73 Possible Causes for Hemorrhagic Bullae in USA

    • Filovirus
      Hemorrhagic Bullae
    • Ebola Virus Disease
      Hemorrhagic Bullae
    • Purpura Fulminans
      Hemorrhagic Bullae

      bullae - black necrotic lesions and gangrene May involve heart, kidneys, and lungs Treatment Neonatal Purpura Fulminans Fresh Frozen Plasma (FFP) (see Fresh Frozen Plasma … […] protein S, and anti-thrombin III Clinical : onset usually 7-10 days after the precipitating infection Large ecchymoses with sharply demarcated irregular shapes - evolve into hemorrhagic … His skin lesions progressed rapidly to hemorrhagic bullae.[1] [2]

    • Hypersplenism

      Hemorrhagic bullae of the lips (A) and petechiae on the tongue (B) mark the presentation of this child with idiopathic thromboc... … Hemorrhagic bullae of the lips (A) and petechiae on the tongue (B) mark the presentation of this child with idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura.[3]

    • Warfarin-induced Skin Necrosis

      If the diagnosis is delayed, the progression of lesions to hemorrhagic bullae, ulcers and full-thickness necrosis can ensue, which may significantly increase the risk for[4]

    • Vibrio Infection

      In primary bacteremic vibrio, tender erythematous patches and plaques quickly progress to vesicles and hemorrhagic bullae, which may result in gangrene and necrotizing fasciitis … Bullae Tense Hemorrhagic Vesicle Tense Serous Bullae Tense Serous Vesicle Medical History Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Alcoholism Bone Marrow Transplant Cirrhosis … Travel Alabama Central America Florida Louisiana Mississippi North Korea South Korea Taiwan Texas Distribution Symmetric Extremities Body Location Lower Leg Lesion Tense Hemorrhagic[5]

    • Cutaneous Vasculitis

      Systemic immunomodulatory therapy to arrest the disease process is usually reserved for the subset of patients who develop complications such as hemorrhagic bullae, ulceration … Uncommon lesions include hemorrhagic bullae and subcutaneous nodules/plaques (panniculitis due to septal vasculitis). … The most common form is small-vessel vasculitis, that is clinically characterized by the presence of purpuric papules, sometimes accompanied by hemorrhagic bullae or necrotic[6] [7] [8]

    • Necrotizing Fasciitis

      bullae (fluid filled thin walled blisters) Grey discoloration of the skin, indicating necrosis Hardening of the subcutaneous tissues in the fascial planes Crepitus due to … Fever Chills and sweating Nausea and vomiting Dizziness Tachycardia No lymph node involvement Over the next 2 to 3 days, the clinical features include: Edema Formation of hemorrhagic[9]

    • Copperhead Bite

      Proximal lymphadenopathy, ecchymosis or development of either serous or hemorrhagic bullae may develop, which is typical for snakes with more potent venoms, but these symptoms[10]

    • Immune Thrombocytopenic Purpura

      bullae indicate that the patient is at risk for a serious bleeding complication If the patient's blood pressure was taken recently, petechiae may be observed under and distal … […] severity of ITP is formed by examining the skin and mucous membranes, as follows: Widespread petechiae and ecchymoses, oozing from a venipuncture site, gingival bleeding, and hemorrhagic[11]

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