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439 Possible Causes for Diverticulitis, Purpura, Tingling Fingers, Feet and Toes

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  • Essential Thrombocythemia

    Symptoms include dizziness, easy bruising, headache, bloody stools, numbness of the hands or feet, ulcers on the toes or fingers, nosebleeds, prolonged bleeding after surgery[] […] hypergammaglobulinemic purpura ( D89.0 ) cryoglobulinemic purpura ( D89.1 ) essential (hemorrhagic) thrombocythemia ( D47.3 ) hemorrhagic thrombocythemia ( D47.3 ) purpura[] […] a burning and tingling sensation.[] You may also have abnormal blood flow in the toes or feet that causes skin damage in these areas.[]

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  • Hereditary ATTR Amyloidosis

    Cutaneous findings may include purpura, which results from the vascular fragility produced by amyloid deposition in the subendothelium of the small blood vessels.[] You may experience pain, numbness or tingling of the fingers or numbness, lack of feeling or a burning sensation in your toes or the soles of your feet.[] In peripheral polyneuropathy sensory changes can be felt in the soles of the feet and in the toes with a slow progression upwards in the lower limbs.[] Skin lesions The most common skin findings are purpura : petechiae (small red blood spots) and ecchymoses (small, flat blood spots that are a round or irregular shape and[]

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  • Ehlers Danlos Syndrome

    We noted hyperextension and hyperabduction of the fingers ( Fig. 4 ), as well as a marked hypermobility of the elbows, feet and toes.[] The first admission with diverticulitis was identified, and severity of diverticulitis, treatment, colonoscopies, length of stay, and 30-day mortality were investigated.[] […] are insufficient to establish a diagnosis of EDS, and the diagnostic evaluation of such problems should also consider von Willebrand disease, idiopathic thrombocytopenia purpura[] Raynaud’s phenomenon Other related symptoms Digestive disorders such as gastritis, gastroesophageal reflux disease, irritable bowel syndrome, (Other related symptoms cont) diverticulitis[]

  • Pernicious Anemia

    Abstract BACKGROUND: Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (TTP) is a microangiopathic hemolytic anemia that requires emergent treatment with plasma exchange and is one of the[] A person with a B-12 deficiency may notice tingling in their fingers and toes and problems with balance.[] Pins and needles sensations or numbness in fingers or toes Jaundice due to impaired formation of blood cells Glossitis (swollen red tongue) due to B 12 deficiency May present[] Purpurae may be present due to thrombocytopenia. The following investigations are helpful in establishing the diagnosis of pernicious anemia.[]

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  • Vasculitis

    Pain (66%) Paresthesias & Myalgias Distribution: Often not length dependent Hands 40%: More common than in other sensory neuropathies Cramps: Occasional Weakness (22%): Feet[] KEYWORDS: Henöch-Schonlein purpura; IgA vasculitis; adult; diffuse alveolar hemorrhage; plasmapheresis; pulmonary renal syndrome[] Numbness of the fingers is often associated with tingling. What are the symptoms of vasculitis?[] Raynaud’s can also cause pain, numbness, or tingling in fingers and/or toes.[]

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  • Angioedema

    If the condition affects the gastrointestinal tract, there may be severe pain that is often mistaken for appendicitis, diverticulitis or mesenteric ischemia.[] Skin: weals, petechiae, bruising or purpura. Distribution of the oedema: Usually well demarcated and in easily distensible tissues.[] The rash is characterized by red rings that appear on the trunk and appendages as part of a prodrome that may also include a tingling sensation in the area where swelling[] […] transient edema suddenly appearing in areas of the skin or mucous membranes and occasionally of the viscera, often associated with dermatographism, urticaria, erythema, and purpura[]

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  • Idiopathic Cryoglobulinemia

    Features of Type I cryoglobulinaemia Features of Type II and III cryoglobulinaemia Acrocyanosis (blueness of the hands and feet from the cold Blue toe syndrome Retinal haemorrhage[] Henoch-Schönlein purpura. D. Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura. E. Schamberg's disease. Discussion The answer is B: essential mixed cryoglobulinemia.[] fingers and toes with exposure to cold.[] […] cryoglobulins in the blood, called cryoglobulinaemia, can cause symptoms such as bruising, rashes, joint pain, weakness, and Raynaud's phenomenon – pain, paleness, bluing, numbness, tingling[]

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  • Cryoglobulinemia

    Features of Type I cryoglobulinaemia Features of Type II and III cryoglobulinaemia Acrocyanosis (blueness of the hands and feet from the cold Blue toe syndrome Retinal haemorrhage[] The phenomenon is generally seen after several years of chronicity predominantly in the female population resulting in arthralgias, purpuras, and other symptoms, due to vasculitis[] Numbness and tingling and a lack of blood flow to the fingers/or toes when exposed to cold temperatures (Raynaud’s phenomenon) may also occur.[] D69.2 ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Code D69.2 Other nonthrombocytopenic purpura 2016 2017 2018 2019 Billable/Specific Code Applicable To Purpura NOS Purpura simplex Senile purpura[]

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  • Celiac Disease

    Celiac disease can be confused with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) iron-deficiency anemia caused by menstrual blood loss lactose intolerance inflammatory bowel disease diverticulitis[] Thrombocytopenic purpura and coeliac disease. Acta Paediatr Scand 1988 ; 77 : 764 –766. Kahn O, Fiel MI, Janowitz HD.[] CASE PRESENTATION: We report the case of a 55-year-old man with numbness and tingling of the upper extremities due to hypocalcaemia that proved to be an uncommon case of celiac[] FINDINGS: A 60-year-old man, without any gastrointestinal symptoms, developed over the course of one week rapidly progressive gait imbalance, tingling and numbness in his[]

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  • Waldenstrom Macroglobulinemia

    , fingers, toes, ears, or nose Bluish skin discoloration Fingers change color when pressure is applied Pain in the flanks Glands swell up Gum Bleeding Blurred or decreased[] Cutaneous manifestations are usually nonspecific such as purpura, ulcers, and urticarial lesions.[] , or numbness, especially in the hands, feet, fingers, or toes Splenomegaly Vision changes, such as blurred vision or blind spots Weight loss for no reason Diagnostic Exams[] This suggests that the mechanism of immune thrombocytopenia in our case is different from that of idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura.[]

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