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145 Possible Causes for Confusion, Oral Mucosal Disorder, Weight Loss

  • Systemic Mastocytosis

    loss Progression and Transformation None Epidemiology and Mortality Age: primary second decade of life Sex: no male or female predominance Survival: patients with cutaneous[] Presentation as a solitary vertebral body lesion is extremely uncommon and may be confused with more ominous conditions such as metastasis.[] In short, SM can present with unexplained life-threatening crises which can be confused for an infectious disease being acute in nature.[]

  • Uremia

    […] coronary calcification, Volume overload, Pericardial effusions and pericarditis -Pulm - pulmonary edema due to volume overload -GI - nausea/vomiting, anorexia, hiccups, weight[] In this report, we have presented a diabetic patient with uremia, in which acute Parkinsonism occurred, coupled with acute mental confusion, after a sudden increase in blood[] mucosal disorder.[]

  • Systemic Scleroderma

    Lastly, substances used to minimize appetite and contribute to weight loss (derivatives of phenylethylamine ) are also believed to trigger systemic sclerosis.[] Chanel explained that it takes most people years to be properly diagnosed because their illness is often confused for other autoimmune diseases such as lupus.[] This might create confusion in many, since one may not have all of the signs and symptoms described for the condition.[]

  • Stevens-Johnson Syndrome

    loss 90% Abnormality of neutrophils 50% Excessive salivation 50% Feeding difficulties in infancy 50% Abdominal pain 7.5% Abnormality of the eyelid 7.5% Abnormality of the[] Symptoms of Stevens Johnson Syndrome Stevens Johnson Syndrome symptoms are often confused with flu like symptoms or misdiagnosed.[] Such confusion should have resulted in overestimating the role of herpes in all categories in a similar way.[]

  • Stomatitis

    Pain and difficulty swallowing may limit food and water intake, leading to dehydration and weight loss.[] […] conditions cause similar sores: Blood and immune system diseases, including HIV Vitamin and mineral deficiencies Allergies Trauma Crohn's disease Lupus Canker sores are often confused[] mucosal disorder.[]

  • Anorexia Nervosa

    Anorexia nervosa is a medical and psychological disorder classically seen in young women who present with significant weight loss, a distorted body image, and an intense fear[] Failure to recognize the influence of a patient's overall nutritional status on MR images may cause confusion and misdiagnosis.[] CONCLUSIONS: ED display a wide array of oral mucosal lesions that can be regarded as their early manifestations.[]

  • Malnutrition

    In contrast, outcomes from hunger strikes and famines are usually fatal after weight loss to about 40% below expected body weight, corresponding to BMI 12 to 13 kg/m(2) in[] With all these definitions and tools, there is considerable scope for confusion and misunderstanding.[] More precisely, ageing is linked with problems in oral health like loss of teeth, caries, oral dryness, periodontal diseases, painful mucosal disorders and decreased masticatory[]

  • Recurrent Oral Ulceration

    Especially for infants and small children, careful assessment for decreased feeding, short-term weight loss and poor urine output are important.[] Canker sores are often confused with cold sores, which are caused by a herpes virus.[] […] recurrence. [1] RAS is one of the most common oral mucosal disorders affecting nonkeratinized mucosa, causing much pain and interference with mastication and speech.[]

  • Schnitzler Syndrome

    loss.[] […] to help with the diagnosis; however, a radiologist should be alerted about the reason for the evaluation. 4 In our cases, the strong association of neurologic symptoms of confusion[] Oral Mucositis Contact Stomatitis Dermatologic Manifestations of Oral Leukoplakia Disorders of Oral Pigmentation Drug-Induced Gingival Hyperplasia Eosinophilic Ulcer Fissured[]

  • Chronic Myeloid Leukemia

    Patients usually present with fatigue, weight loss, anemia, night sweats, and splenomegaly.[] CASE REPORT A 58-year-old male with a past medical history of CML diagnosed six years earlier, presented to the emergency department with one week of acute confusion, disorientation[] Oral herpes 7/103 (6.80%) 8 Pneumonia 6/103 (5.83%) 6 Upper respiratory tract infection 11/103 (10.68%) 15 Injury, poisoning and procedural complications Contusion 6/103[]

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