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1,696 Possible Causes for Hand Enlargement

  • Autosomal Recessive Pachydermoperiostosis 

    He noticed a progressive enlargement of his hands and feet associated with growth retardation.[jmedicalcasereports.biomedcentral.com] His hands and feet were enlarged with thickened palms and heel pads.[archivesofrheumatology.org] A 24-year-old ethnic Uzbek man presented with a change in his appearance, with coarsening of his facial features and enlargement of his hands and feet (shoe size changed from[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Acromegaly

    It results in gradual enlargement of body tissues including the bones of the face, jaw, hands, feet, and skull.[uclahealth.org] Characterized by enlargement of the skeletal extremities, including the feet, hands, mandible, and nose.[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com] […] ac·ro·meg·a·ly \ ˌa-krō-ˈme-gə-lē \ : a disorder caused by excessive production of growth hormone by the pituitary gland and marked especially by progressive enlargement of[merriam-webster.com]

  • Gigantism - Acromegaly

    Early manifestations include enlarged hands and feet along with coarsening of facial features.[tobeyleung.com] After pituitary transsphenoidal surgery, all acryl enlargement in hands and ligaments disappeared.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Signs and symptoms Increased blood sugar levels Abnormally tall height (gigantism & acromegaly) Enlarged hands, feet, jaw, cheeks, lips, tongue, and nose (acromegaly) Short[endocrinecareplan.weebly.com]

  • Urinary Tract Disease

    Bladder augmentation is a procedure that surgically enlarges the bladder, using tissue from the intestines, to expand bladder capacity and thus reduce leaking and the need[christopherreeve.org] […] using the appendix; this allows catheterization to be done through a stoma in the abdomen directly to the bladder, a great advantage for women and for people with limited hand[christopherreeve.org]

  • Bronchitis

    Risk Factors Exposure to second-hand smoke Contact with someone already infected with bronchitis A viral upper respiratory tract infection Asthma Enlarged tonsils and or adenoids[physio-pedia.com]

  • Acute Bronchitis

    Risk Factors Exposure to second-hand smoke Contact with someone already infected with bronchitis A viral upper respiratory tract infection Asthma Enlarged tonsils and or adenoids[physio-pedia.com]

  • Iron Deficiency

    […] in the sides of the mouth An enlarged spleen Frequent infections Signs and symptoms of iron-deficiency anemia Symptoms of iron-deficiency anemia include unusual cravings[daviddarling.info] Other signs and symptoms of anemia Other signs and symptoms of anemia can include: Cold hands and feet as well as brittle nails Swelling or soreness of the tongue and cracks[daviddarling.info]

  • Hypertension

    […] shoe, glove, or hat size; headache, visual disturbances; diabetes mellitus Acral features; large hands and feet; frontal bossing Serum growth hormone 1 ng/mL during oral[dx.doi.org] […] hypokalemia or hyperkalemia Arrhythmias (with hypokalemia) Low aldosterone and renin Urinary cortisol metabolites; genetic testing Acromegaly S5.4-16 Rare Acral features, enlarging[doi.org] […] hypokalemia or hyperkalemia Arrhythmias (with hypokalemia) Low aldosterone and renin Urinary cortisol metabolites; genetic testing Acromegaly S5.1-15 Rare Acral features, enlarging[dx.doi.org]

  • Ganglion Cyst

    Constantly using your hand or wrist can make the cyst enlarge and hurt more. Some hand and wrist movements, such as grasping things, may also be difficult.[broava.com] James et al . reported a series of ten cases, all of which were incidental findings in MRI and were managed conservatively. [6] On the other hand, when these cysts enlarge[apollomedicine.org] They vary in the acuity of presentation, as some appear suddenly and others may gradually enlarge over a period of several months or years.[clinicaladvisor.com]

  • Stomatitis

    Fever ( 39C) is common (especially if primary infection), and there may be enlarged cervical lymph nodes.[pch.health.wa.gov.au] Differential diagnosis Coxsackie virus infections (hand-foot and mouth disease, herpangina) Aphthous ulcers Oral candidiasis Stevens-Johnson syndrome.[pch.health.wa.gov.au]

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