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2,763 Possible Causes for Hyperpigmentation, In-Curving Forearms, Urine 17 Ketosteroids Decreased

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  • Hemochromatosis

    External genital hyperpigmentation was seen in one third of patients, and one fifth had hyperpigmentation of flexural folds, scars, and nipple areolae.[] PubMed was used to search the following terms: hemochromatosis, hereditary, hyperpigmentation, hypopigmentation, keratosis, melanin, seborrheic, siderosis.[] Hyperpigmentation of the oral mucosa was found in 15-20% of patients.[]

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  • Addison's Disease

    We herein report a case of Addison's disease caused by tuberculosis characterized by atypical hyperpigmentation, noted as exacerbation of the pigmentation of freckles and[] Herein this case report, we focus on the subtle findings of diffuse hyperpigmentation and intermittent but repetitive "flu-like" symptoms in two patients to correctly identify[] The physical examination was completely normal except for muscle weakness, hyperpigmentation on labial mucosa and skin in a patient.[]

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  • Celiac Disease

    […] symmetrical, grouped polymorphic lesions consisting of erythema, urticarial plaques, papules, herpetiform vesiculae, and blisters followed by erosions, excoriations, and hyperpigmentation[]

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  • Whipple Disease

    Both hyperpigmentation and long-lasting depression without the typical manifestations of the disease are rare.[] Skin hyperpigmentation, especially around the orbital and malar areas of the face, has also been reported.[] Examination : The treating physician will conduct a detailed physical examination to look for any indicators which may suggest Whipple’s Disease like abdominal tenderness or hyperpigmentation[]

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  • Klinefelter Syndrome

    . - Leg ulcers, especially in combination with hyperpigmentation, have been reported in association with Klinefelter syndrome. - According to one study patients had severe[] Other differences can include abnormal fusion of certain bones in the forearm (radioulnar synostosis), curved pinky fingers (fifth finger clinodactyly ), and flat feet ( pes[] […] replacement therapy produces adequate sexual maturation with increased muscle mass, a more masculine body contour, increased amounts of body hair, enlargement of the penis, hyperpigmentation[]

  • Launois Syndrome

    We report the first description of a Launois-Bensaude syndrome involving the orbit. Launois-Bensaude syndrome was diagnosed in a 70-year-old-man who presented with severe bilateral proptosis (Hertel value 26mm). We performed a bilateral transpalpebral orbital decompression by resection of intraorbital fat without[…][]

    Missing: In-Curving Forearms
  • Gout

    Forearms. Elbow or knee. Hands or feet. (Older patients, particularly women, are more likely to have gout in the small joints of the fingers.)[] Tophi, the knobby MSU crystal deposits that form during chronic gout, generally form in the following location: Helix of the outer ear (the curved ridge along the edge of[]

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  • Rothmund Thomson Syndrome

    The large bone of the forearm on the “pinky” side (ulnar) is short and curved and the short bone of the forearm on the thumb side (radius) is underdeveloped or missing.[] Rothmund-Thomson syndrome (OMIM #268400) is a severe autosomal recessive genodermatosis: characterised by growth retardation, hyperpigmentation and frequently accompanied[] He was admitted when he was 26 months old because of short stature, dehydration, metabolic acidosis, hyperpigmentation, and typical skin lesions.[]

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  • Anterior Pituitary Hypofunction

    […] gradual onset of deficiency over days or weeks, symptoms are often vague and may include weight loss, fatigue, weakness, depression, apathy, nausea, vomiting, anorexia and hyperpigmentation[] Hyperpigmentation may coexist with depigmentation in Addison’s disease. Thyrotoxicosis may be associated with spotty brown pigmentation.[] […] highly similar to primary Addison's disease, which is cortisol deficiency as the result of direct damage to the adrenal glands; the latter form, however, often leads to hyperpigmentation[]

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  • Anorexia Nervosa

    Patients with chronic laxative use can have colonic hyperpigmentation (melanosis coli).[]

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