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11 Possible Causes for Chronic Urticaria, Fever, Loose Tooth

  • Periapical Abscess

    Fillings, with or without RCT, extraction Tooth luxation Loose tooth Clinical examination and radiography Aspiration, pulpitis, and sequelae Splinting, with or without RCT[aafp.org] Perform blood culture in severe cases with signs of systemic infection - both aerobic and anaerobic cultures should be obtained if the patient reports fever.[symptoma.com] […] or gum pain that's worse when lying down, which may disturb your sleep redness and swelling in your face a tender, discoloured and/or loose tooth shiny, red and swollen gums[nhs.uk]

  • Sjogren's Syndrome

    […] teeth Mouth sores Periodontal disease Pyorrhea Receding gums Red gums Swollen gums Thrush Tooth abscess Trench mouth Osteoporosis Cardiovascular disease Cancer Preeclampsia[oramd.com] The patient was admitted due to dyspnea, fever, polyarthralgia, and generalized edema.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] The rash is chronic, with exacerbations usually associated with sweating, alternating with long symptom-free periods.[doi.org]

  • Periodontitis

    That will proceed until you will loose the tooth or the disease will be treated in the right way.[leipziger14.de] His fever settled and his skin lesions improved with antibiotics, topical steroids and keratolytics.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] urticaria (CSU).[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Cutis Laxa

    […] of the spine, flat feet, and excessive tooth decay.[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com] Rarely, infants can develop cutis laxa after an illness that causes fever or after having an allergic reaction to penicillin.[merckmanuals.com] Acquired cutis laxa associated with chronic urticaria. J Am Acad Dermatol 1995; 33 (5): 896-9.[pubs.sciepub.com]

  • Cutis Laxa, Autosomal Recessive

    […] of the spine, flat feet, and excessive tooth decay .[dxline.info] In children or adolescents, cutis laxa usually develops after a severe illness involving fever, polyserositis, or erythema multiforme.[merckmanuals.com] In hyperthyroid individuals, the skin often presents with some of the following symptoms: softness, perspiration, heat, itching, generalized pruritus, chronic urticaria, vitiligo[karger.com]

  • Cheilitis

    […] causes pain abscess and swelling Lasers in cosmetic dentistry and dental implants Loose teeth that move or are mobile when chewing Loose teeth usually indicate gum disease[nycdentist.com] Severe zinc deficiency Lithium Chemotherapeutic agents (busulfan and actinomycin) D-penicillamine Isoniazid Phenothiazine Other possible causes of chapped lips include high fevers[askdrshah.com] However, it is an intermittent condition, not a chronic one.[medicinetoday.com.au]

  • Growth Retardation

    Mothers knew this for a long time saying “every child costs a tooth”, because the child asks for so big amounts of calcium from the mother that her teeth become loose.[notube.com] - November 1, 2014 When Should You Call The Doctor If Your Baby Has Cold, Cough Or Fever? - October 31, 2014[momjunction.com] , 40% of children with growth retardation, and 28% of patients without any chronic disease but with acute gastrointestinal complaints were determined as positive.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Facial Granuloma

    Aggressive types of tumours are usually expansive and rapidly grow, causing pain, bleeding, and displaced and loose teeth.[healthdirect.gov.au] Chlamydiae 120 Granuloma Inguinale 129 Leprosy 146 Rhinoscleroma 154 144 162 Brucellosis 190 Diseases Caused by Protozoa 203 Diseases Caused by Protozoa 204 Zoonoses 211 RatBite Fever[books.google.com] Urticaria, HE 60x (10731) Chronic urticaria: Urticaria chronic, HE 20x (4627) Chronic urticaria: Urticaria chronic, HE 20x (4628) 5.6.5 Pruritic urticarial papules and plaques[atlases.muni.cz]

  • Anonychia Congenita Totalis

    […] disease type 4C) SHH (Coloboma, ocular) SHOC2 (Noonan-like syndrome with loose anagen hair) SHOX (Langer mesomelic dysplasia) SHOXY (Langer mesomelic dysplasia) SHROOM4 ([en.praenatal-medizin.de] […] virus disease A93.1 Sandfly fever A93.2 Colorado tick fever A93.8 Other specified arthropod-borne viral fevers A94 Unspecified arthropod-borne viral fever A95 Yellow fever[eicd10.com] Research Projects: Autologous serum skin testing in chronic idiopathic urticaria: A study in 150 rural patients.[bangaloreskincare.com]

  • Acquired Cutis Laxa

    […] of the spine, flat feet, and excessive tooth decay.[dxline.info] Typical features include spiky fever, sudden eruption of raised painful erythematous to plum-colored nodules and plaques, neutrophilic leucocytosis, a dermal neutrophili infiltrate[e-ijd.org] urticaria. ( 20849517 ) 2011 29 Ultrastructural demonstration of a relationship between acquired cutis laxa and monoclonal gammopathy. ( 20574607 ) Maruani A....Machet L.[malacards.org]

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