Create issue ticket

15 Possible Causes for Edema of the Hands and Feet, Orange Peel Skin

  • Eosinophilic Fasciitis

    A clinical history and a detailed physical examination, especially with the presence of orange peel skin, are the fundamental clues for the diagnosis. doi:10.4021/jmc118w[] While erythema and edema don't usually affect hands and feet, joint stiffness frequently affects articulations of distal limbs.[] Gerald Gleich A patient’s story: IS THAT AN ORANGE PEEL ON YOUR SKIN, OR DO YOU HAVE EOSINOPHILIC FASCIITIS?[]

  • Lipedema

    […] surface is still relatively smooth (“orange peel skin”), with a thickened fat layer and finely knotted fat structure.[] , feet, upper torso Pain: Present with pressure Pitting edema: No Stemmer’s sign: No Orthostatic edema: Present, particularly in warmer months Other signs: Fat pad at medial[] Stages of lipoedema Stage I: has a normal skin surface.The subcutanous fatty tissue has a soft consistency but multiple small nodules can be palpated ("orange-peel skin").[]

  • Cyclic Edema Syndrome

    […] surface, which give the skin an orange-peel appearance 1 .[] The Dr (endocrinologist) I started seeing tested me for what he ended up concluding me to have Idopathic Edema (swelling of the face, hands, feet, abdomen, weight gain, depression[] Edema is a swelling, usually of the legs, feet , and/or hands due to the accumulation of excessive fluid in the tissues. What is the cause of edema?[]

  • Ichthyosis-Intellectual Disability-Dwarfism-Renal Impairment Syndrome

    (orange peel dimpling, icthyoses) VERY variable presentation of severity and age of onset (from infant-6th decade and from very severe presentation affecting all symptoms[] hands and feet.[] Radiographic features polysyndactyly of the hands (both post-axial and pre-axial) "cup-shaped" hands mirror polysyndactyly of the feet ulnar dimelia absence of the radius[]

  • Ichthyosis-Cheek-Eyebrow Syndrome

    […] coloured or red flat or indurated papules /small plaques Mica scale (peels off in one sheet) Pityriasis rubra pilaris Psoriasis-like symmetrical or erythrodermic scaly rash[] hands and feet.[] Orange-red hue Follicular prominence Cutaneous T cell lymphoma Slowly evolving slightly scaly annular and roundish patches, plaques and sometimes nodules Various morphologies[]

  • Nephrogenic Systemic Fibrosis

    Painful or itchy skin Reddish bumps on your skin Thick, hard, or dimpled skin, like an orange peel Yellow spots or redness on the whites of your eyes Hair loss Swelling of[] […] of the ankles, knees, feet, arms, wrists, and hands, and raised yellow discoloration on sclera.[] […] and sometimes on the body, but almost never on the face or head Skin that may feel "woody" and develop an orange-peel appearance and darkening (excess pigmentation) Burning[]

  • Autosomal Recessive Distal Osteolysis Syndrome

    Cutaneous disease, including striated ichthyosiform hyperkeratosis, whorled pigmentation, cicatricial alopecia, and “orange-peelskin.[] Moreover, she was unable to straighten the hands and feet properly. By the age of five years, walking became a burden because of pain in her feet and stiffness.[] Her contractures were of progressive nature and her gait was characterized by pronation and eversion of her feet associated with edema and limited movements of the interphalangeal[]

  • Spinocerebellar Ataxia with Rigidity and Peripheral Neuropathy

    […] over thighs (orange peel skin), and inverted nipples (considered characteristic clinical features) In the teenage years, evident lower limb atrophy and peripheral neuropathy[] […] tingling loss sensation in hands/ feet difficulty walking muscle dysfunction/ paralysis nystagmus pain confusion Wernicke encephalopathy sx(subacute or chronic onset) psychosis[] […] development, failure to thrive, hypotonia, and multisystem organ failure Dysmorphic facial features, including prominent ears and nose Fat pads over buttocks, abnormal patches of skin[]

  • Pelvic Dysplasia-Arthrogryposis of Lower Limbs Syndrome

    Cutaneous disease, including striated ichthyosiform hyperkeratosis, whorled pigmentation, cicatricial alopecia, and “orange-peelskin.[] The severity of the deformities increases distally in the involved limb, with the hands and feet typically being the most severely affected.[] The condition is commonly associated with polyhydramnios (usually after 25 weeks), narrow chest, micrognathia and nuchal edema (or increased nuchal translucency at 10–14 weeks[]

  • Teratoma

    Local invasion The cancerous tumour locally invades the organ, modifying its aspect or perturbing its functions: classical 'peau d'orange' (orange peel aspect) when breast[] […] of the hands and feet), proteinuria (protein in the urine), and pulmonary edema (fluid in the lungs).[] […] cancer invades the skin, dysphonia when a vocal chord is invaded by a laryngeal carcinoma, deglutition disorders in relation with oesophageal or head and neck tumours, dyspepsia[]

Further symptoms