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2,285 Possible Causes for Flat Affect, Limb Joint Contracture, Plasma Fibrinogen Increased

  • Stroke

    […] disuse of the limb with the use of splints or other tools to stabilize the joint.[] Other biological mechanisms have also been associated with physical activity, including reductions in plasma fibrinogen and platelet activity and elevations in plasma tissue[] […] lip swelling or ulceration • Rhinoscleroma initially affects the nasal mucosa but may spread slowly to the upper lip, producing plaques or nodules with sunken centres. •[]

  • Third Trimester Pregnancy

    Occasionally, the tumor begins as a flat or depressed patch of skin (plaque).[] Affected individuals usually first show signs of this condition in their thirties, but the age at which a tumor appears varies widely.[]

    Missing: Limb Joint Contracture
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis

    It may lead to impaired growth and development, limitation of movement, and ankylosis and contractures of joints.[] Prothrombotic state RA is associated with increased plasma levels of fibrinogen, von Willebrand factor, and plasminogen activator inhibitor 1, producing a prothrombotic state[] At times it is accompanied by systemic manifestations such as spiking fever, transient rash on the trunk and limbs, hepatosplenomegaly, generalized lymphadenopathy, and anemia[]

    Missing: Flat Affect
  • Cerebral Hemorrhage

    A recent Australian study found a surprising 36% of participants had this condition, with women and older people more likely to be affected. What are the causes?[] They are caused by faulty foot structures such as having flat feet, excessively flexible ligaments, or abnormal bone structures that lead to the development of bunions.[]

    Missing: Limb Joint Contracture
  • Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

    (overlapping circular) lesions Lesions resolve with minimal scarring Affects trunk and arms Flares on exposure to sun, but usually spares face and hands Chronic CLE Chronic[] Diffuse hair loss (nonscarring alopecia ) with brittle hair shafts Subacute CLE Flat, scaly patches resembling psoriasis, often in a network pattern Annular (ring-shaped)[] A characteristic feature is a flat red rash across the cheeks and bridge of the nose, called a "butterfly rash" because of its shape.[]

    Missing: Limb Joint Contracture
  • Lupus Encephalitis

    Over half of the people with SLE develop a characteristic red, flat facial rash over the bridge of their nose.[] Complications of organ involvement can lead to further symptoms depending on the organ affected and/or severity of the disease.[]

    Missing: Limb Joint Contracture
  • Hodgkin Lymphoma

    (The diaphragm is a flat muscle that separates the chest from the abdomen.)[] Stage III (advanced disease): Lymphoma affects two or more lymph node regions, or one lymph node region and one organ, on opposite sides of the diaphragm.[]

    Missing: Limb Joint Contracture
  • Juvenile-Onset Still Disease

    There is risk of joint contractures and limb length discrepancy without treatment. Uveitis: 50% of those with eye involvement will have impaired vision.[] Surgical Surgical intervention such as joint replacement or synovectomy may be required. Complications Joint deformities: Knee flexure contractures.[] Involved joints mature faster than unaffected joints. This can lead to limb length discrepancy. Accelerated bone age with narrowed joint spaces.[]

    Missing: Flat Affect
  • Behçet Disease

    Oral ulcers most commonly affect the gingival and buccal mucosa, tongue and lips yet may also appear in the soft and hard palates, pharynx, and tonsils [ 1 ].[] […] disciform appearance with round and sharp erythematous border, covered with a grayish-white pseudomembrane or a central yellowish fibrinous base and grow rapidly from a flat[]

    Missing: Limb Joint Contracture
  • Nodular Glomerulosclerosis

    It presents as a painful enlarging mass, and the affected site is frequently tender, warm, and swollen.[] In either case, the result is increased permeability of the small vessels to fibrinogen and other plasma proteins, endothelial injury, and platelet deposition.[] Ewing sarcoma usually arises in the diaphysis of long tubular bones, especially the femur and the flat bones of the pelvis.[]

    Missing: Limb Joint Contracture