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32 Possible Causes for Edema of Dorsum of Hands and Feet, Neonatal Collodion Skin

  • Ketoadipicaciduria

    , NAILS, HAIR: [Skin]; Neonatal collodion skin MUSCLE, SOFT TISSUE: Edema of dorsum of hands and feet; Hypotonia NEUROLOGIC: [Central nervous system]; Mental retardation,[] Diseases for Edema of Dorsum of Hands and Feet listed by probability for chosen subpopulation according to the database at Occurrence Neu-laxova syndrome pictures.[] Edema of the dorsum of hands MedGen UID: 442833 • Concept ID: C2751873 • Finding An abnormal accumulation of fluid beneath the skin on the back of the hands.[]

  • Gaucher Disease, Collodion Type

    A severe neonatal type 2 variant who presented with collodion skin, ichthyosis, and a rapid neurodegenerative course had two novel acid beta-glucosidase alleles: a complex[] Perinatal or neonatal cases of acute neuronopathic GD may present with severe neonatal ichthyosis or collodion skin, arthrogryposis, and facial dysmorphy.[] “Type 2 Gaucher disease: the collodion baby phenotype revisited”. Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed. vol. 82. 2000. pp. F163-6.[]

    Missing: Edema of Dorsum of Hands and Feet
  • Chronic Neutrophilic Leukemia

    Similar lesions developed over dorsum of both feet and lower legs over the next few days.[] The surface showed pseudovesiculation and marked edema [Figure 1] and [Figure 2].[] […] well defined, violaceous, edematous, papules and plaques, over the entire face, front and back of neck, retroauricular area, extensor aspect of arms, dorsal aspect of both hands[]

    Missing: Neonatal Collodion Skin
  • Keratitis Bullosa

    “Harlequin baby” and “collodion baby” are extreme congenital forms that may have congenital ectropion. 16 They frequently succumb to skin infections in the neonatal period[]

    Missing: Edema of Dorsum of Hands and Feet
  • Toxic Shock Syndrome

    , and "symmetrical" synovitis with pitting edema on the dorsum of the hands and feet.[] However, pitting edema on the dorsum of his hands and feet appeared on day 7, and the patient also had painful wrist and ankle joints.[] Remitting seronegative symmetrical synovitis with pitting edema (RS3PE) is a rare syndrome characterized by "remitting," "seronegative" (namely rheumatoid factor-negative)[]

    Missing: Neonatal Collodion Skin
  • Mycosis Fungoides

    […] of hands and feet/bullae dorsum and feet/conjunctivitis/hospitalisation due to skin ulcers (Desai 1988) diffuse permanent telangiectasia/linear sclerosis/Ischaemic ulceration[] Rupoli 2005) extracorporeal photopheresis sarcoma (Korpusik 2008) imiquimod no reported SAEs found electron beam total epilation (Braverman 1987, Desai 1988), nail dystrophy/edema[]

    Missing: Neonatal Collodion Skin
  • Transient Neonatal Pustular Melanosis

    The rarer lamellar form and congenital ichthyosiform erythroderma are present at birth and may present with a shiny, tight layer of skin called a collodion membrane.[] Neonatal lupus erythematosus ( Fig. 41-15 ): Characterized by congenital heart block and annular papulosquamous skin lesions on the forehead and cheeks.[]

    Missing: Edema of Dorsum of Hands and Feet
  • Congenital Ichthyosis

    Some babies with X-related ichthyoses present with a collodion-like appearance in the neonatal period.[] At birth, the entire skin of the neonate is covered by a membrane which resembles a parchment paper or a collodion.[] The collodion membrane should peel off or “shed” 2 to 4 weeks after birth, revealing the underlying skin disorder.[]

    Missing: Edema of Dorsum of Hands and Feet
  • Analbuminemia

    On postnatal 6 th day, she was extubated and her clinical condition was stable up to 24 th day when she had minimal edema on dorsum of hands and feet.[] The albumin concentration was again low, and she received one additional infusion for abdominal distension, which was thought to be related to intestinal edema.[]

    Missing: Neonatal Collodion Skin
  • Inherited Ichthyosis

    […] and five percent mortality as neonate [4].[] Skin peeling occurs from weeks to months of life [5].[] CB presents at birth with erythroderma and shiny, tight skin resembling parchment (the so-called collodion membrane) covering the entire body [4].[]

    Missing: Edema of Dorsum of Hands and Feet

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