychromatic , teardrop cells Normal or (iron deficient anemia) WBC , left shifted, basophilia[]

  • Carcinoma of the Prostate

    […] the following: Weight loss and loss of appetite Bone pain, with or without pathologic fracture Neurologic deficits from spinal cord compression Lower extremity pain and edema[] We describe a case of 64-year old man who clinically presented with inguinal lymphadenopathy.[] […] can have sharp corners or points. 10 Pattern 3 adenocarcinoma glands are generally darker than well-differentiated patterns 1 and 2, which is due in part to cytoplasmic basophilia[]

  • Nephrotic Syndrome

    Edema. Localized swelling in the body, commonly on the face.[] We herein describe a case of nephrotic syndrome with thrombocytopenia, lymphadenopathy, systemic inflammation, splenomegaly, kidney enlargement, and progressive renal insufficiency[] […] proteinuria ( 3g/day), edema, hypoalbuminemia, hyperlipidemia, and lipiduria (can be localized kidney process or as part of a systemic disease) vs. nephritic syndrome: hematuria[]

  • Bancroftian Filariasis

    The primary chronic manifestation of BF is lymphedema, which refers to a localized limb swelling arising due to chronic inflammation of the lymphatic vessels.[] Stained peripheral smears showed normocytic normochromic red blood cells, with marked leukocytosis and shifted to left upto myeloblast with basophilia.[] Lymphadenopathy caused by other infections and neoplasms must be considered.[]

  • B-Cell Prolymphocytic Leukemia

    So he was sent to the local community hospital emergency department.[] Patients are older, typically having marked lymphocytosis and splenomegaly in the absence of lymphadenopathy.[] He did not exhibit splenomegaly or lymphadenopathy.[]

  • Prolymphocytic Leukemia

    Periorbital or conjunctival edema is another important feature of prolymphocytic leukemia and is more commonly seen in T-cell PLL.[] The disease is characterized by lymphadenopathy, splenomegaly, skin lesions, a high white blood cell count, and an aggressive clinical course.[] […] difficulty is with SMZL and HCL-V where the similar clinical presentation (older age, splenomegaly, and lymphocytosis), the overlap in morphologic features (cytoplasmic basophilia[]

  • Mastocytosis

    Their Clinically Significant Activity Mast cell product Clinically significant activity Preformed secretory granule-associated mediators Histamine Vasodilatation, erythema, edema[] Non-indolent disease was more likely to present with hepatomegaly (p 0.0004), splenomegaly (p 0.0097), and lymphadenopathy (p 0.0079).[] In some patients, eosinophilia, leukocytosis, basophilia, thrombocytosis, and monocytosis can be observed.[]

  • Smallpox

    edema, often enlarging the upper arm's circumference and causing discomfort and pain; and intense inflammation surrounding the papule (viral cellulitis).[] Lymphadenopathy Lymphadenopathy was not mentioned in one trial ( Frey 2002b ), but volunteers in all other trials showed signs of lymphadenopathy, with percentages ranging[] This resulted in necrosis and edema with splitting of the dermis.[]

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