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258 Possible Causes for Plantar Hyperkeratosis

  • Tinea Pedis

    The major clinical forms of tinea pedis are: 1) intertriginous; 2) plantar hyperkeratosis and 3) vesiculo-bullous infections 2.[] […] areas. [4] Chronic hyperkeratotic tinea pedis The hyperkeratotic type of tinea pedis is characterized by chronic plantar erythema with slight scaling to diffuse hyperkeratosis[] This presentation is characterized by chronic plantar erythema with slight scaling to diffuse hyperkeratosis. Inflammatory/vesicular.[]

  • Bronchogenic Carcinoma

    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[…][]

  • Papillon Lefevre Disease

    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.[] Anderson , The syndrome of palmar-plantar hyperkeratosis and premature periodontal destruction of the teeth, The Journal of Pediatrics , 1964 , 65 , 6, 895 CrossRef[]

  • Palmoplantar Pustulosis

    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[]

  • Reiter's Syndrome

    Reactive arthritis, formerly known as Reiter's syndrome, is a form of inflammatory arthritis [1] that develops in response to an infection in another part of the body (cross-reactivity). Coming into contact with bacteria and developing an infection can trigger the disease. [2] By the time the patient presents with[…][]

  • Sézary Syndrome

    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[]

  • Yaws

    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[] hyperkeratosis (thickening).[]

  • Fusarium Infection

    Plantar hyperkeratosis due to Fusarium verticilloides in a patient with malignancy. Clin Exp Dermatol 1999; 24: 175–178. 6.[]

  • Pachyonychia Congenita

    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.[]

  • Acute Arsenic Poisoning

    Arsenic is highly toxic and can enter the body through the gastrointestinal tract, skin or lungs. Acute arsenic poisoning can occur through ingestion of contaminated water, occupational exposure and deliberate poisoning. Acute arsenic poisoning (AAP) can present with a number of features. Exposure to non-lethal[…][]

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