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277 Possible Causes for Clubbing of Nails, Lymphadenopathy

  • Pulmonary Alveolar Microlithiasis

    General physical examination showed no evidence of clubbing of the nails or lymphadenopathy.[] On physical examination, the patient had no clubbing, cyanosis, lymphadenopathy or peripheral edema. Cardiac auscultation was normal.[] There was no lymphadenopathy or hepatosplenomegaly.[]

  • Pancreatic Pseudocyst

    Contrast enhanced CT patterns correlate well with the pathologic features of tuberculous lymphadenopathy.[] Extremities: no edema and no clubbing of nails. Laboratory His amylase was elevated at 239 IU/L. White cell count was 10.4 10 3 / u L with 76% neutrophils.[] Distribution and contrast enhanced CT appearance of abdominal tuberculous lymphadenopathy. Nippon lgaku Hoshasen Gakkai Zasshi 1997; 57:567-571.[]

  • Yellow Nail Syndrome

    Physical examination revealed lymphadenopathy which was bilateral, submandibular, mobile, and 0.5 cm in size.[] .- ) Disorders of skin appendages L60 ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Code L60 Nail disorders 2016 2017 2018 2019 Non-Billable/Non-Specific Code Type 2 Excludes clubbing of nails ( R68.3[] Are they clubbed? This can cause the ends of your fingers to bulge. Your nails might curve over them and look like the bottom part of an upside down spoon.[]

  • Tuberculosis

    In conclusion, TB-chylothorax may develop without obvious mediastinal lymphadenopathy and be associated with tubercular empyema alone.[] clubbing may also occur. [15] Pulmonary If a tuberculosis infection does become active, it most commonly involves the lungs (in about 90% of cases). [13] [16] Symptoms may[] […] tuberculosis with a synchronous primary bronchus carcinoma in an immunocompetent individual who presented with a solitary pulmonary nodule and contralateral mediastinal lymphadenopathy[]

  • Systemic Disease

    Mediastinal lymphadenitis was seen in 12 patients, 3 patients had abdominal/pelvic lymphadenopathy and 3 patients had additional cervical lymphadenopathy.[] Onycholysis, clubbing, and koilonychia are some of the most common changes in the morphology of the nail.[] We report on a patient with tubulointerstitial nephritis, lymphadenopathies, sialadenitis and retroperitoneal fibrosis.[]

  • Citrullinemia

    New Tests Histiocytosis-Lymphadenopathy Plus Syndrome via SLC29A3 Gene Sequencing with CNV Detection ( #11001 ) Lissencephaly-6 with Microcephaly via KATNB1 Gene Sequencing[] The nail changes, i.e. clubbed fingers and 'half-and-half nail' syndrome, were not specific either.[]

  • Pseudopelade of Brocq

    Rosai-Dorfman Leishmaniasis Angioimmunoblastic lymphadenopathy Skin lesions in nodal lymphomas T cell lymphomas Small plaque parapsoriasis Large plaque parapsoriasis Mycosis[] […] thickness: Onychogryphosis · Onychauxis color: Beau's lines · Yellow nail syndrome · Leukonychia shape: Koilonychia · Clubbing other: Ingrown nail · Anonychia Hair Hair loss[] Lymphadenopathy may also be present. Suitable treatment with permethrin shampoo or 0.5% malathion can be given.[]

  • Interstitial Lung Disease

    The therapy led to rapid improvement of her constitutional and respiratory symptoms, with clinical and radiographic improvement in her interstitial lung disease, lymphadenopathy[] ILD may also cause: Persistent, dry cough that can’t be controlled Fatigue Clubbingnails that bulge or thicken Initial Evaluation of Pulmonary Fibrosis During your first[] […] effusion or thickening Pulmonary edema, connective tissue diseases, asbestosis, lymphangitic carcinomatosis, lymphoma, lymphangioleiomyomatosis, drug-induced lung diseases Lymphadenopathy[]

  • Gastric Leiomyosarcoma

    There was no jaundice, cyanosis, peripheral lymphadenopathy or spider naevi. His temperature was normal and, there was pitting edema of the lower extremities.[] Digital Clubbing or Nail Clubbing – Causes Digital clubbing or nail clubbing or finger clubbing is bulbous iron via my gastrointestinal tract so I Upper GI Endoscopy who will[] No local or distant lymphadenopathy could be detected. On Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology (FNAC) the pathologist suspected hepatoma.[]

  • Neurocirculatory Asthenia

    .- ) · chronic ( I88.1 ) · mesenteric (acute)(chronic) ( I88.0 ) R59.0 Localized enlarged lymph nodes R59.1 Generalized enlarged lymph nodes Lymphadenopathy NOS Excludes:[] […] of fingers Clubbing of nails Excludes: congenital clubfinger ( Q68.1 ) R68.8 Other specified general symptoms and signs R69 Unknown and unspecified causes of morbidity Illness[] HIV disease resulting in (persistent) generalized lymphadenopathy ( B23.1 ) R59.9 Enlarged lymph nodes, unspecified R60 Oedema, not elsewhere classified Excludes: ascites[]

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