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205 Possible Causes for Congenital Vitamin B12 Deficiency, Splinter Hemorrhages of Nails

  • Congenital Vitamin B12 Deficiency

    Will you have Vitamin b12 deficiency with Congenital toxoplasmosis - from FDA reports Summary Vitamin b12 deficiency is reported only by a few people with Congenital toxoplasmosis[] NTDs are the commonest congenital anomaly in 75 % of patients suggesting deficiency of folate & Vitamin B12.[] […] pernicious anaemia Congenital pernicious anemia Congenital pernicious anemia, NOS Congenital vitamin B12 deficiency Familial megaloblastic anaemia Major Diagnostic Categories[]

    Missing: Splinter Hemorrhages of Nails
  • Dystrophic Nail

    B12 deficiency and post-irradiation.[] […] melanoma Horizontal - Addison's disease, cancer chemotherapy Splinter hemorrhages Splinter hemorrhages Thin dark red lines 1-3 mm in length, representing small hemorrhages[] Clinical characteristics include longitudinal thickening of the nail plate with transverse over-curvature, yellow-white discoloration, splinter hemorrhages, nail ridging,[]

  • Vitamin B12 Deficiency

    B12 deficiency in children can be divided into 3 categories: reduced intake, malabsorption, and congenital errors in the transport & metabolism of vitamin B12.[] Call your provider if you have symptoms of vitamin B12 deficiency. There is no known way to prevent this type of vitamin B12 anemia.[] Research studies have indicated that genetic factors may influence the development of vitamin B12 deficiency in some people.[]

    Missing: Splinter Hemorrhages of Nails
  • Trachonychia

    B12 deficiency Topical agents, dyes solvents false nails varnish etc Can indicate carbon monoxide poisioning Polyclythemia (dark) Systemic lupus erythatosus Angioma Malnutrion[] hemorrhages distaly moving inflammation of the nail fold acute- s.aur chronic-candida,fungal hypopigment line parallel to lunula hypoalbuminemia 1 / nail nail findings in[] Onychoscopic features of nail LP include: trachonychia, chromonychia, pitting, fragmentation of the body of the nail, splinter hemorrhages, onycholysis, subungual keratosis[]

  • Anemia

    In these circumstances, normal serum methyl-malonic acid levels, in the absence of congenital errors of metabolism or renal failure, preclude a deficiency of vitamin B12[[] B12 deficiency (pregnancy, elderly patients, and those with low white blood cell counts).[] In the same way, vitamin B12 deficiency is correlated with low serum levels, although there are clinical situations in which low serum levels are not correlated with vitamin[]

    Missing: Splinter Hemorrhages of Nails
  • Nail Abnormality

    B12 deficiency and post-irradiation.[] […] if suspect nail tumor Pain ddx paronychia, ingrown nail, herpetic whitlow, nail trauma Discoloration ddx Leukonychia, Onycholysis, melanonychia, splinter hemorrhage, nail[] […] ridges Pale nails White lines White color under the nails If you have splinter hemorrhages, see the doctor immediately.[]

  • Fibroma

    Clinically, it presents with yellow discoloration along the entire nail plate, proximal splinter hemorrhages, and a tendency toward transverse overcurvature of the nail plate[] […] plate. 4 Clinically, OM presents with yellow discoloration along the entire nail plate and proximal splinter hemorrhages.[] Onychomatricoma is the only tumor that actively produces a nail plate.[]

    Missing: Congenital Vitamin B12 Deficiency
  • Cutaneous Candidiasis

    Aging changes in hair and nails Fungal nail infection Ingrown toenail Nail abnormalities Nail injuries Paronychia Splinter hemorrhages [ Read More ] Skin Infections Your skin[]

    Missing: Congenital Vitamin B12 Deficiency
  • Psoriasis

    Other classical signs include oil drop discoloration, subungual hyperkeratosis, and splinter hemorrhages.[] Idiopathic splinter hemorrhages. J Am Acad Dermatol 2004; 50: 289–92 PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar 21. Francès C, Piette JC, Saada V, et al.[] , onycholysis, and splinter hemorrhages represent changes of nail bed psoriasis.[]

    Missing: Congenital Vitamin B12 Deficiency
  • Pernicious Anemia

    , or other vitamin B12 transporters (Transcobalamin deficiency).[] Macrocytic achylic anemia; Congenital pernicious anemia; Juvenile pernicious anemia; Vitamin B12 deficiency (malabsorption) Antony AC. Megaloblastic anemias.[] Alternative names for pernicious anemia are vitamin B12 deficiency (malabsorption), Addison's anemia, and congenital pernicious anemia.[]

    Missing: Splinter Hemorrhages of Nails

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