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215 Possible Causes for Cataract, Exanthema, Skin Plaque

  • Psoriasis

    Long-term complications include increased risks of sensitivity to the sun, sunburn, skin cancer, and cataracts.[] Viral exanthema should also be considered. Especially in patients with palmar and plantar lesions, serologic analysis should be performed to exclude secondary syphilis.[] The most common symptoms are dry, raised, red patches of skin (plaques) covered with silvery scales.[]

  • Pityriasis Circinata

    Symptoms INHERITANCE: Autosomal dominant HEAD AND NECK: [Eyes]; Cataracts (anterior- subcapsular); Conjunctivitis (recurrent); Orbital darkening; Keratoconus; [Nose]; Allergic[] Pityriasis Rosea (PR) History:(i) Close contacts with similar eruptions: Mostly uncommon because most cases of PR are sporadic(ii) Medication intake: Could cause a similar exanthema[] This causes plaques or thick red skin to appear on the top of the skin. These plaques commonly appear on the outside of the elbows, knees, or scalp.[]

  • Syphilis

    Untreated babies can have health problems such as cataracts, deafness, or seizures, and can die. Secondary rash from syphilis on palms of hands.[] Viral exanthema.[] ., vulva, scrotum, medial thighs, finger webs, other skin folds) may coalesce into broad, erythematous plaques called condyloma lata.[]

  • Skin Cancer

    Eye damage Sun exposure can cause burns to the eye similar to sunburn of the skin which may lead to: cataracts (clouding of the lens) pterygium (tissue covering the cornea[] Signs SCC can present itself in many different ways such as scaly plaques, open sores that may crust or bleed, or even as red patches of skin resembling eczema.[] Jerre Freeman, MD Founder and Chairman, Memphis Eye and Cataract Associates; Clinical Professor, Department of Ophthalmology, University of Tennessee Health Science Center[]

  • Cryopyrin-Associated Periodic Syndrome

    Less common features included ophthalmological involvement (conjunctivitis and/or uveitis, or less commonly optic nerve atrophy, cataract, glaucoma or impaired vision; 71%[] Skin biopsy revealed a sparse infiltrate throughout the entire dermis, including the eccrine adventitia.[] […] glaucoma 17 R26G Peters’ anomaly 15 Tested in P19 cells, 27 NIH 3T3 and HLE B3 lens cells 32 33 A33P Congenital cataracts, partial aniridia 18 S43P Aniridia, nystagmus, cataracts[]

  • Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

    The most frequent forms of damage were cataracts (11.9%), and avascular necrosis (unilateral and bilateral combined 10.2%).[] A 42-year-old woman was admitted to our hospital with complaints of exanthema, arthralgia, shortness of breath, and hemoptysis.[] Other skin problems that occur include large red, circular rashes (plaques), which may scar (called discoid lupus). Skin rashes are usually aggravated by sunlight.[]

  • Pemphigus

    […] mellitus (adjusted odds ratio [95% confidence interval]: 5.68 [2.93-11.02]), hypertension (2.15 [1.25-3.71]), osteopenia (10.07 [3.72-27.25]), osteoporosis (4.19 [1.50-11.73]), cataracts[] Nikolsky's sign can appear on perilesional skin or, in some cases, even on healthy skin.[] Moreover, post-cataract laser surgery, burns, radiation therapy, and physiotherapy were also shown to induce pemphigus.[]

  • Erythropoietic Porphyria

    Examination revealed cataract and high intra-ocular pressure in left eye and symmetrical areas of scleral thinning in both eyes.[] Scarring of light exposed facial skin areas. Incomplete lid closure. Nasal prosthesis. Figure 2 Patient 1.[] Ocular examination revealed proptosis, tense eyelid, nonreactive pupil, cataract, and a lack of light perception in his left eye.[]

  • Secondary Syphilis

    Untreated babies can have health problems such as cataracts, deafness, or seizures, and can die. Secondary rash from syphilis on palms of hands.[] An adverse reaction was seen in 1 patient of the clemizol-penicillin G group (allergic penicillin exanthema). There were no adverse reactions to ceftriaxone.[] […] characteristic of syphilis in lighter-skinned patients Primary Lesions Macule / erythematous Plaque / erythematous Plaque / erythemato-squamous Macule Plaque Pathophysiology[]

  • Sweet Syndrome

    Bone: osteoporosis, osteonecrosis, hypocalcemia Gastrointestinal: peptic ulcer disease, bowel perforation, fatty liver changes, esophageal reflux, nausea, vomiting Ocular: cataracts[] Sweet syndrome is a rare disorder that is manifested by constellation of clinical features, including fever, neutrophilic leucocytosis, raised painful plaques on skin and[] Sweet's syndrome is a very rare dermatosis in pediatrics, of unknown pathogenesis, clinically characterized by fever, neutrophilia, raised and painful plaques on the skin[]

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