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14 Possible Causes for Clubbing of Nails, Methamphetamine Abuse

  • Hyperpyrexia

    After self-administration of 0.05 g of methamphetamine hydrochloride intravenously on three occasions at intervals of 3 h, a 25-year-old female methamphetamine abuser ingested[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] […] 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[apps.who.int] […] approximately 1.5 g of methamphetamine hydrochloride, and was found dead 3-4 h later.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Congenital Clubbing of the Fingers

    , especially methamphetamine, and egg donation Additional maneuvers include the scapulohumeral reflex, the head thrust test, the apprehension test, and a newly described test[books.google.com] Digital clubbing is also called fingernail clubbing or nail clubbing. Drumstick fingers and watch-glass nails are other names for these deformed nails.[medcaretips.com] How to recognize Clubbing Nails? What is nail clubbing?[handresearch.com]

  • Chronic Alcoholism

    In addition, this study did not address the issue of polydrug abuse, which is a common phenomenon in individuals abusing substances.[emedicine.medscape.com] […] the skin at the root of the nail, resembling a club.[dermnetnz.org] Portal hypertension may lead to intrapulmonary arteriovenous shunting with hypoxemia (hepatopulmonary syndrome), which may cause cyanosis and nail clubbing.[merckmanuals.com]

  • Warty Dyskeratoma

    abuse, solitary fibrous tumors, gene mutation, and plasminogen deficiency.[books.google.de] (37 %) ( Drumstick Fingers, Hippocratic Fingers, Watch-glass Nails,) Premalignant Fibroepithelial Tumor (37 %) ( Pinkus Tumor,) Cutaneous Small-vessel Vasculitis (37 %) ([gulfdoctor.net] […] histopathology, treatment, and prognosis of each disease entity, as well as cutting-edge topics such as bisphosphonate osteonecrosis, the oral complications associated with methamphetamine[books.google.de]

  • Liver Failure

    Ecstasy, amphetamine and methamphetamine abuse have been shown to cause chronic liver inflammation (hepatitis).[narconon.org] (only in biliary cirrhosis) Terry’s “half & half” nails Duputryen's contracture ( Credit ) Petechiae and echymosis Scratch marks Edema Testicular atrophy (and how do you[stanfordmedicine25.stanford.edu] […] axillary hair Spider angioma Gynecomastia in a male Asterixis Palmar erythema (PALE HAND WITH ISLANDS OF REDNESS OVER THENAR AND HYPOTHENAR EMINENCE) Duputryen’s contracture Clubbing[stanfordmedicine25.stanford.edu]

  • Alcoholic Fatty Liver

    Case 2, a second male patient, developed both liver failure and lactic acidosis 24 h after methamphetamine abuse.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] […] changes (e.g. clubbing).[pharmaceutical-journal.com] The patients developed acute-on-chronic (AOC) liver failure after either (case 1) acute infection with hepatitis A virus (HAV) or (case 2) methamphetamine abuse ('Ecstasy'[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Leukonychia Totalis

    , especially methamphetamine, and egg donation Additional maneuvers include the scapulohumeral reflex, the head thrust test, the apprehension test, and a newly described test[books.google.com] Clubbed Nails Clubbed nails are an exaggerated downward curvature of the nails that may be indicative of systemic disease.[onhealth.com] The most common nail disorders and nail diseases are: Beau's Line - Black Toe Nail - Brittle Nails - Nail Clubbing - How to cure Nail Fungus - Nail Disorder - Nail Fungus[handresearch.com]

  • Blue Sclera

    , especially methamphetamine, and egg donation Additional maneuvers include the scapulohumeral reflex, the head thrust test, the apprehension test, and a newly described test[books.google.com] I was a raw vegan before and it damaged my system really bad (Beau's lines in toenails, finger nails turn blue, some toenails show a more clubbed shape) and maybe that has[paleohacks.com] […] cervical spine involvement in rheumatoid arthritis New findings pertaining to transplantation-related graft-versus-host problems, AIDS and the adverse effects of therapy, drug abuse[books.google.com]

  • S3 Gallop

    , especially methamphetamine, and egg donation Additional maneuvers include the scapulohumeral reflex, the head thrust test, the apprehension test, and a newly described test[books.google.de] […] with a decreased cardiac output ): Temperature Capillary refill time Cyanosis Palms : Osler nodes , Janeway lesions (see “Clinical features” of infective endocarditis ) Nails[amboss.com] […] fingers: Associated with more extensive disease White nails Hemangiomas: Glomeruloid Sclerodermatous changes Angiomatous lesions Violaceous cutaneous patch: Over bone plasmacytoma[neuromuscular.wustl.edu]

  • Drug- or Toxin-Induced Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension

    Winslow BT, Voorhees KI, Pehl KA (2007) Methamphetamine abuse.[link.springer.com] […] beds Enlargement of nail beds (clubbing) Types of Pulmonary Hypertension Types of PAH Cause Idiopathic PAH No underlying cause can be found.[nationwidechildrens.org] […] adults Difficulty laying flat Swelling of ankles or legs Difficulty walking up stairs Shortness of breath Chest pain Tiredness Dizziness, fainting spells Blue colored lips or nail[nationwidechildrens.org]

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