Create issue ticket

224 Possible Causes for Clubbed Finger, Rickets

  • Celiac Disease

    CONCLUSION: We are presenting this case because it shows a severe case of rickets after malabsorption for many years.[] .- ) hereditary vitamin D-dependent rickets ( E83.32 ) inactive rickets ( E64.3 ) renal rickets ( N25.0 ) sequelae of rickets ( E64.3 ) vitamin D-resistant rickets ( E83.31[] […] of the upper small intestine; manifestations include diarrhea, malabsorption, steatorrhea, and nutritional and vitamin deficiencies Applies To Celiac: crisis infantilism rickets[]

  • Primary Biliary Cirrhosis

    History Of patients with primary biliary cholangitis, 25% are incidentally diagnosed during a routine blood evaluation. Fatigue (65%) Fatigue is the first reported symptom. It can cause disability in some patients and has been associated with depression and obsessive-compulsive behavior. The etiology is unknown;[…][]

  • Cystic Fibrosis

    Radiological changes of rickets include metaphyseal widening with cupping, splaying and fraying ( Dimitri 2007 ; Joiner 2000 ; Wharton 2003 ).[] Finger clubbing and changes in the bronchial circulation.[] Rectal prolapse Vitamin deficiency (especially fat-soluble vitamins) Fatty liver Focal biliary cirrhosis Portal hypertension Liver failure Cholecystitis and cholelithiasis Rickets[]

  • Hepatocellular Carcinoma

    Report A white female child presented with delay in gross motor development at 14 months of age. 6 She had hypotonia, an enlarged abdomen due to hepatosplenomegaly, and rickets[]

  • Mucopolysaccharidosis

    A diagnosis of vitamin D-resistant rickets was considered initially but a thorough clinical examination and skeletal survey was suggestive of mucopolysaccharidosis.[] This particular disease can be misdiagnosed as vitamin D-resistant rickets in the absence of thorough systemic examination and an attentive look at the skeletal surveys.[]

  • CINCA Syndrome

    […] since infancy Mother notice that the child inactive with large head and she was delay in development comparing with other siblings, she followed private clinic diagnosed as rickets[] clubbing.[] […] that have been reported include macrocephaly (95%), large fontanelle, prominent forehead, flattening of the nasal bridge (saddleback nose), short and thick extremities, and finger[]

  • Coxa Vara

    ACDC Acquired Rickets / renal osteodystrophy / hyperparathyroidism Perthes disease Infection Trauma with early closure physis Tumour SUFE Congenital Infantile / developmental[] […] deformity, Bunion, Hallux rigidus, Hallux varus, Hammer toe ) - other acquired deformities of limbs ( Valgus deformity, Varus deformity, Wrist drop, Foot drop, Flat feet, Club[] In Children: Adults/ Any age: •Rickets. •Osteo Dystrophies. •Perthes Disease. •Epiphyseolysis. •Osteomalacia. •Fibrous Dysplasia. •Infection. •Tumor. •Pagets Disease.[]

  • Proximal Renal Tubular Acidosis

    Abstract A proximal renal tubular acidosis (RTA) is the mechanism underlying the systemic acidosis found in vitamin D deficiency rickets.[] Despite a Blalock's fistula there was evidence of chronic hypoxia with cyanosis, clubbing of fingers and toes and very elevated blood hematocrit values.[] No hypercalciuria was detected, and no evidence of rickets or osteomalacia was found by x-ray studies.[]

  • Launois Syndrome

    […] asymmetry (skull, limbs) ipsilateral to the nevus; scoliosis urological abnormalities (10 %): horseshoe kidney, vesicoureteral reflux hypophosphatemic vitamin D-resistant rickets[]

  • Tibia Varum

    Rickets Rickets is a bone disease in children that causes bowed legs and other bone deformities.[] Pachydermoperiostosis Pachydermoperiostosis is a rare disorder characterized by clubbing of the fingers and toes; thickening of the skin of the face (pachyderma); excessive[] The differential of bow-legging in children is long, with common causes including Blount disease and rickets .[]

Further symptoms

Similar symptoms