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247 Possible Causes for Liver Cirrhosis, Palmar Erythema

  • Primary Biliary Cirrhosis

    Pruritus Abnormal bleeding or bruising Pale stool or dark urine Examination Jaundice Xanthelasma and tendon xanthomata Hepatosplenomegaly Features of chronic liver disease Palmar[] One hundred and twenty patients who developed liver cirrhosis secondary to primary biliary cirrhosis were selected as the observation group, with the degree of patient liver[] erythema, ascites, temporal and proximal muscle wasting, and peripheral edema American Liver Foundation.[]

  • Hepatitis C

    In these individuals, the typical presentation includes palmar erythema, spider nevi, hepatosplenomegaly, ascites, enlargement of parotid glands and wasting of the temporal[] The second was a 63-year-old male with HCV-related liver cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma who failed to respond to PEG-IFN/RBV after living donor LT.[] Often, the first findings are signs of chronic liver disease (eg, splenomegaly, spider nevi, palmar erythema) or complications of cirrhosis (eg, portal hypertension , ascites[]

  • Spontaneous Bacterial Peritonitis

    Patients with ascites secondary to liver dysfunction may also have stigmata of liver disease, including jaundice, palmar erythema, spider angiomata, and caput medusae.[] The patient was a 52-year-old man who was being followed for decompensated liver cirrhosis.[] As both processes are involved in the development of liver cirrhosis and its complications, genetic variation of the SOD1 gene was investigated.[]

  • Hepatic Encephalopathy

    Physical exam is remarkable for the presence of bilateral palmar erythema, spider angiomas, ascites, and splenomegaly.[] Infections are common among patients with liver cirrhosis.[] erythema, edema, spider telangiectasias, and fetor hepaticus.[]

  • Ascites

    Cirrhosis - muscle mass loss, icteric sclera, spider angioma, palmar erythema, pedal edema, gynecomastia, prominent abdominal wall veins (caput medusae), palpable firm liver[] Pathogenesis of ascites in patients with liver cirrhosis 2.1.[] Look for signs of liver disease and cirrhosis including: Jaundice Muscle wasting Gynaecomastia Spider naevi Palmar erythema Rarely, a firm nodule in the umbilicus (known as[]

  • Liver Cirrhosis

    erythema) itchy skin hair loss dark coloured urine fluid retention in the abdomen and legs internal bleeding presenting as dark-coloured stools or vomiting blood hormone[] Many patients with liver cirrhosis will eventually decompensate and the treatment is liver transplantation.[] erythema (PALE HAND WITH ISLANDS OF REDNESS OVER THENAR AND HYPOTHENAR EMINENCE) Duputryen’s contracture Clubbing (only in biliary cirrhosis) Terry’s “half & half” nails[]

  • Wilson Disease

    erythema (red palms) Blood problems Haemolytic anaemia Thrombocytopenia (low levels of platelets ) resulting in easy bruising and bleeding because of defective clotting Kidney[] Where Wilson disease patients have decompensated liver cirrhosis, liver transplantation should be evaluated.[] erythema Digital clubbing Hematemesis Jaundice Neurologic symptoms Central nervous system (CNS) pathology in patients with Wilson disease results from copper deposition in[]

  • Fatty Liver

    "Repeated liver inflammation in Nash can progress to scarring and hardening of liver (cirrhosis) and eventually liver function may be compromised or fail.[] NASH may progress to permanent scarring and hardening of the liver, a condition called liver cirrhosis. People with liver cirrhosis have a higher risk of liver cancer.[] NASH can lead to liver cirrhosis and liver cancer.[]

  • Esophageal Varices

    Jaundice of the skin and the eyes Spider nevi or formation of clusters of tiny blood vessels under the skin resembling a spider Palmar erythema or reddening of the skin on[] […] in patients with liver cirrhosis.[] Palmar erythema and leuconychia may be present in patients with cirrhosis. Ascites, abdominal distention due to accumulation of fluid, may be present.[]

  • Hepatopulmonary Syndrome

    Clinically the patient may have signs and symptoms of liver disease, including gastrointestinal bleeding, esophageal varices, ascites, palmar erythema, and splenomegaly.[] It is investigated in patients with liver cirrhosis and less frequently in those with portal hypertension without liver cirrhosis, as may occur in hepatosplenic schistosomiasis[] The signs of impaired liver functioning may include gastrointestinal bleeding, esophageal varices, ascites, palmar erythema, spider nevi, and enlarged spleen (splenomegaly[]

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