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53 Possible Causes for Erythema Multiforme, Hilar Adenopathy, Lymphocytosis

  • Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

    Involvement of hilar and mediastinal lymph nodes is less common than in HL.[] Thrombocytosis and lymphocytosis may also occur. Renal function and electrolytes: obstructive nephropathy, hypercalcaemia. LFTs. Serology: HIV, HTLV-1, hepatitis C.[] […] lymphomatous meningitis GI obstruction, perforation, and bleeding in a patient with GI lymphoma (may also be caused by chemotherapy) Pain secondary to tumor invasion Leukocytosis (lymphocytosis[]

  • Sarcoidosis

    adenopathy.[] […] nodosum : tender, 1-2cm bumps mostly on the shins; often accompanied by arthritis in the ankles, elbows, wrists and hands ( Löfgren syndrome ) nummular eczema erythema multiforme[] The cerebrospinal fluid analysis showed a moderately elevated protein content and a significant lymphocytosis 86.5%.[]

  • Mycoplasma Pneumonia

    Radiographic findings Most frequently: interstitial infiltrates with predilection for lower lobes, commonly with hilar adenopathy Occasionally presents with a lobar pneumonia[] Abstract Erythema multiforme (EM) is an immune-mediated hypersensitivity reaction often related to viral infection or medications.[] Consolidated pneumonia, large effusions, and hilar adenopathy are uncommonly reported, and severe disease has been described in certain patient populations, including those[]

  • Hodgkin Lymphoma

    […] or mediastinal adenopathy Most common manifestation Present in 90-99% Commonly multiple lymph node groups involved Anterior mediastinal and retrosternal nodes commonly involved[] Infection : Certain viral and bacterial infections that transform lymphocytes increase the risk, such as the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), which causes glandular fever.[] adenopathy is usually bilateral but asymmetric Anterior mediastinal nodes commonly involved They may calcify after radiation therapy Staging (Ann Arbor) Stage I is adenopathy[]

  • Mycoplasma Infection

    Blisters due to mycoplasma Erythema multiforme M. pneumoniae may occasionally cause bullous erythema multiforme (EM; EM major).[] Patient may remain asymptomatic or present with following signs and symptoms: Non-productive cough Pharyngitis Low-grade fever Headache Malaise Erythema multiforme (rash characterized[] In patients with erythema multiforme, supportive care and close observation is essential.[]

  • Histoplasmosis

    adenopathy with diffuse nodular infiltrates in about 50% of patients Bronchoalveolar lavage or tissue biopsy may be necessary to obtain histology specimens; serologic testing[] Erythema multiforme is a target or bull's eye type of skin reaction. This too is an immunologic reaction and organisms cannot be obtained from this site.[] Computed tomographic chest scan of the patient in the illustrative case, showing diffuse miliary pulmonary infiltrate (inset) without mediastinal mass or hilar adenopathy.[]

  • Coccidioidomycosis

    Joaquin Valley) Primary Coccidioidomycosis  Most are asymptomatic  Clinically, may have arthralgias, skin rash  X-ray  Patchy infiltrates mainly in lower lobes (80%)  Hilar[] […] or erythema multiforme after 3-21 days.[] increased from 2 to 4 months postpartum, although values were still lower than those of comparable healthy women.17 A literature search revealed only one rheumatologic study[]

  • Transient Sarcoidosis

    Kviem-Siltzbach test (90% with hilar adenopathy). 41.[] Cytology demonstrated lymphocytosis without malignant cells, and flow cytometry was negative for lymphoma. The workup for infection was negative.[] It is indistinguishable clinically and histopathologically from erythema multiforme of other causes [ 214 ].[]

  • Tularemia

    , suggesting oral ingestion of bacteria Pneumonic † Uncommon Infiltrates with asymmetric hilar adenopathy, with or without bloody pleural effusion Oropharyngeal Rare Sore[] We present the case of an 11-year old girl who presented with erythema multiforme minor in the setting of an indolent but progressive soft tissue infection and was found to[] […] kidney, stomach or heart. ( J267 .59.w1) In experimentally infected mice, after subcutaneous inoculation: ( J119 .37.w1) Spleen, liver, blood: on Giemsa stained smears, lymphocytosis[]

  • Lymphoma

    CT can reveal hilar and mediastinal adenopathies 9, 24.[] multiforme exudativum) 695.1 Stewart-Morel syndrome (hyperostosis frontalis interna) 733.3 Sticker's disease (erythema infectiosum) 057.0 Stickler syndrome 759.89 Sticky[] Thrombocytosis and lymphocytosis may also occur. Renal function and electrolytes: obstructive nephropathy, hypercalcaemia. LFTs. Serology: HIV, HTLV-1, hepatitis C.[]

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