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1,544 Possible Causes for Dermatographia, Liver Function Tests Abnormal, Swinging Fever

  • Adult-Onset Still Disease

    In hospital it was found that she had swollen joints, a high swinging fever and blood tests that were consistent with severe inflammation.[] liver function tests.[] liver function test).[]

  • Urticaria

    […] for abnormal liver function tests; ova and parasites for eosinophilia; cryoglobulin titer for elevated liver function tests or elevated creatinine; thyroid autoantibodies[] 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: Swinging Fever
  • Systemic Mastocytosis

    function test abnormalities, ascites, cytopenias, osteoporosis or osteolysis, diarrhea associated with weight loss) distinguishes indolent from aggressive 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[] […] symptoms and urticaria pigmentosa that are refractory to usual therapy. 32 The presence of organ dysfunction (e.g. symptomatic hepatosplenomegaly, clinically-significant liver[]

    Missing: Swinging Fever
  • Acute Cholecystitis

    In severe cases, symptoms can include pain in the RUQ, jaundice and high swinging fevers with rigors and chills (Charcot's triad).[] She had leukocytosis and abnormal liver function tests. She showed abnormal findings of the gallbladder by abdominal computed tomography and ultrasonography.[] We report the case of a 47-year-old male patient who presented with right upper quadrant pain, tenderness, mild jaundice, moderately elevated liver function tests, and ultrasound[]

    Missing: Dermatographia
  • Miliary Tuberculosis of the Liver

    Liver function test abnormalities are common, including elevated alkaline phosphatase and transaminases ( 14, 15 ).[] Some important things to know are: Liver problems. You will have blood tests to monitor your liver function.[] As in first case, abnormalities in the liver function tests reported 2,8,9 include raised levels of alkaline phosphatase and Gamma-GT and hypoalbuminemia.[]

    Missing: Dermatographia
  • Chronic Malaria

    The fever is referred to as a ‘swinging fever’ and the duration between fevers may point to a certain type of malaria: P. ovale/P. vivax 38-42 hours between fevers (‘tertian[]

    Missing: Dermatographia
  • Pruritic Rash

    […] disorder unique to pregnancy. 9 Unrelenting pruritus, abnormal liver function tests in the absence of viral or drug-induced hepatitis, and elevated serum cholic acid are[] […] used interchangeably in the literature. 1 ICP, also called obstetric cholestasis, 8 usually presents in the third rather than the first trimester and is the most common liver[]

    Missing: Swinging Fever
  • Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome

    It features high fever, sweating, severe rigidity of muscles, wide swings of blood pressure, incontinence, confusion and coma.[]

    Missing: Dermatographia
  • Eczema

    […] resulting in abnormal liver function tests *Non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL)* affecting the intestines or any part of the body *The risk of NHL is increased among dermatitis herpetiformis[] Neurological problems: ataxia (loss of balance), polyneuropathy, epilepsy Heart problems: pericarditis and cardiomyopathy Recurrent miscarriages (spontaneous abortion) Fatty liver[] […] may affect patients with dermatitis herpetiformis , especially when it is associated with coeliac disease: Aphthous ulcers and angular cheilitis Dry skin , nail and hair abnormalities[]

    Missing: Swinging Fever
  • Disseminated Tuberculosis

    As in first case, abnormalities in the liver function tests reported 2,8,9 include raised levels of alkaline phosphatase and Gamma-GT and hypoalbuminemia.[] It should be noted that tuberculosis itself may involve the liver, causing abnormal liver function; thus, not all abnormalities in liver function tests noted at baseline should[] However, for patients who have preexisting liver disease or who develop abnormal liver function that does not require discontinuation of the drug, liver function tests should[]

    Missing: Dermatographia