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179 Possible Causes for Erythema, Peripheral Vascular Occlusive Disease, Thrombosis

  • Thrombosis

    Warmth or erythema of skin can be present over the area of thrombosis.[] There are two forms of thrombosis, venous thrombosis and arterial thrombosis.[] arterial occlusive disease Int Angiol 1955, 14 346-352.[]

  • Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

    […] forearm upper extremity heaviness worse after activity arterial unilateral Raynaud-type symptoms episodic coolness and pallor of the limb, followed by cyanosis and ultimately erythema[] This article describes a case of thoracic outlet syndrome in a volleyball player with an underlying hypercoagulable state who presented with a subclavian vein thrombosis.[] Signs that point to arterial TOS include unilateral Raynaud-type symptoms of episodic pallor, erythema, and cyanosis with a distribution of symptoms to the distal circulation[]

  • Venous Stasis Ulcer

    Magnetic resonance imaging of angiographically occult runoff vessels in peripheral arterial occlusive disease. N Engl J Med. 1992 Jun 11. 326(24):1577-81. [Medline].[] Edematous swelling, erythema and shiny skin consistent with stasis dermatitis may be noted in close proximity to VSU.[] These signs include increase in pain beyond the baseline, increasing erythema of the skin surrounding the ulcer, and lymphangitis, a rapid increase in the size of the ulcer[]

  • Erythromelalgia

    Dermatoscope showed more dilated vessels inside the erythema during the episodes than between the episodes.[] Corresponding Author Department of Hematology, Hemostasis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Research, Internal Medicine, Dijkzigt Hospital, Erasmus University Medical School, Rotterdam[] There were no features to suggest any collagen vascular disease or peripheral occlusive vascular disease. Investigations revealed a normal RBC, platelet and WBC counts.[]

  • Varicose Ulcer

    […] women in late middle age, and presenting as a red painful plaque on the lower limb or ankle that later breaks down into a superficial ulcer surrounded by a zone of purpuric erythema[] DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis) – impaired drainage due to obstruction of the vein by a clot.[] Magnetic resonance imaging of angiographically occult runoff vessels in peripheral arterial occlusive disease. N Engl J Med. 1992 Jun 11. 326(24):1577-81. [Medline].[]

  • Thrombophlebitis Migrans

    Results The most common clinical presentation was with painful nodules mimicking erythema nodosum on the lower extremities. Other sites were on the abdomen and trunk.[] Task Force on Thrombosis ‏, International Committee on Haemostasis and Thrombosis ‏ عرض مقتطف - 1969 Thrombosis Sol Sherry ‏ عرض مقتطف - 1969 Thrombosis Sol Sherry ‏ لا تتوفر[] Arteritis ( Aortitis ) · Buerger's disease Arterial occlusive disease / peripheral vascular disease Arteriosclerosis Atherosclerosis ( Foam cell , Fatty streak , Atheroma[]

  • Penile Gangrene

    Erythema involving his penis and perineum had developed within 24 hours after intravesical administration of mitomycin C, which spilled onto his perineum during catheter removal[] . & Chan, A.K. (2003a) Thrombosis in children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia: part I. Epidemiology of thrombosis in children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.[] When it occurs, it may be due to Fournier’s gangrene 8, peripheral occlusive vascular disease 9, or in some occasional patients a complication of diabetes 10,11.[]

  • Peripheral Vascular Disease

    Three cases of severe occlusive peripheral vascular disease are described in which spontaneous arterio-venous fistulae at the site of atheromatous occlusion have been demonstrated[] Furthermore, it may be difficult to differentiate between the erythema of cellulitis and the rubor of ischemia.[] Venous evaluation for deep vein thrombosis is also performed. This article discusses techniques involved in noninvasive testing.[]

  • Femoral Artery Occlusion

    Post-operative complications such as hematoma, cellulitus, and abscess present with fever, erythema, tenderness, and signs of sepsis.[] Thrombosis of left femoral artery Thrombosis of left leg artery Thrombosis of left popliteal artery Thrombosis of right common femoral artery Thrombosis of right femoral[] Trophic changes: Loss of hair on the extremity may reflect poor circulation, although hair loss alone is a poor indicator of peripheral vascular occlusive disease.[]

  • Calciphylaxis

    Cutaneous calcific uremic arteriolopathy is more frequent and clinically presents as a first phase of cutaneous hardening and erythema, followed by a second phase of ulcerations[] Calciphylaxis is characterized by calcification and thrombosis of arteries resulting in ischemic necrosis of predominantly skin and subcutaneous tissue.[] […] disease, a diagnostician should rule out the possibility of the following skin conditions: Bullous Pemphigoid Cellulitis Vibrio Vulnificus Infection Wegener Granulomatosis Erythema[]

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