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202 Possible Causes for Lymphangitis, Urticaria

  • Eczema

    […] patch test reactions, with severe hand eczema/contact urticaria.[] Positive skin prick tests seem relevant, especially in the case of urticaria.[] Bleaching agents contain persulfate salts, which are known to induce immediate reactions such as rhinitis, asthma, contact urticaria, and anaphylaxis.[]

  • Insect Bite

    Insect bites and the associated hypersensitivity reactions known as papular urticaria account for a significant number of all referrals from pediatricians and dermatologists[] While folliculitis and impetigo may be treated with locally applied antibiotic creams and ointments, more generalized infections like cellulitis or lymphangitis may require[] Abstract Insect bites and the associated hypersensitivity reactions known as papular urticaria account for a significant number of all referrals from pediatricians and dermatologists[]

  • Pruritic Rash

    Papular urticaria—usually not on genital, periana, or axillary areas of the body, intensely pruritic, and the rash usually appears in linear clusters.[] Papular urticaria is an allergy to insect bites and is most common in children aged 2 to 10 years. The most commonly implicated insects are mosquitoes and fleas.[] The spectrum of urticaria. All that urticates may not be urticaria. Immunol Allergy Clin North Am . 1995;15(4):641–657. 20. Millikan LE. Treating pruritus.[]

  • Bee Sting

    After the live challenge, there was mild urticaria in a single patient; no SR developed in the rest of the patients.[] Unusual reactions to bee and wasp stings Infected bee and wasp stings Cellulitis and lymphangitis can occur if bacteria enter the break in the skin at the site of the sting[] Signs: Local Reactions Bees/Wasps ( Venom contains biogenic amines) Erythematous Papule s develop in seconds Most lesions subside in 4-6 hours Larger areas of edema and Urticaria[]

  • Vasculitis

    The most frequent manifestations at diagnosis were urticaria (100%), arthritis (88%), followed by biopsy-proven glomerulonephritis (19%), episcleritis/scleritis (19%) and[] Lymphangitis is sometimes considered a type of vasculitis. Vasculitis is primarily caused by leukocyte migration and resultant damage.[] ., palpable purpura, vasculitic urticaria, nodules, ulcers, mouth ulcers. Neurologic signs: e.g., headache, mononeuritis multiplex, focal neurological lesions (stroke).[]

  • Filariasis

    In the subcutaneous form, symptoms include itching, urticaria, skin rashes and joint involvement or arthritis.[] Limb lymphangitis progresses centrifugally. Adenitis may be seen alone or with lymphangitis.[] […] patients have massive microfilaremia without the slightest symptoms of the disease. (2) Acute infection: Include fever, lymphangitis, lymphadenitis, orchitis, epididymitis, urticaria[]

  • Erysipelas

    Veterinary Diseases Also called swine erysipelas. a disease of swine, caused by the organism Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae, characterized by urticaria, vegetative endocarditis[] 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.[]

  • Strongyloidiasis

    The adjacent lymphatic glands and ducts may also become involved, resulting in granulomatous lymphangitis that contributes further to the congestion and edema of the gut.[] Among these, 52 patients (61.9%) reported skin-related problems (pruritus, urticaria, angioedema, and/or rash).[] […] intermittent symptoms that mostly affect the intestine (abdominal pain and intermittent or persistent diarrhoea), the lungs (cough, wheezing, chronic bronchitis) or skin (pruritus, urticaria[]

  • Cellulitis

    […] be associated with necrotic eschar Most commonly located on the extremities Tinea (ringworm) Annular or ring-form lesions of variable size with central clearing Variable Urticaria[] 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[]

  • Skin Infection

    Urticaria or erythema multiform occasionally develops. Scarlet fever may accompany streptococcal pyoderma or wound infection (surgical scarlet fever).[] […] undergone steroid therapy for refractory idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura and had a history of diffuse large B cell lymphoma, developed a deep skin ulcer complicated with lymphangitis[] Haemophilus species, the cause of chancroid and cellulitis in young children Helicobacter pylori, a stomach infection, which may be associated with some cases of chronic urticaria[]

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