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149 Possible Causes for Doughy Skin

  • Acromegaly

    skin texture, hyperhidrosis Deepening of the voice, macroglossia , obstructive sleep apnea Carpal tunnel syndrome Skeletal effects Large skull , coarsened features ; : enlarged[] […] acromegaly) Endocrinopathies (eg, hypogonadism, diabetes and/or impaired glucose tolerance, hyperprolactinemia) Acromegaly Signs and symptoms of acromegaly include the following: Doughy-feeling[] Skin changes associated with acromegaly include: Enlarged swollen feet and hands The skin is thickened and may feel doughy Thick and hard nails Deepening of forehead creases[]

  • Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Type Progeroid

    Features that are unique to this type include short stature ; bowing of the legs; weak muscle tone; sparse scalp hair and eyebrows; s oft, doughy skin; and thin, translucent[] People with this have extremely soft, doughy skin that is easily bruised and scarred. They also are more likely to have hernias.[] […] hyperextensibility; soft, doughy skin; thin, translucent skin Pes planus (flat feet) Delayed motor development Fragile bones from low bone mineral density (osteopenia) Mild[]

  • Recurrent Neisseria Infections due to Factor D Deficiency

    skin 4) Defective cell-mediate immunity Infections in cartilage hair hypoplasia syndrome VZV / HSV and respiratory tract leading to bronchiectasis Mutaiton in cartilage hair[] skin, Broad nose, fleshy nose Bone defects in Hyper IgE syndrome Fractures / osteopenia, scoliosis, hyperextensible joints Oral defects in Hyper IgE syndrome Arched palate[] Monitor for endocrinopathy annually Cartilage hair hypoplasia syndrome features 1) Fine, sparse, hypopigmented hair 2) Short-limbed dwarf with metaphyseal dysostosis 3) Doughy[]

  • Anemia

    , hair, and nail changes are seen in hypothyroidism: Pale, cool, and thick or "doughy" skin Dry, brittle hair, and hair loss, especially near the outer edge of the eyebrows[] […] stiffness, in addition to weakness Skin/Hair/Nail Changes Due to decreased blood flow, water retention, and slowed processes (for example, hair regrowth), the following skin[]

  • Myxedema

    skin Gastrointestinal Decreased motility Abdominal distension Paralytic ileus Fecal impaction Myxedema megacolon—late Hyperventilation Hypothermia Myxedematous face Generalized[] The term myxedema was originally used to describe a special type of skin swelling. Myxedema skin is thicker than normal, with a dry waxy coating. It has a "doughy" feel.[] […] mentation Alopecia Bladder dystonia and distension Cardiovascular Elevated diastolic blood pressure—early Hypotension—late Bradycardia Delayed reflex relaxation Dry, cool, doughy[]

  • Weaver Syndrome

    Additional clinical features which may help in stratifying individuals to EZH2 mutation testing include camptodactyly, soft, doughy skin, umbilical hernia, and a low, hoarse[] Additional features may include camptodactyly, soft doughy skin, umbilical hernia, and a low hoarse cry.[] Although there is phenotypic overlap between Weaver syndrome and Sotos syndrome, WS patients have additional clinical features including camptodactyly, doughy skin, umbilical[]

  • Macrocephaly

    skin, variable developmental delays and other neurologic problems such as seizures and low muscle tone.[] […] commonly found signs include macrocephaly , congenital macrosomia , extensive cutaneous capillary malformations , body asymmetry, extra or fused fingers or toes, lax joints, doughy[]

  • Vomiting

    skin (especially on the belly and upper arms and legs) inactivity or decreased alertness excessive sleepiness or disorientation deep, rapid breathing fast or weakened pulse[] […] that looks flatter than usual or somewhat sunken appears weak or limp In kids and teens: no urination for 6-8 hours dry mouth (might look "sticky" inside) dry, wrinkled, or doughy[]

  • Arterial Tortuosity Syndrome

    She was reported to have thin, doughy skin, easy bruisability, one shoulder subluxation without dislocations, and an episode of rectal prolapse.[] skin 0001027 Telangiectases of the cheeks 0007421 Umbilical hernia 0001537 Ventricular hypertrophy 0001714 Showing of 81 Last updated: 11/1/2018 Making a diagnosis for a[] The skin is soft or doughy and is often hyperextensible.[]

  • Chelidonium

    skin, local and general, edema, dull pain or constant aching in the limbs and muscles, aching in the front head and occiput, vertigo, weariness, irritability, inactivity,[] […] manifestations, among which are slow pulse, frequent palpitations, a feeling of weight, stiffness and swellings of the hands, feet and limbs, cold extremities, pallid and doughy[]

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