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81 Possible Causes for Cataract, Perforated Nasal Septum, Skin Plaque

  • Syphilis

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

  • Sarcoidosis

    They can be severe, such as the development of osteoporosis, cataracts, diabetes or high blood pressure and complications related to those," Crouser said.[] […] infiltrated nodules and plaque -like lesions on nose, cheeks, ears, fingers and toes (not chilblains ) skin plaques : purple-red or brown, thickened, circular skin lesions[] Other potential complications may include: lung infection cataracts, which is characterized by a clouding of the lens of your eye glaucoma, which is a group of eye diseases[]

  • Relapsing Polychondritis

    […] of the nasal septum at the onset, Modern Rheumatology, 17, 2, (148), (2007).[] […] extraocular muscles palsy, episcleritis, scleritis, conjunctivitis, corneal infiltrate, peripheral ulcerative keratitis, corneal thinning or perforation, iridocyclitis, cataract[] A 47-year-old woman presented with violaceous, indurated, tender plaques on the bilateral cartilaginous ears with sparing of the lobes, consistent with RP.[]

  • Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

    The most frequent forms of damage were cataracts (11.9%), and avascular necrosis (unilateral and bilateral combined 10.2%).[] Other skin problems that occur include large red, circular rashes (plaques), which may scar (called discoid lupus). Skin rashes are usually aggravated by sunlight.[] Skin lesions begin as erythematous plaques and progress to atrophic scars. They cluster in light-exposed areas of the skin, such as the face, scalp, and ears.[]

  • Cutaneous Sarcoidosis

    […] ulceration, obstruction, and perforation of nasal septum  Rarely involve dorsal hands, finger and toes, and lytic and cystic lesions in underlying bones  Commonly coexists[] Other potential complications may include: lung infection cataracts, which is characterized by a clouding of the lens of your eye glaucoma, which is a group of eye diseases[] Skin plaques and lupus pernio are associated with chronic sarcoidosis.[]

  • Perforated Nasal Septum

    A perforated nasal septum is a condition caused by a number of iatrogenic, traumatic, infectious events.[] Explorations were conducted to detect the corticotherapy complications: ophthalmologic consultation which excluded the cataract, the glycemia level which excluded the presence[] […] changes from small nodules to large plaques). 8 Figure 2 Granular mucosa with tiny yellow submucosal nodules in the left nasal airway.[]

  • Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis

    Long-term use is associated with serious side effects, such as osteoporosis , glaucoma , cataracts , mental changes, abnormal blood glucose levels, or arrested bone growth[] Cutaneous involvement can lead to palpable purpura or skin ulcers. [1] Necrotic, purpuric, and blistering plaque on the wrist in a patient with granulomatosis with polyangiitis[] Normal OD, dilated episcleral veins inferiorly OS Cornea : Clear OU Anterior chamber : Deep and quiet OU Iris : Normal architecture OU Lens: Trace nuclear sclerosis, cortical cataracts[]

  • Lupus Vulgaris

    Ownership interest investor J James Rowsey, MD Former Director of Corneal Services, St Luke's Cataract and Laser Institute J James Rowsey, MD is a member of the following[] Lupus vulgaris leading to perforation of nasal septum in a child. Indian Dermatol Online J 2015;6:196-7. [ PUBMED ] [Full text] 3. Pilani A, Vora RV.[] Histopathological examination of skin plaque showed typical tuberculoid granulomas in the dermis.[]

  • Late Congenital Syphilis

    […] suckling difficulties ulceration & perforation of nasal septum saddle nose 12. • Throat lesions :pharigitis & obstruction of larynx occurs characteristic hoarse cry (syphilitic[] ) Cataracts Heart defects (e.g., PDA, pulmonary artery stenosis) CNS abnormalities Hepatitis Viral culture Serology ( IgM antibodies ) PCR for rubella RNA Supportive care[] Gummata Inflammatory fibrous nodules or plaques, which may be locally destructive. Can occur in any organ but most commonly affect bone and skin.[]

  • Cocaine Abuse

    Cataracts of the crystalline lens of the eye occur with increased frequency in smokers.[] Chronic high-dose dependency - can result in a perforated nasal septum, severe psychiatric and medical complications and fatalities.[] The symptoms were a diagnostic challenge, until skin biopsy showed immunoglobulin deposits in small vessels and kidney biopsy focal and segmental pauci-immune, crescentic[]

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