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35 Possible Causes for Elbow Dimples, Hodgkin's Disease, Joint Contracture

  • Eosinophilic Fasciitis

    In patients with insidious onset or without treatment, skin changes can evolve from edema to induration and peau d' orange dimpling.[] A 14-year-old boy was suspected of having a myopathy with joint contractures.[] Only a few cases of EF have been previously described preceding or concomitant to the Hodgkin disease, peripheral T-cell lymphoma, B-cell lymphoma, and mycosis fungoides.[]

  • Autosomal-Recessive Non-Lethal Multiple Pterygium Syndrome

    Pterygia (these are winglike triangular membranes occurring typically in the neck, knees, elbows, ankles or fingers).[] contractures, ptosis, camptodactyly of the hands with hypoplastic flexion creases, vertebral fusions, severe scoliosis and short stature.[] 605027 PROP1 5q35.3 Pituitary hormone deficiency, combined, 2 262600 PRPS1 Xq22.3 Arts syndrome 301835 Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease, X-linked recessive, 5 311070 Deafness,[]

  • Osteoglophonic Dwarfism

    Skin dimples have sometimes been considered a benign autosomal dominant trait.[] contractures, normal sclera, deforming fractures Bruck syndrome – bone fractures, clubfoot, normal to blue sclera, congenital joint contractures Shortened life span FLNA[] PMID 9484786 Detection and significance of bone marrow infiltration at the time of autologous bone marrow transplantation in Hodgkin's disease.[]

  • Autosomal Dominant Prognathism

    Aortic aneurysm Widely spaced teeth Elbow dislocation Phimosis Sparse eyebrow Pear-shaped nose Vertebral fusion Cortical dysplasia Long fingers Prominent metopic ridge Slender[] An increased incidence of lymphoproliferative disorders has also been noted, particularly of non-Hodgkin lymphomas [ 58, 69 – 72 ] and of Hodgkin disease [ 73, 74 ].[] Symptoms Joints: Congenital multiple joint contractures Neuro: Markedly decreased fetal movement Head: Microcephaly; Holoprosencephaly Growth: Intrauterine growth retardation[]

  • Lethal Congenital Contracture Syndrome 6

    Pterygia (these are winglike triangular membranes occurring typically in the neck, knees, elbows, ankles or fingers).[] […] atrophy and congenital non-progressive joint contractures.[] Defects in ALK are found in a form of non-Hodgkin lymphoma and cause susceptibility to neuroblastoma type 3.[]

  • X-Linked Congenital Lower Limb Arthrogyrposis

    Other features included dimples in the elbows, short and tapering fingers, and sacral dimple. He had several surgeries to correct the lower limb skeletal anomalies.[] Knee flexion contracture MedGen UID: 98042 • Concept ID: C0409355 • Finding A bent (flexed) knee joint that cannot be straightened actively or passively.[] lymphoma Abnormality of the hair Large face Cellular immunodeficiency Neurological speech impairment Cryptorchidism Apnea Hepatocellular carcinoma Coarse facial features[]

  • Antecubital Pterygium

    There was dimpling in the elbows (Fig. 2e ). Pterygium was noted in the axillary region.[] It is known that there is the rebound phenomenon after treatment of congenital joint contracture.[] Associated malignancies include Hodgkin's disease, oropharyngeal, esophageal, gastric, and pancreatic carcinomas, and squamous cell carcinomas.[]

  • Lethal Congenital Contracture Syndrome 1

    Pterygia (these are winglike triangular membranes occurring typically in the neck, knees, elbows, ankles or fingers).[] Lethal congenital contracture syndrome 1 is a fatal form of arthrogryposis, a disorder characterized by non-progressive joint contractures that are present at birth.[] Ectodermal Dysplasia Syndrome 2 RAS-Associated Autoimmune Leukoproliferative Disorder 2 Recessive Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa 2 Refsum Disease, Classic 3 Reis-Bucklers[]

  • Acro-Pectoral Syndrome

    Dimples over elbows and knees have been observed in prune belly syndrome, Joubert syndrome and facial clefting syndrome.[] contracture rigid deformity present in all patients Onset of pain usually follows several years after development of joint contracture and contractures progress during childhood[] disease Peripheric Arquitecture full of malignant Manifested mielofibrosis encounter Effects on patophysiologic haemophille Treatment of plasmatic fresh coagulose Serum fusions[]

  • Humerus Trochlea Aplasia

    Sulcus sign: This is dimpling of skin below the acromion with longitudinal traction.[] This is a congenital flexion contracture of the proximal interphalangeal joint (Fig. 8.8 ). It affects 1–2 % of the population, usually the little finger.[] lymphoma Hodgkin's disease Hoepffner Dreyer Reimers syndrome Hollow visceral myopathy Holmes Benacerraf syndrome Holmes Borden syndrome Holmes Collins syndrome Holmes Gang[]

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