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51 Possible Causes for Down Syndrome, Impetigo, Pica

  • Pruritic Rash

    Diabetes * Urinary frequency, thirst, weight loss, vision changes Urine and blood glucose HbA 1C Iron deficiency anemia Fatigue, headache, irritability, exercise intolerance, pica[] […] infection: Clusters of sometimes painful fluid-filled blisters or sores, classic sites are lower back, buttocks and thighs in HSV-2 infection, and face in HSV-1 Bullous impetigo[] […] gangrene 壊疽(えそ) granuloma 肉芽腫 h hair follicle 毛包 Hashimoto's thyroiditis 橋本甲状腺炎〈 橋本病〉 herpes 疱疹 herpes zoster 帯状疱疹 hyperkeratosis 過角化 hyperthermia 温熱療法 i ichthyosis 魚鱗癬(ぎょりんせん) impetigo[]

  • Hookworm Infection

    Down's syndrome.[] The symptoms, as first observed among the negroes, were pain in the stomach, capricious appetite, pica (or dirt-eating), obstinate constipation followed by diarrhoea, palpitations[] Some patients may have pica and ingest dirt, which puts them at further risk for infection and Wakana syndrome, characterized by and pharyngeal itching, hoarseness, nausea[]

  • Iron Deficiency

    (an irresistible urge to move the legs when sitting or lying down).[] […] here is related to a 5-year-old girl referred with an abdominal mass and anemia, diagnosed with Rapunzel syndrome and developing trichobezoar due to iron deficiency and pica[] Iron deficiency may also predispose to bacterial and fungal infections such as impetigo , boils and candidiasis . What tests should be done?[]

  • Sweet Syndrome

    This article has been double-blind peer reviewed Scroll down to read the article or download a print-friendly PDF including any tables and figures Introduction Sweet’s syndrome[] Paoluzi OA, Crispino P, Amantea A, Pica R, Iacopini F, Consolazio A, et al.[] […] plaques and blisters on the back and later also on the limbs, associated with high fever, without response to antibiotic treatment pres cribed due to suspicion of bullous impetigo[]

  • Pregnancy

    Screening for Down syndrome Down syndrome is a chromosomal disorder affecting 1 in 1,100 babies.[] Some women have nonfood cravings, known as pica.[] Abstract Pustular psoriasis of pregnancy (PPP), also known as impetigo herpetiformis, is a rare condition that affects women in the third trimester of pregnancy through the[]

  • Herpes Zoster

    Other diseases, like Down syndrome, osteogenesis imperfecta, Addison's disease, Leber's congenital amaurosis, and Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome.[] ., Pica, F., Boccia, M.t., De Antoni, F., Sabato, A.F., & Volpi, A. (2010).[] One bacterial skin infection sometimes associated with shingles is impetigo, which most often affects children.[]

  • Autosomal Dominant Mental Retardation 21

    Diabetes mellitus is an occasional feature of a range of genetic syndromes, of which Down's syndrome is the most frequently encountered in clinical practice.[] The most frequent source of lead is pica (ie, ingestion of flaking, old, lead-based paint).[] Causes are: Inflammation (Eczema, psoriasis, folliculitis, impetigo, erysipelas, pemphigus), Nevus, hamartomas (fibroids, neurofibroma, can be present at birth, and can be[]

  • Brandt Syndrome

    WHAT IS DOWN SYNDROME?[] […] inferior cerebellar artery, though 75-90% of large-vessel lateral medullary syndrome is due to vertebral artery disease; with the remaining majority being due to isolated PICA[] Differential diagnosis Differential diagnoses include impetigo contagiosa, candidiasis, psoriasis, and other pathogen-related skin diseases.[]

  • Erythroderma Desquamativum

    Down syndrome –Turner syndrome –Russell-Silver dwarfism –Fetal alcohol syndrome * Anatomic –Cleft lip/palate –Malrotation –Pyloric stenosis * Lead poisoning Prevention -[] […] with Elfin Facies Early Treatment for Malocclusion Earwax Eastern equine encephalitis Eat a Balanced Diet for Mental Health Eating Disorder, Bulimic Type Eating Disorder, Pica[] The disease is possibly related to impetigo of the newborn.[]

  • Zinc Deficiency

    Zinc deficiency is common in low-income pregnant women, pregnant teenagers, people suffering from liver cirrhosis, people with Down”s syndrome, children with alopecia areata[] Routine monitoring of zinc levels is hence unnecessary for asymptomatic patients after RYGB and should be reserved for patients with skin lesions, hair loss, pica, dysgeusia[] She had been misdiagnosed as having impetigo and/or candidiasis and had been treated with topical antifungal agents and both oral and topical antibiotic agents without success[]

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