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56 Possible Causes for Palmar Keratosis, Small Foot

  • Acrootoocular Syndrome

    keratosis partial syndactyly more Skin Nails Hair Skin: multiple pigmented nevi palmar keratosis poorly developed palmar creases Head And Neck Nose: broad nasal base Endocrine[] […] teeth darkly colored teeth (reddish-brown) Skeletal Hands: short fingers single flexion crease fingers 2, 3, /-5 hypoplastic thenar, hypothenar, and interdigital eminences palmar[]

  • Reiter's Syndrome

    […] joints of the hands. 4 A helpful diagnostic clue to gonococcal arthritis is the presence of a pustule with an erythematous base on the hand or foot.[] […] arthritis is more often characterized by acute onset with migratory polyarthralgia that settles in one or more joints and is sometimes associated with tenosynovitis in the small[]

  • Chromoblastomycosis

    Chromoblastomycosis generally presents as a single lesion on an exposed site such as the foot or hand. It starts as a small firm red or grey bump.[] What may first appear as a small dull-red lesion gradually develops into a large ulcerated growth appearing like cauliflower tips in structure.[] On physical examination, several nodular and verrucous lesions were seen in the distal region of the foot.[]

  • Atopic Dermatitis

    This refers to small coin-like areas of eczema scattered over the body.[] […] children Flexure lichenification in older children and adults Minor features Eyes Cataracts (anterior subcapsular) Keratoconus Infraorbital folds affected Facial pallor Palmar[] They can develop recurrent acute itchy blisters on the palms, fingers and sometimes on the feet, known as pompholyx or vesicular hand/foot dermatitis.[]

  • Erythema Palmaris Hereditarium

    Small, flesh to dark brown colored, sessile, pedunculated, papillomatouc lesions •On the plantar surface of the foot, these lesions tend to become flattened •Lesions are[] Figure 2 Although there is severe plantar congenital hyperkeratosis, the hands show very little palmar keratosis (A and B).[] Figure 1: Plantar keratosis. Figure 2: Palmar keratosis. Figure 3: Initial clinical appearance with severe gingival inflammation and loss of several teeth.[]

  • Pityriasis Circinata

    […] to medium-sized blisters, usually affecting the inner aspect of the foot ( vesiculobullous type).[] […] pilaris; Nipple dermatitis; Palmar hyperlinearity; Pityriasis alba; White dermatographism; Xerosis IMMUNOLOGY: Elevated IgE LABORATORY ABNORMALITIES: Immediate (type I) skin[] […] scales between the toes, especially between 4 th and 5 th toes Scale covering the sole and sides of the feet (hyperkeratotic/moccasin type, usually caused by T. rubrum) Small[]

  • Proliferating Angioendotheliomatosis

    Kalden P, Krause T, Volk B, Peter HH, von Kempis J: Myositis of small foot muscles. Rheumatol Int 19:79-82,1998.[] ., pachyonychia congenita (type II), keratoderma, acquired AIDS, dermatophyte infections, diabetes mellitus, myxedema keratoderma, palmar and plantar Jackson-Sertoli s.[] A small popliteal aneurysm was present on the left, and there was occlusion (possibly embolic) of the left posterior tibia1 artery (Figure 2).[]

  • Pitted Keratolysis

    Affected individuals typically present with foot odor and multiple small pits on weight-bearing parts of their soles.[] PalmoPlantaris with Periodontopathia,Palmoplantar keratoderma with periodontosis,Hyperkeratosis palmoplantaris with Periodontosis, PLS Syndrome,palmar plantar hyperkeratosis[] Dedicated foot towel, washed regularly and antibacterial cream (mupirocin) applied twice a day.[]

  • Erythema Elevatum Diutinum

    The infiltrate surrounded small thickened vessels and extended extensively into the interstitium.[] CASE REPORT An 81-year-old Caucasian gentleman presented without complaints to the dermatology clinic for a scheduled yearly follow-up for rosacea and actinic keratosis.[] Biopsy taken from the nodular lesion on dorsum of left foot showed a diffused dense infiltrate in reticular dermis with mild fibroplasia.[]

  • Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Type 4

    Foot deformities: pes planus, pes planovalgus, hallux valgus.[] […] creases Accessory skin tags Benign familial pemphigus [Hailey-Hailey] Congenital poikiloderma Cutis laxa (hyperelastica) Dermatoglyphic anomalies Inherited keratosis palmaris[] Joint hypermobility (generalised or restricted to small joints). Minor criteria Inguinal hernia. Pectus deformity (especially excavatum). Joint dislocations.[]

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