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1,477 Possible Causes for Facial Redness, Lower Extremity Cellulitis, Meralgia Paresthetica

  • Obesity

    The risk of the severe and sustained lower extremity venous stasis disease in severe obesity is pretibial ulceration and cellulitis.[] Meralgia paresthetica and tight trousers. JAMA 1984 ; 251 : 1553. 23. Meralgia paresthetica in a policeman: The belt or the gun.[] […] and carbuncles Extremity: Venous varicosities, lower extremity venous and/or lymphatic edema Miscellaneous: Reduced mobility and difficulty maintaining personal hygiene See[]

  • Morbid Obesity

    The diagnosis of lymphedema in the lower extremities starts with the appearance of “Stemmer’s Sign” – the inability to pinch a fold of skin at the base of the toes (see Figure[] Skin inflammation, a basic feature of lymphedema, can cause chronic pain, functional impairment, and recurrent cellulitis.[]

  • Diabetes Mellitus

    BACKGROUND: Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus is a serious metabolic disease that is often associated with vascular complications. There are 1.9 million people living with Diabetes in Ethiopia; diabetes mellitus is found to be the ninth leading cause of death related to its complications. Although the rate of vascular[…][]

    Missing: Facial Redness
  • Peripheral Neuropathy

    A common peripheral neuropathy, meralgia paresthetica, is characterized by burning sensations, numbness, and sensitivity of the front of the thighs.[] Entrapment of the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve at the waist, called meralgia paresthetica , causes numbness at the outer part of the thigh.[]

    Missing: Facial Redness
  • Dermatitis

    Key Points About Seborrheic Dermatitis Seborrheic dermatitis is a type of eczema, most often causing facial redness, skin dryness or dandruff/scalp itchiness.[] Newborns may develop SD with a thick, yellow, crusted scalp lesion (cradle cap); fissuring and yellow scaling behind the ears; red facial papules; and stubborn diaper rash[] Rosacea Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory disease, mainly affecting facial skin.[]

    Missing: Meralgia Paresthetica
  • Erysipelas

    View Article PubMed Google Scholar Lewis SD, Peter GS, Gomez-Marin O, Bisno AL: Risk factors for recurrent lower extremity cellulitis in a U.S. veterans medical center population[] The underlying skin is painful, intensely red, hardened (indurated), swollen, and warm. Facial erysipelas classically involve the cheeks and the bridge of the nose.[] […] of the lower extremities: diagnostic value of bacterial cultures of ipsilateral interdigital space samples, Clin Infect Dis, 1996 , vol. 23 (pg. 1162 - 4 ) 3 Anal colonization[]

    Missing: Meralgia Paresthetica
  • Leg Cellulitis

    Diagnosing and managing lower limb cellulitis. Nurs Times . 2012;108(27):18-21. Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society (WOCN).[] Facial cellulitis is diagnosed by the appearance of redness and swelling on the face that most often affects the skin on or around the eyes, nose or cheeks.[] When it affects the lower extremities, cellulitis must be differentiated from stasis dermatitis, which is associated most commonly with bilateral, chronic dependent edema[]

    Missing: Meralgia Paresthetica
  • Anaphylaxis

    The healthcare provider prescribes an inhaled bronchodilator and I.V. ampicillin, a broad-spectrum antibiotic, for left lower extremity cellulitis.[] But, because of his left lower extremity cellulitis, he'll be admitted to a medical floor for continued treatment with a different I.V. antibiotic. Before discharge, Mr.[]

    Missing: Meralgia Paresthetica
  • Cellulitis

    Objective To characterize the national health care burden of misdiagnosed cellulitis in patients admitted for treatment of lower extremity cellulitis.[] Facial cellulitis is diagnosed by the appearance of redness and swelling on the face that most often affects the skin on or around the eyes, nose or cheeks.[] In children, about 1 in 12 cases of facial cellulitis leads to meningitis. Cellulitis occurs in different forms. Periorbital cellulitis occurs around the eye sockets.[]

    Missing: Meralgia Paresthetica
  • Rosacea

    Physicians are often presented with patients complaining of facial redness and difficult to control rosacea.[] Typically, rosacea is characterized by facial redness and flushing.[] redness and erythematotelangiectatic rosacea.[]

    Missing: Lower Extremity Cellulitis Meralgia Paresthetica