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124 Possible Causes for Perioral Erythema

  • Palmoplantar Keratosis

    It usually involves perioral erythema and occasionally exhibits brachydactyly, nail abnormalities, and lichenoid plaques.[] The main clinical characteristics are transgressive PPK, hyperhidrosis, and perioral erythema.[] erythema, 30 which do not usually appear in Nagashima-type PPK.[]

  • Rosacea

    Scaling, eczematous changes Paranasal, nasolabial, extrafacial distribution Perioral dermatitis 7, 48 Erythema, papules Perioral distribution Smaller lesions No telangiectasia[] However, papules and pustules also may occur periorificially (that is, they may occur in the perioral, perinasal, or periocular areas).[] […] with small papules and pinpoint pustules Easiest subtype to treat Burning, stinging, or flushing is possible Sparing of the periocular and sometimes perioral areas May resemble[]

  • Acne Vulgaris

    While palpation of lesions is allowed - for example, to discriminate between macular erythema from inflammatory papules - magnification is not.[] […] confined to the chin and nasolabial folds; clear zone around the vermilion border Pseudofolliculitis barbae Affects curly-haired persons who regularly shave closely Rosacea Erythema[] […] for women, gentle shaving to minimize irritation for men), the use of a facial template to organize facial regions into sectors, such as the forehead, each cheek, nose and perioral[]

  • Malnutrition

    She had severe skin changes with erythema, desquamation, erosions and diffuse hyperpigmentation involving the whole integument, particularly the perioral area, trunk and legs[]

  • Oral Candidiasis

    In all cases, the gingiva is involved; in addition, other oral mucosal sites and the perioral skin may be affected.[] A minority of persons develop a symptomatic primary infection, presenting with an acute outbreak of oral vesicles that rapidly collapse to form zones of erythema and ulceration[]

  • Viral Exanthem

    SSSS is usually see in infants and begins with an abrupt appearance of perioral erythema.[]

  • Coxsackievirus Infection

    Fig. 2 a Family 1, case 1: impetigo-like clinical picture with perioral, erythematous, papulovesicular and scaly skin lesions. b Family 2, case 3: erythema multiforme-like[] […] clinical picture with perioral and perinasal, erythematous papular and vesiculobullous lesions.[]

  • Stroke

    Persistent lip-licking, common in children, causes chronic inflammation of the vermilion borders with clearly demarcated perioral erythema.[] Some children have the habit of sucking and biting the lower lip, whereby a sharply bordered perioral erythema may occur.[]

  • Psoriasis

    Rahman MA, Fikree M (2000) Perioral psoriasis. J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol 14:521–522 PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar 32.[] Pogrel MA, Cram D (1998) Intraoral findings in patients with psoriasis with a special reference to ectopic geographic tongue (erythema circinata).[]

  • Vasomotor Instability

    […] the forehead, cheek, nose, and perioral and periocular skin.[] Cutis. 2004 August;74(2):99-103 Rosacea is a condition of vasomotor instability characterized by facial erythema most notable in the central convex areas of the face, including[]

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