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128 Possible Causes for Diabetes Mellitus, Facial Swelling, Nose Enlargement

  • Acromegaly

    Symptoms of acromegaly The main signs of acromegaly are: changes to facial features, such as a broadening nose, enlarging jaw and more widely spaced teeth enlarged lips or[] Abstract A 66-year-old woman with acromegaly and diabetes mellitus as well as primary hyperthyroidism is described.[] This leads to coarse facial features, soft tissue swelling (including the tongue), enlargement of the hands and feet, respiratory problems, hypertension, diabetes mellitus[]

  • Rhinocerebral Mucormycosis

    A 70-year-old woman, with uncontrolled type 2 diabetes mellitus, presented with a one-month history of non-specific headaches associated with progressive swelling of her left[] Symptoms such as pain mimicking sinusitis, facial swelling, oral or dental pain, and fever were found in most patients.[] We present an 8-yr-old girl with type 1 diabetes mellitus who has survived such an infection for 2 yr, and who has minimal residual morbidity.[]

  • Sinusitis

    Symptoms are similar to a sinus infection — congestion, facial pain and swelling, and discharge — but you may be severely ill with these symptoms.[] Other possible conditions that can block the normal flow of secretions out of the sinuses and can lead to sinusitis are: Abnormalities in the structure of the nose Enlarged[] Abstract Acute fulminant invasive fungal sinusitis is most commonly found in immunocompromised patients with conditions such as diabetes mellitus, malignancies and acquired[]

  • Chronic Alcoholism

    External signs of chronic alcoholism: an expansion of blood vessels in the region of the nose and cheeks, flabbiness of the skin and muscles.[] The patient had underlying diseases, namely chronic alcoholism and diabetes mellitus.[] Intracellular and extracellular magnesium depletion in type 2 (non-insulin-dependent) diabetes mellitus. Diabetologia 1993 ; 36 : 767 -770. Nathan PE .[]

  • Lethal Midline Granuloma

    The patient stated that about a year before, a small growth had appeared on his nose, became ulcerated and then enlarged progressively.[] Search Text: diabet* mellitus {finds all that have a word that starts with "diabet" and also contains the word "mellitus"} 4.[] Physical exam Upon observation, key findings include facial swelling and erythema.[]

  • Otitis Media

    Middle ear infections often occur at the same time as a cold, allergies, nose and throat infection, or enlarged adenoids (glands at the top of the throat).[] Search Text: diabet* mellitus {finds all that have a word that starts with "diabet" and also contains the word "mellitus"} 4.[] Abstract We report an unusual case in which a 28-year-old woman presented with a long-standing history of ear discharge, hearing loss, facial weakness with ipsilateral facial[]

  • Erysipelas

    In one patient, the facial lesion followed the onset of fever by 48 hours, and, in the other, the facial swelling preceded the fever.[] […] as well as the cheeks Fever, chills and shaking Enlarged and tender local lymphatic nodes Headaches Vomiting Fatigue Currently, erysipelas is always recognizable.[] Factors that predispose pediatric patients to the development of erysipelas include very young age, diabetes mellitus, an immunocompromised state, and nephrotic syndrome.[]

  • Rhinophyma

    […] bulbous enlarged nose need not be permanent.[] Search Text: diabet* mellitus {finds all that have a word that starts with "diabet" and also contains the word "mellitus"} 4.[] […] and swelling.[]

  • Furuncle of the Nose

    mellitus.[] Signs & Symptoms Pus-filled boil/pimple inside the nostril that is red and very painful Nasal swelling and redness Facial edema Untreated infections can develop into an abscess[] Diabetes Mellitus can be a predisposing factor. Furuncles are most common in young men with acne especially on the face, back of trunk and lower limbs.[]

  • Abscess of Salivary Gland

    The involved parotid gland is enlarged and tender at times. The cause is unknown.[] He did not have a history of HIV infection, diabetes mellitus, or tuberculosis infection.[] Clinically she was pyrexial (37.7 C), dehydrated and in discomfort due to left facial swelling with a marked degree of trismus.[]

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