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752 Possible Causes for Hemorrhagic Bullae, Scrotal Pain, Subcutaneous Crepitus

  • Gas Gangrene

    bullae " dishwater pus" discharge crepitus altered mental status Imaging Radiographs findings linear streaks of gas in soft tissues Studies Labs Elevated LDH Elevated WBC[] Physical exam demonstrated an erythematous and edematous left foot with subcutaneous crepitus along the plantar surface.[] Case n 1 A 57 –year-old male presented to the emergency department reporting three days of worsening perineal and scrotal pain and swelling.[]

  • Purpura Fulminans

    Extensive purpuric, reticulated plaques with central necrosis and hemorrhagic bullae on the abdomen (A) and lower left leg extending onto the thigh (B).[] The scrotal pain and swelling subsided. The skin lesions had stopped spreading.[] Extensive areas of purpura, ecchymosis and skin necrosis with hemorrhagic blebs and disrupted bullae, involving the left lower extremity.[]

    Missing: Subcutaneous Crepitus
  • Necrotizing Fasciitis

    On hospital day 3, she had hemorrhagic bullae on both lower legs. We evaluated her recent food history, and found that she ate raw seafood before admission.[] Acute infection, often accompanied by toxic shock syndrome, rapid progression of marked edema to violaceous bullae and necrosis of subcutaneous tissue, absence of crepitus[] For example, a diabetic patient with a rectal fistula who develops pain, swelling, and scrotal skin changes may be preliminarily diagnosed with Fournier's gangrene, while[]

  • Protein C Deficiency

    Multiple hemorrhagic skin bullae were found at birth on various parts of the body with bilateral leukocoria, organized vitreous hemorrhage, retinal detachment, and intracranial[] The scrotal pain and swelling subsided. The skin lesions had stopped spreading.[] However, on the 6 th day, he suddenly developed a left sided scrotal swelling and was in pain.[]

    Missing: Subcutaneous Crepitus
  • Ebola Virus Disease

    A neonate born to an Ebola virus-positive woman was diagnosed with Ebola virus infection on her first day of life. The patient was treated with monoclonal antibodies (ZMapp), a buffy coat transfusion from an Ebola survivor, and the broad-spectrum antiviral GS-5734. On day 20, a venous blood specimen tested[…][]

    Missing: Subcutaneous Crepitus
  • Skin Infection

    Cellulitis with hemorrhagic bullae, leg ulcers, infected callosity and abscess were observed. The infective organism could be isolated in 17 patients.[]

    Missing: Scrotal Pain Subcutaneous Crepitus
  • Penile Leukoplakia

    We noted hemorrhagic bullae in one of our cases early in the course of the disease.[] Scrotal Pain (Acute) This pathway provides guidance for the imaging investigation of male patients with acute scrotal pain.[] Erosions and hemorrhagic or serious subepidermal bullae, especially near the meatus, may accompany the cicatricial changes.[]

    Missing: Subcutaneous Crepitus
  • Gangrene of the Scrotum

    Clinical Examination Examination of the scrotum/perineum may reveal: Erythema, possibly macerated or necrotic tissue in late stages Swelling/oedema Tenderness Subcutaneous[] A 57-year-old morbidly obese (160 kg) man presented with a 12 h history of severe bilateral scrotal pain and swelling.[] The differential in the setting of acute scrotal pain includes: epididymo-orchitis testicular torsion testicular trauma scrotal cellulitis / abscess Promoted articles (advertising[]

    Missing: Hemorrhagic Bullae
  • Pulmonary Larva Migrans

    Small vesicles and hemorrhagic bullae had developed, gradually appearing a few days after the appearance of the first lesion [Figure 1] .[] Retinopathy Hypertensive 424 Rheumatic Fever 425 Rhinitis Allergic 426 Right Axis Deviation 427 Rosacea 428 Salivary Gland Enlargement 429 Sarcoidosis 430 Schistosomiasis 431 Scrotal[] Pain 432 Seasonal Affective Disorder 433 Seizures Absence 434 Septicemia 435 Serotonin Syndrome 436 Sexually Transmitted Diseases Anorectal Region 437 Shoulder Pain 438 Sialadenitis[]

    Missing: Subcutaneous Crepitus
  • Vasculitis

    Vesicles, pustules, and urticarial papules are sometimes seen, but larger hemorrhagic bullae, subcutaneous nodules, and livedo reticularis are less common and should raise[] If the vessels supplying the testes are affected, scrotal pain may also occur.[] In children, muscle and joint pain is as frequent as abdominal pain, which is due to the involvement of gut-supplying arteries.[]

    Missing: Subcutaneous Crepitus