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71 Possible Causes for Raynaud Phenomenon, Splinter Hemorrhage

  • Hypereosinophilic Syndrome

    Splinter hemorrhages were found in both hands.[] phenomenon The skin is among the most common organ systems involved in hypereosinophilic syndrome; more than half of all patients have cutaneous involvement.[] Janeway Lesions and Splinter Hemorrhages in a Patient With Eosinophilic Endomyocarditis. JAMA Dermatol . 2015 Aug. 151 (8):907-8. [Medline] .[]

  • Embolism

    Abstract We aimed to assess the relationship between alterations of tissue perfusion parameters at admission (highly predictive of mortality in septic shock) and outcome in patients admitted to the intensive care unit (ICU) for acute pulmonary embolism (PE). We conducted a retrospective study to analyze the[…][]

  • Nail Abnormality

    Certain infections (especially of the heart valve) may cause red streaks in the nail bed ( splinter hemorrhages).[] View/Print Figure FIGURE 5 Onycholysis and splinter hemorrhage.[] […] derm consult RE biopsy nail if suspect nail tumor Pain ddx paronychia, ingrown nail, herpetic whitlow, nail trauma Discoloration ddx Leukonychia, Onycholysis, melanonychia, splinter[]

  • Idiopathic Cryoglobulinemia

    phenomenon, Raynaud's phenomenon, retinal hemorrhage, secondary cryoglobulinemia, Sjögren syndrome, Sjögren's syndrome, simple cryoglobulinemia, SLE, stroke, systemic lupus[] Blanching, pain, numbness in fingers and toes (Raynaud’s phenomenon) Bleeding under the skin (purpura) General weakness Joint pain For peripheral neuropathy: Pain, numbness[] Blanching, pain, numbness in fingers and toes (Raynaud's phenomenon) Bleeding under the skin (purpura) General weakness Joint pain For peripheral neuropathy: Pain, numbness[]

  • Hyperviscosity Syndrome

    She denied alopecia, dry eyes, dry mouth, Raynaud’s phenomenon, red painful eyes, oral or nasal ulcers, shortness of breath, orthopnea and chest pain.[] phenomenon, digital ischemia, livedo reticularis, and purpura may occur.[] Type I cryoglobulinemia is frequently asymptomatic per se but patients may develop acrocyanosis, retinal hemorrhage, Raynaud's phenomenon, and arterial thrombosis.[]

  • Microscopic Polyangiitis

    Cutaneous lesions (purpura, splinter hemorrhages) are found in 44 to 58% of the patients.[] Other systemic manifestations include cutaneous involvement (eg, subcutaneous nodules), purpura or Raynaud phenomenon, coronary arteritis, pericarditis, and hematologic abnormalities[] Nail bed infarcts and splinter hemorrhages may occur; digital ischemia occurs rarely.[]

  • Thromboangiitis Obliterans

    Abstract Subungueal splinter hemorrhage (S.U.S.H.) has been reported in various conditions and may herald a serious systemic disease.[] A 25-year-old woman with progressive Raynaud's phenomenon and digital necrosis is presented.[] Raynaud's Phenomenon occurs in whom?[]

  • Cryoglobulinemia

    Diagnosis Pathology: dermal leukocytoclastic vasculitis - perivascular polymorphonuclear infiltration with tissue extravasation and fragmentation in the dermis Clinical Splinter[] phenomenon in 25 (25%); arthralgias in 24 (24%); and renal manifestations, primarily glomerulonephritis in 14 (14%) patients.[] Most common clinical manifestations in CryoVas are skin lesions (orthostatic purpura and ulcers), weakness, peripheral neuropathy, Raynaud's phenomenon, sicca syndrome, membranoproliferative[]

  • Livedo Reticularis

    hemorrhages, and anetoderma.[] A 31-year-old woman with MS developed livedo reticularis and secondary Raynaud phenomenon 2.5 years after introduction of interferon beta-1b.[] Pheochromocytoma in a patient with a preliminary diagnosis of Raynaud's phenomenon . Scand J Rheumatol . 2010 ; 39 ( 6 ): 523 – 524 . 4. .[]

  • Cyanosis

    Patients also may develop skin necrosis, ulcerations, digital gangrene, splinter hemorrhages, and livedoid vasculopathy. 2 Systemic manifestations of APS include thrombocytopenia[] The cause is usually poor circulation resulting from: Raynaud's phenomenon – where the blood supply to certain parts of the body, usually the fingers and toes, becomes temporarily[] Raynaud's phenomenon .[]

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