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1,156 Possible Causes for Clubbed Finger, Dry, Brittle Hair, Hypothyroidism

  • Myxedema

    Association with Thyroid Acropachy Thyroid acropachy is rare, and this condition usually presents with clubbing and swelling of the hand and fingers, along with periosteal[] Characteristic symptoms are weakness, cold intolerance, mental and physical slowness, dry skin, typical facies, and hoarse voice.[] […] whole picture of untreated hypothyroidism at very end stage the patients enter into myxedema comma with eventual death due to the sever symptoms of hypothyroidism.[] hair, bald patches Aches and pain in your muscles or joints Confusion or memory loss Sensitivity to the cold increases Weakness Pale skin Constipation Myxedema Causes One[]

  • Hyperthyroidism

    Clubbing (fingers with wide tips). Graves' ophthalmopathy , which causes bulging, reddened eyes , among other symptoms.[] […] hair Muscle cramps Dry skin Goiter (swelling of thyroid gland) Brittle nails Slow heart rate Irregular period Sensitivity to cold Constipation Carpal tunnel syndrome Treatment[] Cases of conversion from hyperthyroidism to hypothyroidism have been reported but conversion from hypothyroidism to hyperthyroidism is very rare.[] Symptoms may include nervousness, irritability, extra sweating (perspiration), and fine, brittle hair.[]

  • Thyroid Gland Disorder

    Slow growing dry, brittle, coarse hair and diminished body hair: the drying and coarseness are considered to be partly due to the reduced secretion of sebum.[] Women, especially those older than age 60, are more likely to have hypothyroidism. Hypothyroidism upsets the normal balance of chemical reactions in your body.[] Most patients complain of slow metabolism, slow heartbeat, weight gain, puffy skin, brittle hair, constipation and fatigue.[3] [5] [6] Once hypothyroidism has been diagnosed[] Other symptoms include a rapid or irregular heartbeat, brittle hair, weight loss despite normal food intake and an increase in the number of bowel movements experienced each[]

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  • Congenital Thyroid Malformation without Hypothyroidism

    Thyroid acropachy is a rare extreme complication of Graves' disease characterized by insidious onset of swelling at the fingers and toes with digital clubbing.[] Symptoms gradually disappear and even in those more severely affected a few months of treatment usually relieve dry skin, tiredness, brittle nails and other symptoms.[] However, a number of scientific questions related to congenital hypothyroidism remain unanswered and extensive research activities are ongoing in the field.[] Other symptoms may include a goiter (an enlarged thyroid gland), fatigue, weight gain, mood swings, depression , dry skin, brittle hair, fluid retention, muscle weakness,[]

  • Congenital Non-Goitrous Hypothyroidism 1

    Thyroid acropachy is a rare extreme complication of Graves' disease characterized by insidious onset of swelling at the fingers and toes with digital clubbing.[] […] skin; dry hair (may fall out) deeper, hoarser voice With Advanced Disease: (florid myxedema) dull, expressionless facies, sparse hair, periorbital puffiness , large tongue[] Synonyms Congenital hypothyroidism due to TSH resistance, hypothyroidism—non-automimmune, hypothyroidism congenital—due to TSH resistance, hypothyroidism due to unresponsiveness[] Other possible symptoms include: pain in your joints or muscles constipation brittle hair or nails voice hoarseness puffiness in your face As the disease progresses, these[]

  • Hypothyroidism

    Symptoms include weight gain, constipation, dry skin, and sensitivity to the cold.[] Hypothyroidism occurs worldwide.[] Other findings may include pale, yellow skin, thin and brittle hair, coarse facial features, brittle nails, firm swelling of the arms and legs, and mental slowing.[] Some common symptoms of hypothyroidism include fatigue weight gain a puffy face trouble tolerating cold joint and muscle pain constipation dry skin dry, thinning hair decreased[]

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  • Thyroiditis

    Common symptoms and signs of Hashimoto's thyroiditis include: Fatigue Depression Modest weight gain Cold intolerance Excessive sleepiness Dry, coarse hair Constipation Dry[] Hypothyroidism can manifest with different signs and symptoms and has a wide range of presentations from subclinical hypothyroidism to overt form.[] […] loss or thinning, brittle hair irregular or heavy menstrual periods depression slowed heart rate Because the symptoms of Hashimoto's thyroid may be similar to those for other[] Typical symptoms include fatigue, weight gain, constipation, dry skin, depression and poor exercise tolerance.[]

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  • Graves Disease

    […] of fingers and toes due to periosteal new bone formation) Presence of thyrotropin receptor antibody in the serum and orbitopathy on clinical examination distinguishes Graves[] Dry Eye Symptoms in Graves’ Disease Pain in the eyes, pain when looking up, down or sideways Dryness, itching, dry eyes, difficulty wearing contact lenses Inflammation and[] CONCLUSION: Although conversion of Hashimoto's hypothyroidism into Graves' disease is exceptional in pregnancy, pregnant women with autoimmune hypothyroidism should ideally[] Those suffering from Graves’ Disease will experience most of the effects associated with hyperthyroidism, including weight loss, nervousness, muscle weakness, brittle hair[]

  • Hidrotic Ectodermal Dysplasia

    Other symptoms of hidrotic ectodermal dysplasia 2 include degeneration of the nails, more pigment (color) in the skin over their joints, and clubbed fingers.[] […] and obstruction atrophic mucosa causing dysphonia hypoplastic-absent mammary glands hypoplastic-absent nipples hypohidrosis anhidrosis sweat pore aplasia soft, thin skin dry[] Hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia at NLM Genetics Home Reference v t e Cell surface receptor deficiencies G protein-coupled receptor (including hormone ) Class A TSHR ( Congenital hypothyroidism[] Other symptoms include brittle hair, loss of hair in the armpits or on the face, nails that appear white, and clubbing of the fingers.[]

  • Trichodysplasia - Xeroderma Syndrome

    […] of the fingers.[] What is the treatment recommended for dry and brittle hair?[] Anomalies • • • Back to: « Brittle hair Causes List for Brittle hair List of possible causes of Brittle hair or similar symptoms may include: 2 Anorexia Nervosa (Brittle hair[] […] of fingers Narrow nail Apocrine hidrocystoma Facial telangiectasia Trichodysplasia Premature loss of primary teeth Toenail dysplasia Ridged nail Ovarian neoplasm Abnormality[]

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