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59 Possible Causes for Eczema, Peripheral T Cells Decreased, Recurrent Diarrhea

  • Food Allergy

    diarrhea Turkey 1 : 87 Anatolian adults: 1 : 100 Saudi Arabia 12 : 100 Type 1 diabetes Syria 1.5 : 100 Yemen 1 : 18 Chronic diarrhea Asia, South-East Asia, Australasia Australia[] This causes low FOXP3 mRNA levels and markedly decreased protein expression in peripheral blood lymphocytes of affected patients.[] Whilst the association between eczema and food allergy is well established, the role of dietary manipulation in children with eczema remains controversial.[]

  • HIV Infection

    Some patients may have symptoms that are often seen with HIV but are nonspecific, such as chronic diarrhea or nonspecific skin findings (seborrheic dermatitis, multiple molluscum[] Highly active antiretroviral therapy results in a decrease in CD8 T cell activation and preferential reconstitution of the peripheral CD4 T cell population with memory rather[] […] ectoparasites Insect bites Scabies Demodicosis Inflammatory conditions Seborrhoeic dermatitis Psoriasis (new onset and severe forms, including pustular psoriasis and erythroderma ) Eczema[]

  • Graves Disease

    Notably, HLA-DR14, a known risk factor for GD in Japanese individuals and the decreased regulatory T-cell numbers that were seen in the pediatric case, may affect the early[] Savilahti, Mirva Viljanen, Mikael Kuitunen and Erkki Savilahti, Cow’s milk and ovalbumin‐specific IgG and IgA in children with eczema: low β‐lactoglobulin‐specific IgG4 levels[] Central and peripheral tolerance and Th1 cells appeared to be associated with the pathogenesis of GD in 22qDS.[]

  • Hypogammaglobulinemia

    Chronic diarrhea presents as one of the most common clinical presentation of CVID [1-4].[] )CD8(-)) T cells, and decreased natural killer, T helper 17, and regulatory T-cell numbers.[] Babies with hypogammaglobulinemia often get respiratory tract infections, food allergies, and eczema. Infants can also develop urinary tract and intestinal infections.[]

  • Reiter's Syndrome

    We describe a patient with recurrent Clostridium difficile-associated colitis who suffered severe arthritis and urethritis with each of three episodes of diarrhea.[] In some cases, lymphocyte phenotyping reveals abnormal (activated) T-cell subsets (CD4 T cells with decreased or absent expression of surface CD3).[] We report the case of an HIV-positive patient with secondary syphilis, scaling palmoplantar keratoderma, scrotal eczema, balanitis and urethritis mimicking Reiter's syndrome[]

  • Severe Combined Immunodeficiency

    Herein, we present a five-month-old boy with SCID who was referred to our center with recurrent diarrhea, respiratory infection and lymphadenopathy.[] Peripheral tolerance is also markedly decreased in SCID because of several factors including the expansion of T-cell clones as a consequence of the lymphopenia observed in[] Symptoms & Diagnosis Symptoms In addition to frequent and often very severe respiratory infections, other symptoms of SCID in infants include poor growth, rashes that look like eczema[]

  • Immunologic Deficiency Syndromes

    He or she will be at constant risk for: pneumonia chronic diarrhea thrush infections of the mouth and skin many other types of infection, including severe viral infections[] decrease and pulmonary homing of CD4 CD45RO helper memory T cells in cystic fibrosis, Respir Med, 2002, vol. 96 (pg. 87 - 94 ) 22 Diagnostic findings in 95 Finnish patients[] ., MD Clinical Interests Food allergy Anaphylaxis Food sensitivity Immunodeficiency Eczema (atopic dermatitis) Eosinophilic disorders Allergic rhinoconjunctivitis (hay fever[]

  • Mycosis Fungoides

    […] episode of vomiting and diarrhea for past one year.[] Guilhou, Decreased expression of Fas (APO‐1/CD95) on peripheral blood CD4 T lymphocytes in cutaneous T‐cell lymphomas, British Journal of Dermatology, 143, 6, (1205-1210),[] It can be seen in children and is usually mistaken for eczema, vitiligo, or progressive macular hypomelanosis, clinically and histopathologically.[]

  • Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome

    Because of its impact on the host immune system, acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) is currently the major cause of chronic diarrhea in many parts of the world.[] Monoclonal antibody analysis of peripheral-blood T-cell subsets revealed a marked decrease of the T-helper cell subset with inversion of the normal ratio of T-helper to T-suppressor[] Atopic dermatitis, also known as eczema, is a non-contagious inflammatory skin condition.[]

  • Autosomal Dominant Hyper-IgE Syndrome

    From infancy patients present recurrent or chronic pulmonary infections, pondostatural retardation, oral or cutaneous candidiasis, chronic diarrhea, recurrent cutaneous and[] Decreased serum IgM concentrations and peripheral blood T-cell counts are important laboratory findings of DOCK8 deficiency.[] Steroid drugs can be applied topically or systemically in the case of severe eczema.[]

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