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35 Possible Causes for Herpes Simplex Infection, Herpetic Whitlow, Onycholysis

  • Cutaneous Candidiasis

    […] otherwise. [5] Differential diagnosis includes listeriosis, syphilis, staphylococcal, and herpes simplex infection as well as erythema toxicum, transient neonatal pustular[] Subungual infections are characterized by distal separation of one or several fingernails ( onycholysis ), with white or yellow discoloration of the subungual area.[] Most often, candida results in onycholysis (lifting of the nail plate from the nail bed) but there are many other causes of onycholysis that may be clinically indistinguishable[]

  • Onycholysis

    ) Yeast ( Candida infection) Bacteria ( Pseudomonas infection) Virus (herpes simplex infection) Drug associations with onycholysis Photo-induced associations, with medication[] Incision and drainage is contraindicated in patients with herpetic whitlow.[] Onycholysis Left hand onycholysis: ring and little fingers affected Pronunciation Specialty Dermatology Onycholysis is a common medical condition characterized by the painless[]

  • Onychomycosis

    Nail infection Bacterial (Pseudomonas aeruginosa) Viral (herpes simplex virus, human papillomavirus) Dermatological/systemic disease Bullous diseases (congenital or acquired[] Type 1 Excludes herpetic whitlow ( B00.89 ) fungus B35.1 toe L03.03- ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Code L03.03- Cellulitis of toe 2016 2017 2018 2019 Non-Billable/Non-Specific Code[] Transverse onycholysis (P .018) was significantly associated with negative pathology results consistent with the diagnosis of nail dystrophy.[]

  • Paronychia

    Consider early treatment with aciclovir in case of severe herpes simplex infection.[] Herpetic Whitlow Herpetic whitlow is a herpes simplex virus infection of the fingers.[] We present a case of atypical onycholysis, associated with subungual abscess formation, paronychia and pyogenic granuloma resulting from the use of mitozantrone, an antineoplastic[]

  • Candidiasis

    Chami, Localisation inhabituelle d’une primo-infection du au virus Herpes simplex de type 1 : lésions périanales chez un nourrisson de 13 mois.[] Occasionally, and especially in women, candidiasis may cause onycholysis. Links: types of candidiasis predisposition to candida infection treatment-resistant candidiasis[] In longstanding infection, the area underneath the nail may turn white or yellow, and the nail plate may separate from the nail bed ( onycholysis ).[]

  • Acrodermatitis Continua of Hallopeau

    simplex virus (HSV) can cause primary and recurrent infections.[] Acute paronychia ( bacterial, candidal, drug-induced ) Chronic paronychia Blistering distal dactylitis Herpetic whitlow Cellulitis Infected contact dermatitis Best Tests Subscription[] Examination revealed distal onycholysis of the fingernails, as well as onycholysis and subungual hyperkeratosis of the toenails.[]

  • Palmar Abscess

    Invasion of the bone leads to osteomyelitis. [2] Herpetic whitlow Herpes simplex virus (HSV) infection of the distal finger typically results from direct inoculation of the[] A whitlow or felon is an infection of the tip of the finger. [1] [2] [a] Herpetic whitlow and melanotic whitlow are subtypes that are not synonymous with the term felon.[] 腫瘍症】 *onychatrophy【爪萎縮】 *onychia【爪床炎】 *onychitis【爪床炎】 *onychocryptosis【爪嵌入症 爪甲嵌入症】 *onychodystrophy【爪ジストロフィー 爪甲異栄養症】 *onychogryposis【爪鉤湾症 爪甲鉤湾症】 *onychoheterotopia【爪甲異所症】 *onycholysis[]

  • Congenital Leukonychia

    Viral Diseases Herpes Simplex Herpes simplex infection, both primary and secondary, may localize to one finger.[] Eczema, psoriasis, lichen planus, AA, epidermolysis bullosa, herpetic whitlow and onychomycosis are the most common diseases affecting nails in childhood.[] […] congenital nail disorder 5 nonsyndromic congenital nail disorder 6 nonsyndromic congenital nail disorder 7 nonsyndromic congenital nail disorder 8 Odontomicronychial Dysplasia Onycholysis[]

  • Dystrophic Nail

    Acute paronychia Herpes simplex is another common cause of acute paronychia .[] whitlow should be part of the differential diagnosis of recurrent cases.[] Onycholysis describes the separation of the nail plate from the nail bed.[]

  • Hereditary Distal Onycholysis

    ) Yeast ( Candida infection) Bacteria ( Pseudomonas infection) Virus (herpes simplex infection) Drug associations with onycholysis Photo-induced associations, with medication[] Herpetic whitlow must be differentiated from other vesiculopustular eruption, (e.g., impetigo, blistering distal dactylitis and Hallopeau's acrodermatitis).[] Onycholysis Onycholysis is a nail disorder frequently encountered.[]

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