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2,507 Possible Causes for Complete Blood Count Abnormal, Heel Pain, Mucocutaneous Rash

  • Reiter's Syndrome

    Other associated symptoms were similar, particularly evidence of enthesopathy (tendonitis, heel pain, plantar fasciitis), the polyarticular pattern was more common than the[] Pain in the heel is common. Small joints in the hands and feet may also be involved.[] Asymmetric oligoarthritis predominantly of the lower extremity Sausage shaped finger (dactylitis), toe, heel pain, or other enthesitis Cervicitis or acute diarrhea within[]

  • Gonorrhea

    Symptoms usually include chills, fever, joint pain or swelling, painful wrist and heel tendons, skin rash, and symptoms of meningitis (such as headaches, stiff and painful[]

  • Syphilis

    Symptoms include low-grade fever, generalized adenopathy, headache, malaise and a mucocutaneous rash.[] Examination of the legs detects hypotonia, hyporeflexia, impaired vibratory and joint position sense, ataxia in the heel-shin test, absence of deep pain sensation, and Romberg[]

  • Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

    Each of these are detectable with standard complete blood count testing ( CBC ).[] In these studies, the most common presenting manifestations were as follows: Hematologic: anemia, cytopenia, and/or thrombocytopenia Mucocutaneous: malar rash and/or oral[] Mucocutaneous: Photosensitivity rash. Classical feature is the malar (butterfly) rash, often precipitated by sunlight. It is erythematous and may be raised and pruritic.[]

    Missing: Heel Pain
  • Osteomyelitis

    Although rare, chronic heel pain can be caused by an atypical mycobacterial infection of the calcaneus.[] Physicians should note that this rare infection should be considered in patients with refractory heel pain.[] We present the case of a 51-year-old immunocompetent man with refractory heel pain who initially had been treated for plantar fasciitis.[]

    Missing: Mucocutaneous Rash
  • Hepatitis C

    Chronic hepatitis C is occasionally associated with lichen planus, mucocutaneous vasculitis, glomerulonephritis, porphyria cutanea tarda, mixed cryoglobulinemia, and, perhaps[] Chronic hepatitis C is occasionally associated with lichen planus, mucocutaneous vasculitis, glomerulonephritis , porphyria cutanea tarda , mixed cryoglobulinemia , and, perhaps[] Symptoms of cryoglobulinemia include fatigue, myalgias, arthralgias, neuropathy, glomerulonephritis, and rashes (urticaria, purpura, leukocytoclastic vasculitis); asymptomatic[]

    Missing: Heel Pain
  • Hepatitis B

    Hepatitis B is a form of viral hepatitis, caused by the hepatitis B virus, a member of the Hepadnavirus family. It is estimated that worldwide, more than 350 million people have chronic hepatitis B virus infection. The course of the disease may be extremely variable, depending on the patient’s age and immune status.[…][]

    Missing: Heel Pain
  • Kawasaki Disease

    , and joint pain and swelling An acute, febrile, mucocutaneous condition accompanied by swelling of cervical lymph nodes in infants and young children.[] Kawasaki disease, also referred to as Kawasaki syndrome or mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome, affects children and includes several symptoms: fever rash swelling of the hands[] It affects young children who usually present with persistent high fever, redness of the mucous membranes of the mouth, redness of the palms and soles, skin rashes, lymphadenitis[]

    Missing: Heel Pain
  • Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis

    […] with mucosal involvement EXAMINATION mucocutaneous lesions: papules/vesicles - clusters, nonpruritic involving all mucous membranes (oropharynx, airway, urethra, cornea)[] The disease is characterized by extensive mucocutaneous blistering that causes rash, skin peeling and soreness on the mucous membranes.[] […] anticonvulsants, COX-2, immunosuppressants, allopurinol, corticosteroids) idiopathic HISTORY prodrome: systemic symptoms (1-14 days) co-morbidities: HIV and SLE painful and burning rash[]

    Missing: Heel Pain
  • Primary HIV Infection

    Labs: Initial labs at time of diagnosis Labs often abnormal at diagnosis Complete Blood Count with Platelet Count Thrombocytopenia (45%) Leukopenia (40%) Liver Function Test[] Syphilis presenting with rash and mucocutaneous ulceration (rash is rare in CMV, toxoplasmosis and Epstein-Barr virus patients who have not been given amoxicillin).[] blood count (CBC) Low platelets ( Anemia may necessitate choice of a regimen that does not contain ribavirin (RBV) Serum electrolytes with creatinine Marked electrolyte abnormalities[]

    Missing: Heel Pain