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1,986 Possible Causes for Complete Blood Count Abnormal, Crusts On Face, Palmar Hyperlinearity

  • Atopic Dermatitis

    Among patients, reduced level of monomeric filaggrin and NMF correlated with the presence of FLG mutations and clinical phenotypes such as xerosis, palmar hyperlinearity and[] With infants and toddlers, atopic dermatitis usually starts on the face or on the elbows and knees — places that are easy to scratch and rub as they are crawling.[] […] children Flexure lichenification in older children and adults Minor features Eyes Cataracts (anterior subcapsular) Keratoconus Infraorbital folds affected Facial pallor Palmar[]

  • Atopy

    With infants and toddlers, atopic dermatitis usually starts on the face or on the elbows and knees — places that are easy to scratch and rub as they are crawling.[] The rash is often itchy and forms blisters that ooze and crust over. In older children and adults, the rash is more often seen on the inside of the knees and elbow.[] […] scratching Dermatitis, atopic on the legs The type and location of the rash can depend on the age of the person: In children younger than age 2, the rash may begin on the face[]

    Missing: Palmar Hyperlinearity
  • Allergic Rhinitis

    […] cutaneous cutis develop diagnosis differentiated disease doses drug eczema edema epidermis eruptions erythema multiforme exfoliative exudative face fever Figure follicles[] […] atopic dermatitis atrophy become blood bullae bullous cause cells cent chiefly chronic clinical collagen color common connective tissue corium corticosteroids Courtesy of Dr crusts[]

    Missing: Palmar Hyperlinearity
  • Chronic Alcoholism

    , milia, scleroderma and increased hair growth ( hypertrichosis ) on sun-exposed sites such as face and hands.[] […] changes sometimes associated with liver disease Porphyria cutanea tarda Porphyria cutanea tarda (PCT) results in photosensitivity, skin fragility, blistering, erosions, crusts[]

    Missing: Palmar Hyperlinearity
  • Herpes Zoster

    […] erosions on his face corresponding to the area innervated by the ophthalmic division of the left trigeminal nerve.[] Multiple crusted blisters were found on the right face, including the tip of the nose ( Figure 1, arrow). This finding was consistent with Hutchinson’s sign.[] She had a diffuse papular rash with vesicles of different ages with haemorrhagic crust affecting the trunk, extremities, face, and scalp, but sparing the palms and soles ([]

    Missing: Palmar Hyperlinearity
  • Erysipelas

    These lesions can be anywhere on your body, but mostly on your face, arms, and legs. Lesions fill with pus, then break open after a few days and form a thick crust.[]

    Missing: Palmar Hyperlinearity
  • Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis

    These tests may include: Complete blood count (CBC) to look for: Evidence of anemia (common in Granulomatosis with polyangiitis (Wegener's)) Abnormal white blood cell count[] Some people develop a stuffy nose, cough and hoarse voice or blocked sinuses with pain in the face. Crusting and ulcers around the nostrils can occur.[] […] tiredness, a high temperature (fever), weakness, loss of appetite, weight loss and joint pain ear, nose and throat problems such as a blocked or runny nose, nosebleeds , crusts[]

    Missing: Palmar Hyperlinearity
  • Pemphigus

    […] the face that did not respond to antimicrobials and steroids.[] Collapsed vesicles and bullae and crusted ulcers are present on the face. Pemphigus. Low-power photomicrograph shows a vesicle within the stratified squamous epithelium.[] Pemphigus Foliaceus Pemphigus foliaceus usually begins with small (approximately 1 cm), pruritic, crusted lesions resembling corn flakes on the upper torso and face.[]

    Missing: Palmar Hyperlinearity
  • Drug Hypersensitivity

    Oral examination showed multiple shallow ulcers over lips and buccal mucosa with hemorrhagic and purulent crusting [Figure 2].[] Skin examination showed multiple erythematous papules with blanchable confluent erythema present over trunk [Figure 1], arm, back, face, and legs.[]

    Missing: Palmar Hyperlinearity
  • Glucagonoma

    Figure 1 Necrolytic migratory erythema with erosion and crust formation. Notes: ( A ) Face; ( B ) legs; ( C ) perianal region.[] […] of the extremities, and central area of the face.[] In our patient, we could see typical lesions that began at the lower extremities and progressed to the face and perianal areas.[]

    Missing: Palmar Hyperlinearity