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58 Possible Causes for Cellulitis of the Face, Enlargement of the Spleen

  • Portal Hypertension

    Splenomegaly (enlargement of the spleen) with consequent sequestration therein of red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets, together leading to mild pancytopenia.[] These include: Enlarged liver and spleen Enlarged veins (varices) of the esophagus and stomach. These can cause abnormal bleeding, such as vomiting blood.[] Other symptoms associated with portal hypertension include enlarged veins, enlargement of the spleen , as well as anemia and vomiting blood.[]

  • Portal Vein Thrombosis

    […] to get enlarged.[] This increased pressure (called portal hypertension ) causes the spleen to enlarge (splenomegaly).[] The spleen was markedly enlarged, with parenchymal foci representing Gamna-Gandy bodies. The patient underwent splenectomy.[]

  • Sinusitis

    Facial cellulitis, periorbital cellulitis, orbital abscess, and blindness can develop.[] In ALPS, unusually high numbers of white blood cells called lymphocytes accumulate in the lymph nodes, liver, and spleen and can lead to enlargement of these organs.[] Pearls and Other Issues Sinusitis may extend to the bones and soft tissues of the face and orbits.[]

  • Furunculosis

    […] other sites L02.821 Furuncle of head [any part, except face] L02.828 Furuncle of other sites L02.83 Carbuncle of other sites L02.831 Carbuncle of head [any part, except face[] There is the presence of a soft liquefied kidney, enlarged spleen and pale liver with subcapsular haemorrhage.[] spleen and focal necrosis of the liver stomach filled with mucus, blood and sloughed epithelial cells congested intestine death without any clinical signs other than darkening[]

  • Subcutaneous Abscess

    AND ABSCESS OF TOE 681.11 ONYCHIA AND PARONYCHIA OF TOE 682.0 CELLULITIS AND ABSCESS OF FACE 682.1 CELLULITIS AND ABSCESS OF NECK 682.2 CELLULITIS AND ABSCESS OF TRUNK 682.3[] An echocardiography showed no pathological alterations and the abdominal ultrasound revealed homogeneous hepatomegaly and splenomegaly. An ocular fundoscopy was normal.[] […] other sites L02.821 Furuncle of head [any part, except face] L02.828 Furuncle of other sites L02.83 Carbuncle of other sites L02.831 Carbuncle of head [any part, except face[]

  • Staphylococcus Aureus

    MARAZZI/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY This could an infection called cellulitis Sores, crusts or blisters Credit: BIOPHOTO ASSOCIATES/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY This could be impetigo,[] […] do not develop a disease resembling TSS even after high-dose injections (4 mg/mouse) or continuous infusions (500 μg/mouse) of TSST-1, although they may develop massive splenomegaly[] Expansion of “minor criteria” to include elevated erythrocyte sedimentation rate or C-reactive protein, the presence of newly diagnosed clubbing, splenomegaly, and microscopic[]

  • Umbilical Cellulitis

    Cellulitis on face in a patient with congenital afibrinogenemia.[] Watch for development of splenomegaly Abscesses Spontaneous bowel evisceration- rare and can result from fascia breakdown. References Cushing, Alice.[] 巨大結腸】*megacolon/*megalocolon 【巨大細胞性封入体症】*cytomegalic inclusion disease 【巨大歯】*macrodontia *giant tooth 【巨大膀胱】*megabladder *megacystis/*megalocystis 【巨乳症】*gigantomastia 【巨脾症】*splenomegaly[]

  • Periorbital Cellulitis

    Codes ICD10CM: L03.211 – Cellulitis of face SNOMEDCT: 314516007 – Preseptal cellulitis Look For Subscription Required Diagnostic Pearls Subscription Required Differential[] These include an evanescent erythematous rash; hepatomegaly or splenomegaly; serositis (eg pericarditis) and lymphadenopathy.[] It can involve any part of the body but is more common on the lower legs, face and arms. What causes cellulitis?[]

  • Lemierre Syndrome

    We report the case of a 22-year-old woman hospitalized initially for cellulitis of the face.[] Liver enlargement and spleen enlargement can be found, but are not always associated with liver or spleen abscesses.Other signs and symptoms that may occur: Headache (unrelated[] Facing the Danger Zone: The Use of Ultrasound to Distinguish Cellulitis from Abscess in Facial Infections Case Rep Emerg Med [online] 2014:935283 [viewed 25 December 2014][]

  • Angioimmunoblastic Lymphadenopathy

    This report is the first to describe a case of eosinophilic cellulitis in association with angioimmunoblastic lymphadenopathy (AILD).[] A woman 68 years of age had fever, malaise, diffuse lymphadenopathy, splenomegaly followed by abdominal pain, and diarrhea.[] A 13-year-old girl presented with doughy swelling of both hands, a pruritic maculopapular rash, fever, malaise, lymphadenopathy and splenomegaly.[]

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