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9,233 Possible Causes for Fever, Funiculitis, Skin Rash of the Lower Extremity

  • Henoch-Schönlein Purpura

    […] presents with abdominal pain, purpuric rash in the lower extremities and buttocks, joint pain, and hematuria.[] […] arthritis and arthralgia, renal disease (low grade hematuria with proteinuria), weakness, necrotic and hemorrhagic plaques, with haematemesis, diarrhoea, abdominal pain, fever[] Abstract Ibuprofen is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug that is used widely in treating pain, fever, and inflammation.[]

  • Erythema Nodosum

    BACKGROUND: Acute Q fever is asymptomatic in 60% of the patients, while the reminder may present with fever, pneumoniae, and hepatitis.[] Abstract Erythema nodosum leprosum is defined by the appearance of tender skin nodules, which can be accompanied by fever, joint pain, neuritis, edema, malaise and/or lymphadenopathy[] Fungal infections Coccidioidomycosis (San Joaquin Valley fever) is the most common cause of erythema nodosum in the American Southwest.[]

    Missing: Funiculitis
  • Cutaneous Leukocytoclastic Vasculitis

    […] and dermal necrosis, manifesting first as a rash on the lower extremity or buttocks, usually accompanied by a tingling or burning sensation; a wide variety of skin lesions[] After anti-tuberculosis treatment, his fever declined and the skin purpura were completely resolved.[] The rash is predominantly found on the lower extremities in most patients, but can occur on the trunk and upper extremities as well.[]

    Missing: Funiculitis
  • Drug Eruptions

    We observed fever (76%), lymphadenopathy (31.5%), eosinophilia (35%), and visceral involvement (50%). Twelve patients died directly related to the ACDR.[] Reveno 1 reported 1 case of drug fever.[] It shows the features of widespread erythema involving more than 30% of the skin, with fever. The mucosa may also be involved.[]

    Missing: Funiculitis
  • Rheumatoid Arteritis

    Other general symptoms include fever, weakness, anemia and weight loss.[] Other symptoms may include fever, weight loss, night sweats, depression, fatigue, and a general feeling of being ill.[] Other general symptoms include weight loss, fever, tiredness and anaemia. The exact cause of polymyalgia rheumatica is not known.[]

    Missing: Funiculitis
  • Filariasis

    Involvement of the genital tract is common, and orchi-epididymitis (inflammation of the testis and the epididymus) and funiculitis (inflammation of the spermatic cord) are[] Diethylcarbamazine shows remarkable effect against filarial fever and hemato-chyluria. Oxophenarsine hydrochloride shows a satisfactory effect on filarial fever.[] Acute symptoms include fever, lymphadenitis, lymphangitis, funiculitis, and epididymitis.[]

    Missing: Skin Rash of the Lower Extremity
  • Fort Bragg Fever

    Synonym(s): Fort Bragg fever. Fort Bragg fever leptospirosis.[] […] spirillary Rat bite fever streptobacillary Relapsing fever Respiratory syncytial virus infection Respiratory viruses miscellaneous Reyes syndrome Rheumatic fever Rhinoscleroma[] , with lumbar and postorbital pain, malaise, nasal inflammation, and fever.[]

    Missing: Funiculitis
  • Hookworm Infection

    Hay fever, hygiene, and household size.[] […] with mild malaria and observed that after adjusting for body mass index, the presence of other helminths, and other confounders, only hookworm-infected patients had lower fever[] On the other hand, hookworm infection can also lead to hypothermia, severe enough to lower fever caused by malaria.[]

    Missing: Funiculitis
  • Polyarthritis

    Your doctor will also look for: rashes skin nodules sore throat (pharyngitis) lymph node swelling swelling in lower extremities Medication Treatment for polyarthritis involves[] Fever of Unknown Origin with Polyarthritis.[] .-- Sir William Osler, The Principles, Practice of Medicine.Osler's vivid description of acute polyarthritis a century ago 1 referred to rheumatic fever, clearly the bellwether[]

    Missing: Funiculitis
  • Hypocomplementemic Vasculitis

    Although both types may be associated with systemic symptoms such as angioedema, abdominal or chest pain, fever, and joint pain, this is more apparent in the hypocomplementaemic[] One of these two patients also developed a severe systemic illness characterized by fever, headache, peritonitis, episcleritis, and pneumonitis.[] […] is not known, but it is uncommon in children. [2] A full-term 9-month-old male infant, born normally to non-consanguineous parents, presented with a three-day history of fever[]

    Missing: Funiculitis

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