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150 Possible Causes for Drug Eruptions, Herpes Simplex Infection, Onycholysis

  • Psoriasis

    IL-17/IL-17R/IL-23 deficiency and viral infections in mice IL-17/IL-17R immunity is also linked to pathogenicity of several viruses in animal models, including herpes simplex[] Figure 5: Onycholysis along with salmon patches on thumbnails in a patient with psoriasis Click here to view Onycholysis (separation of nail plate from nail bed) Results from[] Frieling, Psoriasiform Drug Eruptions and Drugs That Flare Psoriasis, Cutaneous Drug Eruptions, 10.1007/978-1-4471-6729-7_14, (141-155), (2015).[]

  • Exfoliative Dermatitis

    Possible etiologic factors included lymphoma, herpes simplex infection, connective tissue disease, and (in five cases) reactions to drugs.[] No fever, hair loss, onycholysis, or nail shedding was detected.[] Erythema multiforme and latent herpes simplex infection. Semin Dermatol. 1992;11(3):207–10. PubMed Google Scholar Orton PW, et al.[]

  • Herpes Gestationis

    The disease was originally known as herpes gestationis because of it visual similarities to herpes simplex infection.[] Nail findings such as onycholysis (separation of nail plate from nail bed) and nail pitting have been described in association with PPP.[] Other differential diagnoses include epidermolysis bullosa acquisita, acute urticaria , bullous scabies , allergic contact dermatitis , drug eruption , and erythema multiforme[]

  • Dermatitis

    simplex infections, and a variety of immunologic abnormalities.[] Onycholysis developing from allergic contact dermatitis to formaldehyde used to harden nails. Fragrances [10, 11] Individuals may develop allergy to fragrances.[] RESULTS: Twenty-three CIE, 82 AD, 39 psoriatic erythroderma, and 99 drug eruption cases were enrolled.[]

  • Cutaneous Candidiasis

    […] otherwise. [5] Differential diagnosis includes listeriosis, syphilis, staphylococcal, and herpes simplex infection as well as erythema toxicum, transient neonatal pustular[] Subungual infections are characterized by distal separation of one or several fingernails ( onycholysis ), with white or yellow discoloration of the subungual area.[] eruptions and langerhans cell histiocytosis.[]

  • Actinic Lichen Planus

    We report the case of a Chinese female with isolated ALP of the lower lip, mimicking herpes simplex infection at presentation.[] Hyperpigmentation, subungual hyperkeratosis, onycholysis, and longitudinal melanonychia can result from lichen planus.[] Abstract Oral lichen planus (LP) is a common manifestation in patients with LP; however, isolated lip LP is rare and may mimic other conditions such as lichenoid drug eruptions[]

  • Onycholysis

    ) Yeast ( Candida infection) Bacteria ( Pseudomonas infection) Virus (herpes simplex infection) Drug associations with onycholysis Photo-induced associations, with medication[] "The Nail Doctor: Onycholysis, or Nail Separation, Has Different Varieties". Nails Magazine. External links [ edit ][] Her nails returned to normal after withdrawal of the drug and application of opaque nail polish.[]

  • Syphilis

    ( A54.02 ) ulceration of vulva in herpesviral [herpes simplex] infection ( A60.04 ) ulceration of vulva in syphilis ( A51.0 ) ulceration of vulva in tuberculosis ( A18.18[] eruptions, psoriasis, lichen planus and acute febrile exanthems.[] ‘We did not identify any new cases of HIV infection or syphilis.’ ‘Screening tests for herpes simplex virus and syphilis were negative.’[]

  • Acneiform Drug Eruption

    Both Stevens-Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis are often caused by infections, especially herpes simplex virus but, when caused by drugs, it is usually penicillins[] […] of the nails Longitudinal erythronychia Malalignment of the nail plate Median nail dystrophy Mees' lines Melanonychia Muehrcke's lines Nail–patella syndrome Onychoatrophy Onycholysis[] An acneiform drug eruption is considered to be an important cutaneous drug-induced adverse effect.[]

  • Onychomycosis

    Nail infection Bacterial (Pseudomonas aeruginosa) Viral (herpes simplex virus, human papillomavirus) Dermatological/systemic disease Bullous diseases (congenital or acquired[] Transverse onycholysis (P .018) was significantly associated with negative pathology results consistent with the diagnosis of nail dystrophy.[] eruption T. tonsurans Eczema T. verrucosum Erythema multiforme Granuloma annulare Nummular dermatitis Pityriasis rosea Pityriasis versicolor* Psoriasis Secondary syphilis[]

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