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182 Possible Causes for Dermatographia, Koebner Phenomenon

  • Adult-Onset Still Disease

    It commonly appears on the trunk, neck, or extremities and may be associated with dermatographism, Koebner phenomenon (lesions arising at sites of trauma/pressure), pruritus[] In one-third of patients, the rash is mildly pruritic and develops at sites of pressure or trauma (Koebner’s phenomenon).[] Cutaneous manifestations of AOSD: The common ones are Still’s Rash, Koebner phenomenon, Dermatographism.[]

  • Pruritic Rash

    This is known as the Koebner phenomenon. The oral mucosa is involved in about 50 percent of the cases. Nails are involved in 10 percent of cases.[] It is important to rule out other causes of parallel, streak-like skin lesions, such as Koebner phenomenon due to inflammatory, infectious, or self-inflicted processes, or[] phenomenon (development of typical lesions at the site of trauma); keys to diagnosis are purple color and distribution of lesions 20 Skin biopsy is diagnostic and often done[]

  • Lichen Planus

    .  Koebner’s phenomenon (isomorphic response).  After lesions subside, post lichen hyperpigmentation occurs. 8. Koebner's Phenomenon 9.[] phenomenon: new lesions at sites of trauma Lichen planopilaris: primary site of involvement is the epithelium of hair follicles, causing alopecia Wickham straie: white dots[] This is called “the Koebner phenomenon”.[]

    Missing: Dermatographia
  • Vitiligo

    Evaluation was also made by dermatologists to define vitiligo subtype, body surface area, Koebner phenomenon (KP), and so on. Data were assessed by computer software.[] Multivariate analysis demonstrated that the Koebner phenomenon (KP; OR 10.632, P 0.0001), multiple HN (OR 3.918, P 0.0001), and a familial history of vitiligo (OR 3.222, P[] phenomenon).[]

    Missing: Dermatographia
  • Psoriasis

    Thus, the authors report the first case of Koebner phenomenon in ophthalmic literature, with a review of previously published postsurgical cases of Koebnerization in psoriasis[] phenomenon triggers (excoriation, maceration) and infectious foci (Streptococcus pyogenes).[] phenomenon triggers (excoriation, maceration) and infectious foci ( Streptococcus pyogenes ).[]

    Missing: Dermatographia
  • Lichen Sclerosus

    KEYWORDS: Koebner phenomenon; Lasers and light sources; fractional laser; lichen sclerosus et atrophicus[] The Koebner phenomenon, which occurs in damaged skin secondary to inflammation, also produces LS.[] LS AND THE ISOMORPHIC PHENOMENON LS exhibits the isomorphic or "Koebner" phenomenon.[]

    Missing: Dermatographia
  • Urticaria

    Other causes include: infections, including viruses exercise anxiety or stress sun exposure exposure to cold, such as cold water or snow contact with chemicals scratching (dermatographia[] Pressure Urticaria –Pressure urticaria is a form of hives and wheals that develop in response to physical pressure (similar to dermatographia).[]

    Missing: Koebner Phenomenon
  • Psoriatic Arthritis

    Some patients with psoriasis experience an event known as a Koebner phenomenon, where new lesions develop at sites of previous cutaneous trauma.[] Trauma to a joint sometimes triggers psoriatic arthritis and is considered the articular equivalent of the Koebner phenomenon (appearance of a psoriatic plaque in the area[] A similar "deep" Koebner phenomenon has been postulated as contributing to the development of arthritis in these patients following injury to deeper structures.[]

    Missing: Dermatographia
  • Systemic Mastocytosis

    […] usually occurs as a solitary lesion in infants. systemic mastocytosis signs and symptoms: constitutional; fatigue, fever, weight loss skin manifestations; urticaria, pruritus, dermatographia[]

    Missing: Koebner Phenomenon
  • Atopic Dermatitis

    Sweat is a transparent hypotonic body fluid made from eccrine sweat glands. Various ingredients contained in sweat are involved in a broad sense in skin homeostasis including temperature regulation, skin moisture, and immune functions. Thus, sweat plays a major role in maintaining skin homeostasis. Therefore, abnormal[…][]

    Missing: Dermatographia

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