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47 Possible Causes for Palms Soles and Oral Mucosa Are Not Involved

  • Cutaneous Candidiasis

    Pustules were usually present on the palms and soles, but the oral mucosae only rarely had any thrush [12].[] The back, extensor surfaces of the extremities, and skin folds had the greatest degree of involvement. The diaper area was relatively spared.[]

  • Acanthosis Nigricans

    Lesions involving the mucosa, palms and soles tends to be more extensive and more severe in malignant acanthosis nigricans.[] mucosa (lips and tongue) affected in 25% of cases; rare involvement of esophagus Hyperkeratotic lesions may develop on the palms, soles and knuckles Clinical images Contributed[] Acanthosis nigricans lesions may also appear on the mucous membranes of the oral cavity, nasal and laryngeal mucosa and oesophagus.[]

  • Pityriasis Circinata

    Oral and genital mucosa, palms and soles, face, groin, axillae were examined and they were normal.[] The lesions were well defined, erythematous, and nearly ovalin shape with a typical collarette of scales at the margin.Secondary eruptions were oval, few in number, involving[]

  • Pruritic Urticarial Papules and Plaques of Pregnancy

    The face, palms, and soles were uninvolved. No vesicles or pustules were noted. The oral mucosa was pink, moist, and unremarkable. Figure 1.[] Initial presentation of urticarial plaques involving the abdominal striae with periumbilical sparing (A) and the left arm (B).[] Examination of the skin revealed erythematous papules and urticarial plaques involving the abdominal striae with periumbilical sparing (Figure 1A).[]

  • Syphilis

    Widespread mucocutaneous lesions are observed over the entire body and may involve the palms, soles, and oral mucosae.[]

  • Skin Atrophy

    […] the palms and soles, pustules, condylomata lata, alopecia ("motheaten"), white plaques on oral and genital mucosa 3 : Gummas, granulomas Systemic lupus erythematosus Photosensitivity[] , leg ulcers (malleolar regions), pallor 1 : Chancre (painless) (see p. 516) 2 : Rash ("the great imitator")—ham- to bronze-colored, generalized, maculopapular rash that involves[]

  • Blister

    Oral mucosa, palms and soles are rarely involved.[]

  • Eosinophilic Pustular Folliculitis

    Herein, we report a woman who presented with classic EPF involving the lip and oral mucosa.[] Although classic EPF has a predilection for face, involvement of hairless areas such as palms and soles has been reported frequently.[]

  • Erythema Multiforme

    The patient first noticed the lesions on the palms and soles followed by involvement of the oral cavity in form of multiple haemorrhagic crusting ulcerations involving lips[] […] and/or soles with or without oral, genital and ocular mucosa involvement Associated conjunctivitis and/or ciliary flush (indicating probably associated keratitis, uveitis[] We report a ten year-old healthy male child who developed skin lesions of both palms and soles associated with oral ulcerative lesions.[]

  • Graft-versus-Host-Disease

    Physical examination will show distinctive rash, red raised rash primarily of face, palms, soles, and upper trunk. Jaundice may be present with liver involvement.[] Lesions, inflammatory or lichen-like, may occur on the oral mucosa. Conjunctivitis will also be apparent.[]

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