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916 Possible Causes for Hyperesthesia, Left Flank Pain, Vesicular Rash

  • Herpes Zoster

    Patients will typically experience 1-2 days of pain, itching, and hyperesthesia before the skin lesions are noticed. [3] [1] Prevalence Shingles will affect 1 in 3 people[] In both cases, the orbital syndrome developed prior to the vesicular rash.[] […] root ganglia and the dorsal horns of the spinal cord in patients with this condition. 9 Clinical Presentation Herpes zoster typically presents with a prodrome consisting of hyperesthesia[]

  • Herpes Zoster Oticus

    In the second patient, left-sided facial palsy was preceded by acute pharyngalgia and pain of the left ear with skin hyperesthesia and vesicles in the left external auditory[] It presents classically with severe otalgia, a vesicular rash in the Concha or on the Pinna of the affected ear in association with a lower motor neurone lesion of the homolateral[] rash.[]

    Missing: Left Flank Pain
  • Herpes Zoster Infection of the Chest Wall

    We noted allodynia and hyperesthesia in these regions, and the left T5 dermatome revealed extreme sensitivity.[] A vesicular rash of the right T11–T12 dermatomes developed in a 75-year-old man.[] This may result in arriving at an incorrect diagnosis. 4 These initial symp-toms are frequently followed by burning pain, itching, hyperesthesia or paresthesia. 5 The pain[]

    Missing: Left Flank Pain
  • Herpes Zoster Ophthalmicus

    HENT exam showed no obvious rashes or lesions; however, the patient had mild hyperesthesia over his right forehead.[] In both cases, the orbital syndrome developed prior to the vesicular rash.[] It is the most frequent complication, observed in 9-45% of all cases. [4] Most people report a deep burning or aching pain, paresthesia, dysesthesia, hyperesthesia, or electric[]

    Missing: Left Flank Pain
  • Splenic Rupture

    He developed a generalised vesicular rash 12 h prior to admission. On examination, he was maximally tender with peritonism in the lower abdomen.[] Signs and symptoms [ edit ] In minor injuries with little bleeding, there may be abdominal pain, tenderness in the epigastrium and pain in the left flank.[] First, by virtue of the spleen’s position, local symptoms can be related to the left side of the chest, abdomen, and flank.[]

    Missing: Hyperesthesia
  • Appendicitis

    […] acute onset, requiring prompt surgery, and usually marked by pain in the right lower abdominal quadrant, referred rebound tenderness, overlying muscle spasm, and cutaneous hyperesthesia[] For example, a retrocecal appendix can produce right flank or pelvic pain, whereas malrotation of the colon results in transposition of the appendix and, subsequently, pain[] […] to the left upper quadrant.[]

    Missing: Vesicular Rash
  • Perinephric Abscess

    On day 12 a vesicular rash appeared on the neck and herpes simplex virus 1 (HSV-1) grew on culture. On day 15 an upper leg collection was seen on CT scan.[] Fever subsided and mild local left flank area knocking pain was noted.[] The following case represents an unusual localization of infection with this organism.A 37-year-old married man had pain in the left flank for two weeks and shaking chills[]

    Missing: Hyperesthesia
  • Sunburn

    Within the sunburn area, cold hyperesthesia (P .01), profound generalized hyperalgesia to heat (P Copyright 2013 International Association for the Study of Pain.[]

    Missing: Left Flank Pain Vesicular Rash
  • Skin Infection

    […] those of scrub typhus with bite‐eschar formation within 10 to 12 days, followed by fever, chills, severe headache, conjunctival injection, and truncal maculopapular, then vesicular[] , rash. 27,28 Unlike scrub typhus, complications are rare, but may include thrombocytopenia and interstitial pneumonia. 27,28 Hearing loss does not occur, and regional lymphadenopathy[]

    Missing: Hyperesthesia Left Flank Pain
  • Streptococcal Infection

    In severe cases, small vesicular lesions (ie, miliary sudamina) may appear on the abdomen, hands, and feet.[] Toward the end of the first week of illness, the rash begins to fade and is followed by a desquamation over the trunk, which progresses to the hands and feet.[]

    Missing: Hyperesthesia Left Flank Pain