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157 Possible Causes for Facial Redness, Plethora

  • Familial Polycythemia

    , fingers, lips and auricles were dark red to cyanosis, mucous membranes and conjunctiva Congestion and vasodilation.[] He had headaches and marked plethora. Erythropoietin levels were not elevated.[] […] infarction; [Vascular]; Coronary artery disease; Hypertension; Peripheral thrombosis RESPIRATORY: Exertional dyspnea ABDOMEN: [Spleen]; Splenomegaly SKIN, NAILS, HAIR: [Skin]; Plethora[]

  • Polycythemia Vera

    PV is also associated with a plethora of symptoms that are poorly controlled by conventional therapy.[] […] percent (0.52) in white men, 47 percent (0.47) in blacks and women Hemoglobin level 18 g per dL (180 g per L) in white men, 16 g per dL (160 g per L) in blacks and women) Plethora[] Plethora or a ruddy complexion is characteristic of PV and results from the marked increase in total red blood cell mass.[]

  • Plethora

    The plethora of targets some of these agents inhibit can result in a wide range of side effects.[] Neonatal plethora must be considered as one cause of 'transient tachypnea of the newborn'.[] Comments on plethora What made you want to look up plethora ?[]

  • Insect Bite

    Common reactions to arthropod stings include: Redness, pain, and swelling Severe reactions such as facial swelling, difficulty breathing, and shock (anaphylaxis) Fever, hives[] A plethora of viruses, bacteria and protozoa may be transmitted by biting insects.[] Insect bites may be inflicted by mosquitos, fleas, bugs, lice and a plethora of other species pertaining to distinct families of the order insects.[]

  • Polycythemia Neonatorum

    These cases termed ‘symptomatic neonatal plethora’ were caused by large placental transfusions associated with delayed clamping of the umbilical cord.[] See Chapter Specific Guidelines Applies to • Plethora of newborn • Polycythemia due to: • donor twin transfusion • maternal-fetal transfusion - ICD-9-CM Chapters, Sections[] Clinical examination may also reveal plethora, signs of heart failure, transient arterial hypertension and genitourinary abnormalities: oliguria, hematuria, and priapism.[]

  • Superior Vena Cava Syndrome

    […] swelling stridor or wheezing nausea lightheadedness red skin on the chest or neck Superior vena cava syndrome in children Although rare, superior vena cava syndrome in children[] Classic symptoms include edema, plethora, and distended veins of the face, neck, and chest; shortness of breath; cough; headache; and hoarseness.[] Her symptoms included severe plethora, facial engorgement and scleral edema, which was associated with hypotension and severe elevation of central venous pressure.[]

  • Cushing's Disease

    […] severe physical and physiological changes in the body, including uncontrollable weight gain, central obesity (abdomen that sticks out with thin arms and legs), a round, red[] The clinical signs suggesting Cushing's disease, such as obesity, moon face, hirsutism, and facial plethora are already present on presentation.[] RESULTS: Hirsutism, plethora facial, muscular weakness and muscular atrophy were more frequent in the MIC patients.[]

  • Iatrogenic Cushing's Disease

    The most common symptoms and signs of excess levels of cortisol in the body are obesity, facial plethora (facial redness), violaceous abdominal striae (purple or bluish stripes[] Obvious moon face (Figure 2 a), facial plethora, acne, oral mucositis, increased truncal and abdominal fat, buffalo hump, proximal myopathy and hirsutism were noted at the[] Any sign or symptom of cortisol excess can develop initially, but muscle weakness, bruising, hypertension, facial rounding and plethora eventually occur.[]

  • Secondary Polycythemia

    In this article the authors describe a young boy from Thailand with plethora, hypoxemia, and aggravated respiratory distress following a chest infection.[] Clinical description Clinical features vary according to the origin of the disease but may include plethora or ruddy complexion, headache and tinnitus.[]

  • Rosacea

    Abstract Physicians are often presented with patients complaining of facial redness and difficult to control rosacea.[] It may be due to a plethora of distinct underlying conditions of varying severity, including rosacea, demodicosis, dermatomyositis, lupus erythematosus, allergic contact dermatitis[] Typically, rosacea is characterized by facial redness and flushing.[]

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