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138 Possible Causes for Cushingoid Appearance

  • Primary Pigmented Nodular Adrenocortical Disease 1

    We report a 31-year-old female who presented with secondary amenorrhea, cushingoid appearance, and hypertension without Carney complex.[] Briefly, a 41-year-old man ( Figure 1 ), born in November 1949, came to our outpatient department in October 1990 with cushingoid appearance.[] appearance Masses: Cutaneous Thyroid Breast Testis mass/enlargement (secondary to myxoma) Neurologic: Patients may exhibit neurologic deficits secondary to tumor emboli.[]

  • Keloid

    On presentation, she had a typical Cushingoid appearance and hypertension.[]

  • Lipodystrophy

    appearance.[] Excess fat accumulation in the dorso-cervical (causing a buffalo-hump), supraclavicular and submental regions gives these patients a “Cushingoid appearance” and many of these[] […] loss of subcutaneous adipose tissue from the limbs, buttocks and trunk, followed by a progressive fat accumulation on the face, neck and axillary regions giving patients a cushingoid[]

  • Iatrogenic Cushing's Disease

    appearance, whereas some others develop severe cushingoid adiposity after only a few days or weeks of treatment.[] FIGURE 2 Patient at the time of diagnosis with Cushingoid appearance.[] Most people who appear to have some of the classic physical features of Cushing’s Syndrome (Cushingoid appearance) do not actually have the disease.[]

  • Anakinra

    appearance.[] Over time, he also developed a Cushingoid appearance, associated with the long-term corticosteroid use; however, we were unable to reduce his prednisolone without precipitating[] […] respond to this, the response was only partial; he became corticosteroid dependent (20–30 mg of prednisolone daily PO) and developed corticosteroid-induced glaucoma and a Cushingoid[]

  • Chronic Active Hepatitis

    In addition, these patients may have arthralgia, oligomenorrhea, fluctuating jaundice and cushingoid appearance with striae, hirsutism and acne.[]

  • Olfactory Neuroblastoma

    In the first case, she presented the Cushingoid appearance with systemic edema and her tumor was removed surgically.[] A 39-year-old woman who presented with typical Cushingoid appearance (moon facies, central obesity, purpura) was admitted to our hospital because of pulmonary infection.[] She had no Cushingoid appearance, and there was no edema.[]

  • Ovarian Teratoma

    Cushingoid appearance, may inform a focused investigation.[]

  • Relapsing Polychondritis

    At this stage, she was also developing a cushingoid appearance with impaired glucose tolerance and high blood pressure because of the high steroid dose.[]

  • Cushing Ulcer

    On physical examination, hypertension was noted without any cushingoid appearance.... PMC Free PDF PMC Free Full Text Publisher Full Text New Search Next[]

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