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5,144 Possible Causes for Skin Plaque, Small Testicular Volume, X-Ray Abnormal

  • Sarcoidosis

    Computed tomography detected a nodule in the middle lobe of the right lung, multiple small volume nodes in the retrocaval and left para-aortic regions, and enlarged bilateral[] This sample can help doctors understand what’s causing your symptoms and abnormal x-ray results.[] […] infiltrated nodules and plaque -like lesions on nose, cheeks, ears, fingers and toes (not chilblains ) skin plaques : purple-red or brown, thickened, circular skin lesions[]

  • Skin Cancer

    Signs SCC can present itself in many different ways such as scaly plaques, open sores that may crust or bleed, or even as red patches of skin resembling eczema.[] Painless, violaceous macules, nodules or plaques; violaceous hue may be difficult to detect in darker skinned populations.[] , waxy, scar-like plaques More aggressive with poorly-defined edges Commonly found on the face Clinical Image Dermoscopic Image Pigmented BCC Brown, blue or grayish lesion[]

    Missing: Small Testicular Volume
  • Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

    […] capacity of carbon monoxide (DLCO) along with abnormal chest x-rays may be detected in asymptomatic patients. [9] Pulmonary abnormalities do not correlate with immune parameters[] Other skin problems that occur include large red, circular rashes (plaques), which may scar (called discoid lupus). Skin rashes are usually aggravated by sunlight.[] Skin lesions begin as erythematous plaques and progress to atrophic scars. They cluster in light-exposed areas of the skin, such as the face, scalp, and ears.[]

    Missing: Small Testicular Volume
  • Acute Myelocytic Leukemia

    A chest X-ray, blood tests, and other tests are done to assess your general well-being. What is the treatment for acute myeloid leukaemia?[] A chest X-ray , blood tests, and other tests are done to assess your general well-being. What is the treatment for acute myeloid leukaemia?[] Also (prenatal exposition to) ionising irradiation or X-ray and to certain genotoxic chemicals and drugs, prenatal exposition to parental nicotine or alcohol abuse, and maybe[]

    Missing: Small Testicular Volume
  • Amyloidosis

    Skin is a common site of deposition and can manifest as asymptomatic plaques, fissures, or nodules.[] Examples include lichenoid or macular amyloidosis secondary to AD (keratin) deposition in the skin possibly as a result of trauma. 2 Amyloidomas composed of AIns are found[]

    Missing: Small Testicular Volume
  • Systemic Amyloidosis

    Blue skin tint is not a previously described feature of cutaneous amyloidosis.[] Classical cutaneous lesions are petechiae, purpura, ecchymosis, waxy and translucent papules and plaques.[] Waxy papules, nodules or plaques may be found around the eyelids, neck, groin and anogenital area. Blood-filled blisters may form, for example on pinching the skin.[]

    Missing: Small Testicular Volume
  • Mycosis

    A 63-year-old woman presented to our hospital for cough, sputum, and abnormal shadows on chest X-ray. Schizophyllum commune was isolated from mucous plugs.[] It is characterized by scaly, pruritic , well-demarcated skin plaques and patches that are refractory to initial treatment.[] Computed tomography (CT) — A special x-ray technique that produces a cross-sectional image of the body.[]

    Missing: Small Testicular Volume
  • Influenza

    Skin biopsy revealed leucocytoclastic vasculitis. Rash and symptoms resolved 10 days after initiating treatment with oral prednisone.[] This is a case of a 60-year-old man with chronic idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, with fever, arthralgias and rash characterised by extensive erythematous plaques on his limbs[]

    Missing: Small Testicular Volume
  • Acute Renal Failure

    The diagnosis of atheroembolic disease can be confirmed on skin or renal biopsy.[] A diagnostic imaging procedure that uses a combination of X-rays and computer technology to produce horizontal, or axial, images (often called slices) of the body.[] […] microembolism may be present in other organs (livedo reticularis, gastrointestinal tract bleeding, pancreatitis, persisting encephalopathy and retinal embolism seen as “Hollenhorst” plaques[]

    Missing: Small Testicular Volume
  • Coronary Atherosclerosis

    The physician injects a contrast solution into the artery and takes X-rays to check for blockage and other abnormalities.[] The plaque is still there, just flattened against the wall of the artery. The balloon catheter is then withdrawn.[] With this procedure, X-rays are taken after a contrast agent is injected into an artery to locate the narrowing, occlusions, and other abnormalities of specific arteries.[]

    Missing: Small Testicular Volume

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