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1,988 Possible Causes for Burning Pain, Jaundice

  • Erythropoietic Protoporphyria

    Older children complain of burning pain . Repeated exposure to the sun causes skin thickening on the knuckles and scars on the nose, cheeks, and back of the hands.[] A 21-year-old Japanese man was admitted to our hospital because of severe abdominal pain and jaundice.[] Patients experience severe, burning pain--typically on the hands and face--with sun exposure, followed by swelling and redness.[]

  • Borderline Leprosy

    These lesions typically do not present with other symptoms, such as burning or pain. There may be some hair loss in the affected area.[] […] year-old man with borderline-lepromatous leprosy with a recent diffuse rash, sparing only the hypochromic patches of leprosy , generalized lymphadenopathy, hepatomegaly, and jaundice[] Loss of pain sensation. Numbness, burning and tingling sensation of the affected parts of the feet, hands, legs and the back . Trophic ulcers of the feet .[]

  • Probenecid

    Gout is a form of arthritis that causes attacks of sudden burning pain, stiffness, and swelling in a joint (usually a toe).[] A single case report of a severe hypersensitivity reaction from probenecid and rechallenge with severe recurrence of jaundice was reported over 50 years ago.[] PubMed Citation (57 year old man developed fever, rash, eosinophilia and jaundice 2 days after starting probenecid, with slow recovery upon withdrawal and recurrence of fever[]

  • Clostridium Perfringens

    Mouth and throat pain with some blood in the saliva and sputum may be possible. Skin effects: Burning pain, redness, itching, rash or blisters.[] A 67-years-old male presented with periumbilical abdominal pain, fever and jaundice. His anaerobic blood culture was positive for clostridium perfringens.[] During his ED workup, the patient became more pale and jaundiced and began to produce bright red urine.[]

  • Sunburn

    A sunburn might be a first-degree burn, which causes redness, mild swelling, and pain. A second-degree burn is more serious.[] A newborn infant with sunburn from the treatment of neonatal jaundice is described.[] Synchronizing your circadian rhythm Protecting against melanoma and UV damage Suppressing symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS) Relieving pain from fibromyalgia Treating neonatal jaundice[]

  • Acute Glomerulonephritis

    pain of the left big toe.[] An eight-year-old boy presenting with features of acute glomerulonephritis (AGN), developed jaundice. He was positive for hepatitis A immunoglobulin M.[] In addition, there were no signs of acute flare of chronic hepatitis B, such as jaundice, increased bilirubin, continual and gradual elevation of liver enzyme activity, or[]

  • Mexiletine

    Primary erythromelalgia is characterized by burning pain, redness, and warmth in the extremities.[] Amitriptyline was resumed at a higher dose without recurrence of jaundice or rash.[] A 7-year-old girl, with a two-year history of symmetric burning pain and erythema in her hands and feet, was diagnosed with erythromelalgia.[]

  • Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy

    Now she describes a burning pain in her epigastrium and mid to upper back, starting about 30 minutes after a meal and lasting up to 4 hours.[] He presented with abdominal pain and jaundice.[] The patient presented with recurrent abdominal pain and intermittent jaundice for 6 mo.[]

  • Tinea Corporis

    After clinical evaluation of redness, scaling, pruritus and burning/pain sensation and mycological assessment, honey mixture containing honey, olive oil and beeswax (1:1:1[] Blue light (450–475 nm) phototherapy had been commenced on Day 1 for jaundice.[] Clinical (pruritus, erythema, scaling, burning/pain, vesiculation) and mycologic (culture and microscopy) assessments were performed before treatment, at weekly intervals[]

  • Interstitial Nephritis

    Further, she complained about a burning pain in her left eye. Renal biopsy revealed acute TIN. Other conditions were excluded and TINU was diagnosed.[] ., open heart surgery, repair of abdominal aortic aneurysm) Obstetric (birth-related) complications Obstructive jaundice (yellow-tinged skin caused by blocked flow of bile[] […] cannot be ruled out for lumiracoxib: nephrotoxicity including interstitial nephritis and nephrotic syndrome and renal failure; hepatotoxicity including hepatic failure and jaundice[]

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