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287 Possible Causes for Gammaglobulins Increased, Palatal Petechiae

  • Infectious Mononucleosis

    Infectious mononucleosis should be suspected in patients 10 to 30 years of age who present with sore throat and significant fatigue, palatal petechiae, posterior cervical[] Pharyngeal inflammation and palatal petechiae are more common in adolescents.[] Other symptoms and signs include Splenomegaly Mild hepatomegaly and hepatic percussion tenderness Periorbital edema and palatal petechiae Less frequently maculopapular eruptions[]

  • Immune Thrombocytopenic Purpura

    […] the soft and hard palate [ 16 Vaisman B, Medina AC, Ramirez G.[] After the operation, the platelet count increased gradually.[] Oral manifestations of ITP include petechiae, ecchymoses or haematomas in easily traumatized areas such as buccal mucosa, lateral borders of the tongue, and the limit between[]

  • Candida Endocarditis

    Petechiae : Conjunctivae. Hands and feet (dorsum). Chest and abdominal wall. Oral mucosae and soft palate. Splinter or subungual haemorrhages : linear and red.[] Currently, the most common of these is petechiae.[] They may occur on the palpebral conjunctivae, the dorsa of the hands and feet, the anterior chest and abdominal walls, the oral mucosa, and the soft palate.[]

  • Chronic Immune Thrombocytopenic Purpura

    Evidence for suppressed platelet production: (1) platelet turnover (a measure of platelet production) is either normal or reduced in over 80% of ITP patients rather than increased[] […] and (4) ITP cytotoxic T cells can lyse autologous platelets and (5) many patients respond to therapies which affect platelet destruction, such as splenectomy, intravenous gammaglobulin[]

  • Rheumatic Fever

    petechiae (“doughnut lesions”) Sudden onset of sore throat Tender, enlarged anterior cervical nodes Tonsillopharyngeal erythema Tonsillopharyngeal exudates Features suggestive[] Additional clinical findings include tonsillopharyngeal erythema with or without exudates, anterior cervical lymphadenitis, soft palate petechiae, beefy red swollen uvula,[] Nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain Pain with swallowing Patient 5 to 15 years of age Presentation in winter or early spring (in temperate climates) Scarlet fever rash Soft palate[]

  • Pharyngitis

    Tonsillopharyngeal/palatal petechiae are seen in GAS infections and infectious mononucleosis.[] It is much more likely to have pharyngeal and tonsillar inflammation (mucosal erythema and edema), palatal petechiae, well-demarcated pharyngeal/tonsillar exudates ( Figure[] On clinical examination, patients with group A strep pharyngitis usually have Pharyngeal and tonsillar erythema Tonsillar hypertrophy with or without exudates Palatal petechiae[]

    Missing: Gammaglobulins Increased
  • Adenovirus Infection

    Immunocompromised patients are at significant risk for infection with adenovirus. We report 3 cases of hemorrhagic cystitis in patients following bone marrow transplantation. Of the patients 2 had positive viral urine cultures and 1 had positive stool culture but negative urine culture and biopsy proved viral cystitis.[…][]

    Missing: Gammaglobulins Increased
  • Third Trimester Pregnancy

    OBJECTIVES: Characterise the demographics, management and outcomes of obstetric patients transported by emergency medical services (EMS). DESIGN: Prospective observational study. SETTING: Five Indian states using a centralised EMS agency that transported 3.1 million pregnant women in 2014. PARTICIPANTS: This study[…][]

    Missing: Palatal Petechiae
  • Scarlet Fever

    Petechiae may be present Strawberry Tongue Fine Papule s on Tongue surface Tongue dorsum may appear with a white exudate and projecting edematous papillae Rash Onset with[] The throat will be a bright red , but sometimes may just have red spots on the back of the throat or palate, called palatal petechiae .[] This may be accompanied by exudative tonsillopharyngitis, enlarged cervical lymph nodes, small red spots on the palate (petechiae) and a ‘strawberry tongue’.[]

    Missing: Gammaglobulins Increased
  • Hashimoto Thyroiditis

    History Hypothyroidism is usually insidious in onset, with signs and symptoms slowly progressing over months to years. Most commonly, patients do not relate a history suggestive of transient hyperthyroidism secondary to increased T4 and T3 levels resulting from thyrocyte destruction. The time course is influenced[…][]

    Missing: Palatal Petechiae

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