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1,572 Possible Causes for Progressive Peripapillary Chorioretinal Atrophy, Skin Tear

  • Porphyria Cutanea Tarda

    Bilateral, geographic, peripapillary chorioretinal atrophy is evident and shows progression over a significant period despite improving the PCT.[]

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis

    This includes: regular sunscreen use with SPF 15 or higher and UVA/UVB protection sensitive skin or hypoallergenic skin moisturizer proper eye care when needed such as artificial[] It comprises a number of natural barriers to infection, including: Anatomical barriers, such as skin, mucous membranes, ciliated epithelial cells, tears, and saliva.[] tears and safe cleansing Educating yourself and others about the cause of rosacea or rhinophyma may help remove social stigmas around the disorder.[]

    Missing: Progressive Peripapillary Chorioretinal Atrophy
  • Acute Hepatic Porphyria

    Gut. 1994 Aug;35(8):1112-5. Author information 1 University Department of Medicine and Therapeutics, Western Infirmary, Glasgow. Abstract Patients with acute hepatic porphyria are denied essential operations because of concern that general anaesthesia and surgery will precipitate a life threatening porphyric crisis.[…][]

    Missing: Progressive Peripapillary Chorioretinal Atrophy
  • Iatrogenic Cushing's Disease

    […] human genetics Benign bone tumors Benign breast conditions Benign liver tumors and hepatic cysts Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo Benign prostatic hyperplasia Benign skin[] […] lesions Benzodiazepines Beta blockers Beta-2 adrenergic agonists Biceps tendon tear Biliary cancer Bipolar disorder Birth traumas Bisphosphonates Bladder exstrophy, abnormalities[]

    Missing: Progressive Peripapillary Chorioretinal Atrophy
  • Epidermolysis Bullosa Acquisita

    This most often inherited disorder can cause the skin to tear and pull away from the body in response to friction, resulting in fluid-filled blisters.[] Epidermolysis bullosa is a rare genetic condition that makes skin so fragile that it can tear or blister at the slightest touch.[] General Overview Epidermolysis bullosa is a group of skin conditions representing deficiency in one of several proteins that anchor skin to the body.[]

    Missing: Progressive Peripapillary Chorioretinal Atrophy
  • Cushing's Disease

    This site uses cookies , tags, and tracking settings to store information that help give you the very best browsing experience. Dismiss this warning View More View Less 1 Department of Neurological Surgery and the Metabolic Research Unit, Department of Medicine, University of California at San Francisco, San[…][]

    Missing: Progressive Peripapillary Chorioretinal Atrophy
  • Variegate Porphyria

    The acute hepatic porphyrias can cause life-threatening attacks of neurovisceral symptoms that mimic other acute medical conditions. Variegate porphyria caused by mutations in the protoporphyrinogen oxidase (PPOX) gene is a latent disorder characterized by exacerbations induced by fasting, alcohol consumption or[…][]

    Missing: Progressive Peripapillary Chorioretinal Atrophy
  • Erythropoietic Porphyria

    Gunther disease, is a congenital form of erythropoietic porphyria. The word porphyria originated from the Greek word porphura. Porphura actually means "purple pigment", which, in suggestion, the color that the body fluid changes when a person has Gunther's disease. It is a rare, autosomal recessive metabolic[…][]

    Missing: Progressive Peripapillary Chorioretinal Atrophy
  • Purpura Senilis

    It is, however, a risk factor for skin tears in institutionalised patients.[] Thin skin Skin tears easily Irregularly shaped lesions appear that may measure one to four cm and are dark in color.[] The purpuric lesions resolve over one to three weeks and may produce residual brown pigmentation of the skin.[]

    Missing: Progressive Peripapillary Chorioretinal Atrophy
  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Signs and symptoms of dehydration may include decreased or no urine production, dry mucus membranes, dry mouth or skin, no tears, weakness, lightheadedness and low blood pressure[] The best clinical indicators of more than 5% dehydration are prolonged capillary refill, abnormal skin turgor, and absent tears.9 The recommendations for assessing and managing[] […] pinch, decreased tears, or refusal to drink fluids.[]

    Missing: Progressive Peripapillary Chorioretinal Atrophy

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