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288 Possible Causes for Necrotic Skin Ulcers

  • Stomatitis

    The intra-oral clinical examination found halitosis, multiple ulcers, necrotizing stomatitis and osteomyelitis located in the maxillary and mandibular regions.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] On physical examination, the patient presented malnourished with pale skin, cervical lymphadenitis, frequent fever and generalized pain.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Skin Infection

    It is marked by deep ulcers and necrotizing areas, but intents to isolate causative pathogens usually yield negative results.[symptoma.com] Of note, pyoderma gangrenosum is a skin disease of unknown etiology.[symptoma.com]

  • Oral Candidiasis

    Skin lesion of syphilis is also present • Necrotic ulcer and gangrenous stomatitis: ulcer is deeper than candidiasis • Traumatic ulcer: history of trauma is present 24 25.[slideshare.net] […] diminished host resistance favors candidiasis • Drug reaction: identification of condition causing diminished host resistance • Syphilitic mucus patches: discrete small white necrotic[slideshare.net]

  • Ischemic Ulcer

    RESULTS: Of the 31 patients, all presented with 1 or multiple painful necrotic skin ulcers on the laterodorsal part of the leg, with bilateral involvement in 16 of 31 cases[zora.uzh.ch] Results Of the 31 patients, all presented with 1 or multiple painful necrotic skin ulcers on the laterodorsal part of the leg, with bilateral involvement in 16 of 31 cases[jamanetwork.com] Vasculitic ulcers frequently have irregular shapes and borders. Additionally, the base of the wound tends to be necrotic with significant vascularity.[journals.lww.com]

  • Calciphylaxis

    The clinical syndrome of calciphylaxis is characterized by arteriolar medial calcification, thrombotic cutaneous ischemia, necrotic skin ulceration, and a high mortality rate[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Through this case we aim to raise awareness of calciphylaxis as a differential diagnosis of non-healing necrotic skin ulcers, especially in patients with known risk factors[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Calciphylaxis is a potentially life-threatening condition involving painful necrotic skin ulcerations, especially of the lower extremities.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Staphylococcus Aureus

    Complicated skin and soft tissue infections include deep soft-tissue infections, surgical and/or traumatic wounds, major abscesses, infected ulcers and burns, and necrotizing[infectiousdiseaseadvisor.com]

  • Pseudomonas Aeruginosa

    On admission, at skin level, there was noticed a necrotic coccygeal ulceration (with rapid increasing dimensions 0.5/0.5 cm in 24 hours), and with the transformation from[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Otitis Externa

    skin near osseous portion of external auditory canal, often with abundant necrotic and granulation tissue Microscopic (histologic) description Epithelium is necrotic or ulcerated[pathologyoutlines.com] […] state) plus neutrophilic migratory defect plus virulence of Pseudomonas Treatment Antibiotics, surgical debridement, hyperbaric oxygen ( HNO 2003;51:315 ) Gross description Ulcerated[pathologyoutlines.com]

  • Herpes Zoster

    […] lesions, ulcerated necrotic or hemorrhagic lesions, and/or systemic disease (pneumonia, liver failure, encephalitis or coagulopathy)[ 16, 26, 53, 159, 165 ].[doi.org] […] ascending infection during birth, or by means of respiratory droplets or direct contact with infectious lesions after birth, and neonatal disease may manifest itself with skin[doi.org]

  • Duodenal Ulcer

    […] of an individual with impaired resistance as a result of a systemic disease, which is characterized by necrotic ulceration associated with prominent tissue destruction. rodent[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com] […] ulcer ulcerating basal cell carcinoma of the skin. stress ulcer a type of peptic ulcer, usually gastric, resulting from stress; possible predisposing factors include changes[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com] […] creating an opening on both surfaces. phagedenic ulcer 1. any of a group of conditions due to secondary bacterial invasion of a preexisting cutaneous lesion or the intact skin[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]

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