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95 Possible Causes for Localized Edema, Lymphadenopathy, Tropical Ulcer

  • Cellulitis

    Physical Assessment  Local symptoms:  Erythema and edema of area  Warm to touch,  Possibly fluctuant (tense, firm to palpation)  May resemble peau d’orange  Advancing[] In our case, with the knowledge of tick exposure to the scalp, tularaemia was not initially considered for facial cellulitis without regional lymphadenopathy and also due[] ulcer This infection-related cutaneous condition article is a stub.[]

  • Furunculosis

    Furunculosis symptoms: Purulent skin rash, Swollen regional lymph nodes (lymphadenopathy), Affected skin becomes red, swollen, painful to touch, Throbbing pain, tingling of[] Be especially on the look out for ulcers on the underside, protruding scales, bulging eyes, defects or holes in the gill cartilage, and unpaired fins.[] Closer inspection will reveal that furuncles develop at the center of the hair follicle, and constitutional symptoms, such as fever, malaise, and local lymphadenopathy occur[]

  • Erysipeloid

    Some patients may experience an asymptomatic course of the disease, but burning, itching or throbbing pain at the site of skin injury followed by edema, erythema, and localized[] Copyright 2008 The American Society of Tropical Medicine Article metrics loading...[] Erysipeloid is an acute inflammatory disease, starting in the skin, at times extending more deeply, producing cellulitis or lymphangitis and lymphadenopathy, sometimes accompanied[]

  • Tropical Phagedenic Ulcer

    edema, a tenacious slough and a serosanguinous, foul-smelling discharge, the edges of the ulcer being undermined and the margins raised.[] […] exposed parts such as legs • Papule rapidly breaks down to form sharply defined ulcer, most often with undermined edges • Painful , constitutional symptoms are usual • No lymphadenopathy[] Previous Contents Next Tropical ulcer (tropical phagedenic ulcer) Tropical ulcer mainly occurs in children and teenagers, but is seldom seen in developed countries.[]

  • Inguinal Lymphadenopathy

    Surgical management of metastatic inguinal lymphadenopathy.[] The disease occurs rarely in the United States, although it is endemic in some tropical and developing areas, including India; Papua, New Guinea; the Caribbean; central Australia[] […] enlarged lymph nodes R59.1 Generalized enlarged lymph nodes R59.9 Enlarged lymph nodes, unspecified R60 Edema, not elsewhere classified R60.0 Localized edema R60.1 Generalized[]

  • Hilar Lymphadenopathy

    Possible mechanisms for the development of lymphadenopathy secondary to bacterial endocarditis are discussed.[] There may be ulcerating procitis, fistulas and even stricture ( Fig. 5.49 ).[] […] enlarged lymph nodes R59.1 Generalized enlarged lymph nodes R59.9 Enlarged lymph nodes, unspecified R60 Edema, not elsewhere classified R60.0 Localized edema R60.1 Generalized[]

  • Brown Recluse Spider Bite

    Brown recluse spider bites can lead to severe local or systemic clinical effects, such as edema, necrotic ulcer, rashes, fever, chills, nausea, vomiting, malaise, arthralgia[] Additionally, 7 negative signs that decrease the likelihood of a BRS bite were all absent: (1) early ulceration (before 1 week), (2) large ulceration ( 10-cm diameter), (3) lymphadenopathy[] "Most necrotic ulcers are not spider bites". American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 72 (4): 364–367. doi : 10.4269/ajtmh.2005.72.364.[]

  • Secondary Syphilis

    […] and may be accompanied with local edema. 2 Early stage syphilitic bone involvement may be an underdiagnosed manifestation of this protean disease.[] Generalized lymphadenopathy could be an indication of various diseases including malignancies or infections.[] For instance, syphilis has been shown to be a leading cause of genital ulcerative disease in both Peru and the Dominican Republic [56], second only to genital herpes.[]

  • Lymphogranuloma Venereum

    In these cases, ulcers or scar tissue obstruct lymph drainage and lead to severe localized edema .[] Lymphogranuloma venereum can yield protean manifestations, and should be considered in the differential diagnosis of patients with constitutional symptoms and lymphadenopathy[] I. van der: European guideline for the management of tropical genito-ulcerative diseases. In: Int J STD AIDS 12 Suppl 3 (2001), S. 78–83[]

  • Gingivostomatitis

    GINGIVAL LESIONS are almost always present, resulting in enlargement and edematous and painful erosions. 4.  1-3 days of fever , loss of appetite and myalgia  Cervical lymphadenopathy[] Examples include tropical sprue. Aphthous stomatitis (canker sores) is the recurrent appearance of mouth ulcers in otherwise healthy individuals.[] García‐Díez, Labial edema due to an acrylic dental prosthesis, Contact Dermatitis, 48, 5, (273-274), (2003).[]

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