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641 Possible Causes for Lymphangitis, Ross River Fever

  • Eczema

    There is no proof that elimination diets can reduce eczema in babies or children who do not have established food allergies. There has been very little research on elimination diets for adults with eczema. Eczema is a common, non-infectious skin condition. If someone has eczema, their skin becomes dry, red, itchy and[…][]

  • Pruritic Rash

    Abstract A 22-year-old man with hypogonadotropic hypogonadism was receiving monthly intramuscular injections of testosterone replacement therapy. The patient refused to self-administer the injections because of discomfort, so the therapy was switched to testosterone patches. He experienced a pruritic, macular,[…][]

  • Insect Bite

    River fever by mosquitoes Further Reading Insect bites and stings Symptoms of insect bites Treatment of insect bites Prevention of insect bites[] Lymphangitis. This is a bacterial infection that spreads up the lymph channels. Gives a red line that goes up the arm or leg.[] A severe local reaction larger than 10 cm in diameter that persists for several days (large local reaction) may induce non-infectious lymphangitis and mild systemic symptoms[]

  • Polyarthritis

    ., Barmah virus (Barmah Forest virus infection), Chikungunya virus (Chikungunya fever), Mayaro virus (Mayaro-Semliki Forest virus disease), Ross River virus (Ross River fever[] […] the Baker cyst rupture in the knees, has also been reported. 33 Finally, a few rare cases of a firm, non-pitting lymphoedema, affecting the entire arm and attributed to lymphangitis[] […] certain alphaviral infections , including the Ross River virus, chikungunya virus , and Mayaro virus .[]

  • Lymphangitis

    Chronic lymphangitis Lymphadenopathy Lymphangitis carcinomatosa[] In rare cases, lymphangitis may be caused by metastatic tumors of virtually any type of cancer (in which case the term lymphangitis carcinomatosa is used), or by certain autoimmune[] (disorder) Lymphangitis NOS lymphatic vesselitis lymphatic vessel inflammation edit English lymphangitis inflammation or an infection of the lymphatic channels that occurs[]

    Missing: Ross River Fever
  • Varicella

    European Respiratory Journal 2003 21: 886-891; DOI: 10.1183/09031936.03.00103202 Abstract Varicella is a common contagious infection in childhood with increasing incidence in adults. Pneumonia, although rare, is the most serious complication that commonly affects adults. Over the last two decades there have been major[…][]

    Missing: Lymphangitis
  • Filariasis

    Limb lymphangitis progresses centrifugally. Adenitis may be seen alone or with lymphangitis.[] The salient clinical feature of the disease is lymphangitis leading to elephantiasis of the legs, arms, scrotum and breast. Oral or perioral involvement is very rare.[] The initial signs are those of lymphangitis and lymphadenitis. The manifestations include edema in the extremities and elephantiasis due to lymphatic obstruction.[]

    Missing: Ross River Fever
  • Erysipelas

    Two cases of facial lymphangitis have been described, and the pathophysiology of erysipelas has been discussed.[] AIM: The aim of this study was to evaluate the prevalence of erysipelas and lymphangitis in a group of patients under treatment for lymphedema after breast-cancer therapy.[] INTRODUCTION: Cellulitis is a common problem, caused by spreading bacterial inflammation of the skin, with redness, pain, and lymphangitis.[]

    Missing: Ross River Fever
  • Chikungunya

    Approximate Synonyms Chikungunya fever Mosquito-borne viral fever Onyong-nyong fever O'nyong-nyong fever Oropouche virus disease Rift valley fever Ross river disease Ross[] Dengue fever Post-infectious arthritis Malaria Leptospirosis Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis Other alphavirus infections Mayaro fever O’nyong-nyong fever Ross river fever Sindbis[] […] encephalitis Ross River virus infection Yellow fever Fight the Bite United States Centres for Disease Control 1 – In South Australia the law requires doctors and laboratories[]

    Missing: Lymphangitis
  • Cellulitis

    lymphangitis of groin L03.325 Acute lymphangitis of perineum L03.326 Acute lymphangitis of umbilicus L03.327 Acute lymphangitis of buttock L03.329 …… unspecified L03.8 Cellulitis[] […] cellulitis Bancroftian filarial abscess Cellulitis Cellulitis of skin Cellulitis of skin with lymphangitis Cellulitis w lymphangitis Cutaneous chromoblastomycotic abscess[] […] other sites L03.89 Acute lymphangitis of other sites L03.891 Acute lymphangitis of head [any part, except face] L03.898 Acute lymphangitis of other sites L03.9 Cellulitis[]

    Missing: Ross River Fever

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