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231 Possible Causes for Chronic Alcoholism, Livedo Reticularis

  • Cushing's Disease

    The reported sensitivity of this test is 98 percent; the reported specificity is 80 percent. 4 Obesity, chronic illness, chronic alcoholism and depression can cause false-positive[] The above two tests may be falsely positive in conditions causing pseudo-Cushing syndrome such as obesity, acute or chronic illness, alcoholism, depression, drugs and high[]

  • Relapsing Polychondritis

    chronic failure Last post 20 Nov 09, 12:19 Vokabelliste "quality management" 2 Replies chronic alcoholism Last post 29 Apr 10, 11:33 Special caution: in case of chronic alcoholism[] reticularis), especially in those cases associated with myelodysplasia.)[] reticularis , hives, and erythema multiforme . [6] Cardiovascular system: Relapsing polychrondritis may cause inflammation of the aorta .[]

  • Cold Agglutinin Disease

    He was also a chronic alcoholic & smoker. On examination the patient was disoriented and drowsy. He had pallor, icterus and hepatosplenomegaly.[] Leading symptoms were livedo reticularis of the thighs and a history of acrocyanosis and Raynaud's phenomenon upon cold exposure.[] Other symptoms are triggered by exposure to cold and consist of livedo reticularis and acrocyanosis (that does not go through the three phases of the Raynaud phenomenon) or[]

  • Escherichia Coli

    ., previous penetrating cranio-cerebral injury or neurosurgery, immunosuppression, chronic alcoholism, history of cancer, diabetes mellitus, advanced age).[] Thus, the presence of livedo reticularis must require urgent laboratory tests.[] However, E coli pneumonia may also be community-acquired in patients who have underlying disease such as diabetes mellitus, alcoholism, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease[]

  • Drug-induced Fever

    HYPERSENSITIVITY TO ACETAMINOPHEN OR PHENACETIN AND CHRONIC ALCOHOLISM. WHAT IS THE TREATMENT OF OVERDOSE?[] Minocycline induced arthritis associated with fever, livedo reticularis, and pANCA. Ann Rheum Dis. 1996;55:769-771. 28. Mohan AK, Edwards ET, Cote TR, et al.[] ), there is no evidence to suggest that chronic alcohol consumption is a risk factor for all-cause DILI.[]

  • Diabetic Gangrene

    alcohol misuse intravenous drug abuse (injecting drugs, such as heroin) malnutrition being over 60 (the older you are, the less efficient your immune system is) obesity kidney[] A patient may present with: Claudication (intermittent leg pain) Rest pain Shiny, thin, dry, pale, cool skin Brittle nails More advanced disease may be revealed by livedo[] alcohol misuse injecting drugs, such as heroin malnutrition – where a person’s diet does not contain sufficient nutrients to meet the demands of their body being over 60[]

  • Allergic Interstitial Nephritis

    Those that are reported most often involve patients who suffer from chronic alcoholism [ 5 ].[] Differential Acute tubular necrosis from NSAIDs no rash or eosinophils Renal atheroemboli also presents with eosinophiluria, eosinophilia, and skin rash rash is typically livedo[] Of the few cases reported, most patients, if not all, have also suffered from chronic alcoholism [ 5 ].[]

  • Infective Endocarditis

    His past medical history included gout and chronic alcohol use. P. mendocina was isolated from his blood cultures.[] , and patients with prosthetic heart valves) Classification Older classification was based on course of untreated disease: acute, subacute, chronic Newer classification system[] In considering therapeutic options, it is important to first exclude reversible causes, including thyroid disease , anemia , chronic tachycardia , alcohol abuse , hypertension[]

  • Nonallergic Interstitial Nephritis

    […] pancreatitis Chronic pancreatitis due to acute alcohol intoxication; Chronic pancreatitis due to chronic alcoholism ; Pancreatitis chronic , due to alcohol intoxication; Pancreatitis[] ., livedo reticularis uremic sy.Hollenhorst plaques in optic fundi Dg.retrospective Th: no therapy 14 Livedo reticularis 15 Blue toe syndrome 16 Hollenhorst plaques ( bright[] More extensive cholesterol microembolization to the extremities can result in the characteristic livedo reticularis appearance in the lower extremities.[]

  • Autosomal Recessive Non-Syndromic Hydrocephalus

    Pattern of malformations in offspring of chronic alcoholic mothers. Lancet 1973; 1: 1267-1271. 7. Chow CW, Anderson R McD, Kenny GCT.[] Overlap is recognized with the syndrome of cutis marmorata telangiectatica congenita (CMTC, OMIM 219250) (Halal and Silver 1989), a disorder manifesting with livedo reticularis[] The latter association, referred to as megalencephaly-cutis marmorata telangiectatica congenita (M-CMTC, OMIM 602501), is considered a distinct entity of central nervous system[]

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