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8,118 Possible Causes for Bullous Rash, Conjunctivitis, Limbitis

  • Stevens-Johnson Syndrome

    The rash rapidly progresses to become vesicular and bullous on the face and body.[] , foreshortening of fornices, symblepharon, ankyloblepharon Cornea: Superficial punctate keratitis, epithelial defect, stromal ulcer, neovascularization, keratinization, limbitis[] A 64-year-old man presented with bilateral pseudomembranous conjunctivitis and conjunctival denudation (sloughing) in the setting of a maculopapular rash, fever, liver dysfunction[]

  • Sweet Syndrome

    It is commonly associated with conjunctivitis, but a variety of types of ocular inflammation have been reported.[] Additional symptoms may include headache, arthralgia, conjunctivitis, and episcleritis.[] Systemic features include fever ( 38 C in 80% of patients), malaise, conjunctivitis, episcleritis, iridocyclitis, oral ulcers, proteinuria , arthralgias, myalgias, and arthritis[]

    Missing: Limbitis
  • Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis

    The rash rapidly progresses to become vesicular and bullous on the face and body.[] This was initially diagnosed as conjunctivitis, however systemic review revealed an erythematous facial and skin rash, mildly swollen lips and mild swallowing difficulties[] 21st day after administration of the first cycle of AP regimen and the 8th day after the initiation of gefitinib treatment, she developed an acne-like rash, oral ulcer, and conjunctivitis[]

    Missing: Limbitis
  • Blepharitis

    Corneal findings can include punctate epithelial erosions, marginal infiltrates, marginal ulcers, limbal inflammation and thickening (limbitis), peripheral corneal ectasia[] It may be associated with several systemic diseases, particularly rosacea and seborrheic dermatitis, and is related to other ocular conditions like dry eye, chalazion, conjunctivitis[] . – Limbitis (limbal inflammation and thickening). – Peripheral corneal ectasia. – Pannus. – Phlyctenule formation.[]

    Missing: Bullous Rash
  • Skin Infection

    […] eruptions , urticarial rashes, erythema multiforme , mucositis and rarely, SJS/TEN Pseudomonas aeruginosa causes wound infections, athlete's foot , gram negative folliculitis[] OPHTHALMIC HOSPITAL/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY A red, swollen eyelid could be a stye Credit: WESTERN OPHTHALMIC HOSPITAL/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY If your eye is affected, it could be conjunctivitis[] […] eruptions, urticarial rashes, erythema multiforme, mucositis and rarely, SJS/TEN Pseudomonas aeruginosa causes wound infections, athlete's foot, gram-negative folliculitis[]

    Missing: Limbitis
  • Keratitis

    For a total of 120 eyes, normal cornea was noted in 53 (44.2%) eyes, superficial punctate keratitis or limbitis was noted in 17 (14.2%), while corneal stromal infiltration[] Adenoviral conjunctivitis may lead to subepithelial corneal infiltrates as a late complication.[] Abstract Reiter's syndrome is commonly associated with conjunctivitis and rarely with uveitis.[]

    Missing: Bullous Rash
  • Erythema Multiforme

    Acquired rashes in the older child. In: Kleigman RM, Lye PS, Bordini BJ, Toth H, Basel D, eds. Nelson Pediatric Symptom-Based Diagnosis.[] Abstract A 49-year old woman was hospitalized for generalized rash and pruritus following the administration of ophthalmic drops containing ciprofloxacin to treat conjunctivitis[] Learn about this topic in these articles: association with conjunctivitis In conjunctivitis …culminate in blindness occasionally accompanies erythema multiforme, an eruption[]

    Missing: Limbitis
  • Brandt Syndrome

    Involvement of mucosal surfaces may manifest in the form of blepharitis, conjunctivitis and inflamed gums and stomatitis.[] Paronychia, conjunctivitis, blepharitis and erythematous oral mucous membranes are also sometimes observed.[]

    Missing: Limbitis
  • Vasculitis

    A 10-months-old boy without medical history presented after 2days of fever and cutaneous rash, conjunctivitis on day 5, a right hemiparesis on day 6.[] […] small blood vessels within the eyes, leading to retinal problems, thinning of the sclera (the white part of the eyes), inflammation within the eye's different chambers, and conjunctivitis[] In the “EULAR recommendations for management of primary small and medium vessel vasculitis” the first recommendation is to manage this condition in conjunction with centres[]

    Missing: Limbitis
  • Impetigo

    A 32-year-old patient had a recurrent painful red left eye and facial rash. Clinical examination revealed left bacterial conjunctivitis and facial bullous impetigo.[] Complications Fever and lymphadenopathy sometimes occur, more often with the bullous type. Scarlet fever – occurrence of a pink rash over the body.[] The two types of impetigo are nonbullous and bullous impetigo.[]

    Missing: Limbitis

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