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123 Possible Causes for Coarseness of the Skin, Facial Swelling, Jaundice

  • Sunburn

    A newborn infant with sunburn from the treatment of neonatal jaundice is described.[] Get Emergency Medical Care if: a sunburn causes blisters or is extremely painful your child has facial swelling from a sunburn a sunburn covers a large area your child has[] UV radiation accelerates skin aging, and the gradual loss of the skin’s elasticity results in wrinkles and dry, coarse skin.[]

  • Acromegaly

    Stop the drug right away and call your doctor if you get any of these symptoms: Your skin or the white part of your eyes turns yellow (jaundice) Your urine turns dark Your[] This leads to coarse facial features, soft tissue swelling (including the tongue), enlargement of the hands and feet, respiratory problems, hypertension, diabetes mellitus[] Symptoms may include: swelling of the hands and feet facial features become coarse as bones grow body hair becomes coarse as the skin thickens and/or darkens increased perspiration[]

  • Myxedema

    Infants with hypothyroid will present with jaundice, protruding tongue, frequent choking, puffy face, poor muscle tone, constipation, and excessive sleepiness.[] Fifty three-year old woman with metastatic squamous cell carcinoma currently on treatment with nivolumab presented with diffuse facial and tongue swelling, slurred speech,[] ‘The presence of goiter, coarse hair, dry skin, carotenemia, and myxedema indicates hypothyroidism.’[]

  • Erythropoietic Protoporphyria

    A 21-year-old Japanese man was admitted to our hospital because of severe abdominal pain and jaundice.[] However, the patient’s father reported a prior history of “recurrent” episodes of hand and facial swelling that also seemed to occur from prolonged exposure to sunlight and[] We report the case of a 5-year-old Caucasian female with EPP who presented with a long-standing 3-year history of recurrent facial blisters and erythematous swelling and lesions[]

  • Congenital Hypothyroidism

    One of the most important and earliest signs is prolonged jaundice during the neonatal period.[] […] around eyes Coarse facial features Thick protruding tongue Goiter or enlarged thyroid Widely positioned skull bones Reduced stools or constipation Swollen hands, genitals[] , cool, or mottled coarse skin—see Hypothyroidism : Symptoms and Signs ).[]

  • Tretinoin

    […] problems --little or no urinating, weight gain, swelling in your feet or ankles; liver problems --upper stomach pain , loss of appetite, dark urine, clay-colored stools , jaundice[] More serious side effects of tretinoin include facial swelling and burning, conjunctivitis, swelling of the eyelids, skin discoloration and blisters.[] Both test products significantly improved signs of photodamage, including fine and coarse periocular wrinkles, skin firmness, skin tone, mottled pigmentation, tactile roughness[]

  • Juvenile Myxedema

    - prolongation of the physiological jaundice Umbilical hernia Hypotonia Hoarse voice Cardiomegaly Bradycardia Pericardial effusion - usually asymptomatic Failure of fusion[] skin, and sensitivity to cold.[] […] gain Fatigue Irregular menstruation Infertility Gastrointestinal disease Hyperlipidemia Coronary artery disease Hypertension Neonatal/congenital hypothyroidism Prolonged jaundice[]

  • Sunlight Exposure

    “All babies can get jaundice.[] swelling known as angioedema .[] […] the skin's immune function Benign tumors Fine and coarse wrinkles Freckles Discolored areas of the skin, called mottled pigmentation; Sallowness—a yellow discoloration of[]

  • Phenytoin

    P 625 U/L], with prolonged course of jaundice before recovery).[] swelling, in association with other organ system involvement Phenytoin induces hepatic metabolizing enzymes, which may enhance metabolism of vitamin D and decrease vitamin[] The skin on your child’s face may look and feel coarse and become slightly hairy if they have been taking phenytoin for longer than 3–4 months.[]

  • Hypopituitarism

    As first sign of the disease, all of five patients presented a neonatal hypoglycemia, associated in four cases with jaundice.[] Other symptoms and signs include weakness , headache , abdominal pain , low blood pressure , vision problems, facial swelling, hoarseness , joint stiffness , and loss of pubic[] […] failure to thrive Infants – seizures , hypoglycemia ACTH Adults – fatigue, nausea, vomiting Children/infants – acute adrenal crises with shock TSH Adults – weight gain, coarse[]

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