The major clinical forms of tinea pedis are: 1) intertriginous; 2) plantar hyperkeratosis and 3) vesiculo-bullous infections2.
For tinea pedis plantar hyperkeratosis form was observed in 44 cases (62.8%) and plantar dyshidrosis in 26 cases (37.1%).
[…] areas.  Chronic hyperkeratotic tinea pedis The hyperkeratotic type of tinea pedis is characterized by chronic plantar erythema with slight scaling to diffuse hyperkeratosis
Metastasis of bronchogenic carcinoma to the chest wall and axillary lymphnodes is a rare occurrence. This study reports the case of a patient presenting with chest wall swelling as initial symptom which on evaluation was found to be a lymphnode metastasis. The patient also had axillary lymphnode metastasis on the[…]
hyperkeratosis periodontal disease Descripción : The connection between palmar plantar hyperkeratosis and severe periodontal disease was first reported in 1924 by Papillon
(B) Plantar hyperkeratosis. Figure 1 (A) Severe destructive periodontitis. (B) Plantar hyperkeratosis.
Disease Creador: Nivel de acceso: Open access Palabras clave : Enfermedad de Papillon - Lefevre Papillon-Lefevre Disease Papillon-Lefevre Papillon-Lefovre syndrume Palmar-plantar
hyperkeratosis and significant stress history, psoriasis was the first impression.
Histopathological examination revealed hyperkeratosis with orthoheratosis, acanthosis, spongiosis and papillomatosis.
Systemic acitretin is the treatment of choice. 14 Pustular Psoriasis May involve several digits or be limited to 1 (Hallopeau’s acrodermatitis) Palmo-plantar psoriasis
hyperkeratosis, onychodystrophy, leonine facies (resembles a lion) Associated with monoclonal gammopathy and secondary neoplasms (carcinoma, other non-Hodgkin lymphomas),
[…] exfoliative erythroderma, generalized lymphadenopathy and blood involvement by Sézary cells (resemble cells of mycosis fungoides) Pruritus, alopecia, ectropion, palmar / plantar
Atrioventricular (A-V) conduction disturbances in Reiter's syndrome are usually described in longstanding disease. This report deals with two male patients with Reiter's syndrome who developed an A-V block early in the course of the disease. One of these patients developed a second degree A-V block, Wenckebach[…]
[…] deficit, spasticity in the lower limbs (spastic paraplegia), pes cavus deformity of both feet, an abnormal gait, and palmar and plantar hyperkeratosis.
[…] of both feet, an abnormal gait, and palmar and plantar hyperkeratosis.
In addition, they show palmar and plantar hyperkeratosis.
Thomas, SE, Dykes, PJ, Marks, R: Plantar hyperkeratosis: A study of callosities and normal plantar skin. J. Invest. Dermatol. 85: 394 – 397, 1985.
Apocrine hidrocystomas of the lids, hypodontia, palmar-plantar hyperkeratosis, and onychodystrophy: a new variant of ectodermal dysplasia. Arch Ophthal. 1986;104:1811-3.
Freeman, DB : Corns and calluses resulting from mechanical hyperkeratosis. Am. Fam. Phys. 65: 2277 – 2278, 2002. Google Scholar Medline ISI 4.
Int J Dermatol 42(6):461–463 Nomori H, Horio H, Iga R, Fuyuno G, Kobayashi R, Morinaga S (1996) Squamous cell carcinoma of the lung associated with palmo-plantar hyperkeratosis
Indian J Gastroenterol 21(6):227 Murata I, Ogami Y, Nagai Y, Furumi K, Yoshikawa I, Otsuki M (1998) Carcinoma of the stomach with hyperkeratosis palmaris et plantaris and
Am J Gastroenterol 93(3):449–451 Grundmann JU, Weisshaar E, Franke I, Bonnekoh B, Gollnick H (2003) Lung carcinoma with congenital plantar keratoderma as a variant of Clarke-Howel-Evans
Late yaws appears after five years of the initial infection and is characterized by disabling consequences of the nose, bones and palmar/plantar hyperkeratosis.
Symptoms of Yaws A painless ulcer that has a scab Papillomas A thickening palmar/plantar hyperkeratosis Treatment The treatment for Yaws is not expensive and is a single dose
CHAPTER CI SYCOSIS BARBAE 254 CONDYLOMATA 258 GUMMA 260 MULTIPLE CUTANEOUS GUMMATA 262 SECONDARY MACULAR AND PAPULAR ERUPTION 264 SECONDARY PAPULAR ERUPTION 266 TERTIARY PLANTAR
—Syphilis: Tertiary Plantar Hyperkeratosis LXXXIX.—Syphilis: Tertiary Scarring and Elephantiasis of Lips XC.—Syphilis: Tertiary Ulcer XCI.—Syphilis: Tertiary Ulcer XCII.
HYPERKERATOSIS 268 TERTIARY SCARRING AND ELEPHANTIASIS OF LIPS 270 TERTIARY ULCER 272 TERTIARY ULCER 274 TERTIARY ULCERATING SYPHILIDE 276 CHAPTER CXII TINEA BARBAI 278 CHAPTER
Citation: Higgins E, Capra M, Schwartz ME, Smith FJD, McLean WHI, Irvine AD, Resolution of the plantar hyperkeratosis of pachyonychia congenita during chemotherapy for Ewing
She had thickening and discoloration of the fingernails and toenails, plantar hyperkeratosis, palmar-plantar hyperhidrosis and multiple cutaneous cysts.
She had a scrotal tongue with leucokeratotic areas, blister formation, plantar hyperkeratosis, palmoplantar hyperhidrosis and dental cavities since childhood.
Plantar hyperkeratosis due to Fusarium verticilloides in a patient with malignancy. Clin Exp Dermatol 1999; 24: 175–178. 6.
She had a scrotal tongue with leucokeratotic areas, Blister formation, Plantar hyperkeratosis, palmoplantar hyperhidrosis and Dental cavities since childhood .
Synonym(s): nevus sebaceus Jadassohn-Lewandowski syndrome - ectodermal dysplasia of abnormal thickness and elevation of nail plates with palmar and plantar hyperkeratosis.
A 28-year-old Woman developed Subungual Hyperkeratosis of all toe-nails and thumb-nails associated with Pain on pressure and walking .
Microvasc Res. 2008 Nov;76(3):194-201. doi: 10.1016/j.mvr.2008.07.001. Epub 2008 Jul 11. Author information 1 Department of Dermatology, Kaohsiung Medical University Hospital and College of Medicine, Kaohsiung Medical University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Abstract An endemic peripheral vascular disorder due to chronic arsenic[…]
Realgar (arsenic sulfide) is widely used in combination with other herbs as Chinese patent medicine to treat a variety of diseases in China. As a mineral arsenic, its mild toxicity was also well known. Longtime over-dose usage or wrongly oral intake of realgar can cause chronic arsenic poisoning and/or death, but[…]
Chromoblastomycosis is a chronic fungal infection of the skin and subcutaneous tissues caused by different melanized fungi. The disease occurs worldwide, particularly in tropical and subtropical regions but not reported in Vietnam. A 47-year-old women was admitted to hospital 103, Hanoi, Vietnam, with a 10-year lasting[…]
hyperkeratosis, e.g. of weight-bearing skin; severe forms are associated with constricting digital bands, leading to autoamputation; treated by regular hyperkeratosis reduction
CONSUMERS: Click here for the Consumer Version Topic Resources Palmoplantar keratodermas are rare inherited disorders characterized by palmar and plantar hyperkeratosis.
Diffuse, yellowish palmar and plantar hyperkeratosis (‘keratoderma’) with a red border.
A patient with PC who had a KRT6A mutation was treated with rosuvastatin with significant improvement in plantar hyperkeratosis and pain.
[…] bullae, subungual hyperkeratosis (Figure 7), fingernail and toenail dystrophy, hyperhidrosis (of hands and feet), follicular hyperkeratosis (Figure 8, Figure 9), laryngeal
[…] keratoderma 89% 98% 94% 100% 80% Plantar pain 96% 100% 100% 97% 89% Palmar keratoderma 54% 41% 19% 81% 51% Cysts 68% 71% 25% 26% 92% Follicular hyperkeratosis 62% 47% 0 14%
Figure 1: (A) hypotrichosis; (B, C) nail dystrophy; (D) plantar hyperkeratosis
Summary [ edit ] Description English: Phenotype characteristics of patients 2, a, b dysplastic nails and toes, and 3, c thickened, dysplastic nails, d plantar hyperkeratosis
hyperkeratosis Blepharitis Irregular hyperpigmentation Generalized hyperpigmentation Clubbing Squamous cell carcinoma Hyposmia Nasal obstruction Thoracic dysplasia Abnormality
TY - JOUR T1 - Severe palmo-plantar hyperkeratosis in Koebner epidermolysis bullosa simplex.
The frequency of milia, mild atrophic scarring, focal plantar hyperkeratosis and nail dystrophy is intermediate between that of localized EBS and EBS-DM (see these terms),
Because this goal is rarely achieved, e... more A 22-year-old Japanese woman with Koebner epidermolysis bullosa simplex presented with severe palmo-plantar hyperkeratosis.
Commonly seen in the presence of plantar hyperkeratosis and hyperhidrosis, lesions are punctate pits, coalescing in areas to form serpiginouslyedged erosions.
hyperkeratosis with concominant periodontal destruction,Palmar-Plantar Hyperkeratosis Periodontal Destruction,PLS Cochin Jewish Disease,Synonym/Haim-Munk Syndrome) Papular-purpuric
Plantar warts typically present with localized areas of hyperkeratosis, which is thickening of the outer layer of the skin, and are very often painful.
Obesity is a chronic disease that may lead to skin problems, including acanthosis nigricans, skin tags, hyperandrogenism, striae distensae, plantar hyperkeratosis, and candidal
hyperkeratosis, cellulitis, skin infections, hidradenitis suppurativa, psoriasis, insulin resistance syndrome, and tophaceous gout.
acrochordons, keratosis pilaris, hyperandrogenism and hirsutism, striae distensae, adiposis dolorosa, and fat redistribution, lymphedema, chronic venous insufficiency, plantar
Some skin modifications, such as chronic lymphedema, plantar hyperkeratosis and interdigital desquamation, may be associated with consequent impairment of the local immunosurveillance
A 22-year-old Japanese woman with Koebner epidermolysis bullosa simplex presented with severe palmo-plantar hyperkeratosis.
[…] as "Koebner variant of generalized epidermolysis bullosa simplex", presents at birth to early infancy with a predilection for the hands, feet, and extremities, and palmar-plantar
Keratolytics and softening agents for palmar plantar hyperkeratosis may prevent tissue thickening and cracking.
hyperkeratosis • Connective tissue pathology, e.g. plantar fibromatosis, plantar plate rupture • Synovial pathology, e.g. ganglion, adventitious bursitis, capsulitis, gouty
The following is a short list of possible diseases: Soft-tissue diseases • Hyperkeratosis of the focal plantar • One or more connective tissue pathologies such as plantar
Generalized joint hypermobility Non-functional metatarsalgia (forefoot pain due to forefoot, foot or limb pathology or systemic disease) Soft-tissue pathologies • Focal plantar
hyperkeratosis, skin tags, and candidal intertrigo. 40,41 Therefore, morbidly obese patients who also have lymphedema are at risk for additional skin disorders.
Obesity is implicated in a wide spectrum of dermatological diseases, including acanthosis nigricans, acrochordons, keratosis pilaris, striae distensae, adiposis dolorosa, plantar
Within the study group, patients with skin tag, acanthosis nigricans and plantar hyperkeratosis had higher BMI.
Most common skin findings of obese patients were: Skin tag (53.3%), plantar hyperkeratosis (29.6%), fungal infections (25.3%), striae (20.3%) and acanthosis nigricans (15.3%
Conclusion: Skin tag, plantar hyperkeratosis, fungal infections, striae and acanthosis nigricans were found to be the most common skin diseases in obese patients in our study
hyperkeratosis 0007556 Sparse and thin eyebrow Thin, sparse eyebrows 0000535 Sparse body hair 0002231 Sparse scalp hair Scalp hair, thinning Sparse, thin scalp hair sparse-absent
Physical examination revealed nail plate dystrophy and subungual hyperkeratosis on the toenails, plantar hyperkeratosis, and absence of hair on the limbs.
(b) Diffuse palmar hyperkeratosis.
[…] markings; histologically, there are hyperkeratosis, absence of a granular layer in the epidermis, and normal epidermal cell turnover. ichthyosis vulgaris (vŭl-gā′rəs, -gâr
IV is characterized by palmar and plantar hyperlinearity, keratosis pilaris, hyperkeratosis, xerosis, and excess scaling.
Subtle hyperkeratosis of the palms and soles will give rise to palmar and plantar hyperlinearity (Figure 2).