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57 Possible Causes for Small Hands (Male and Female

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  • Fibroma

    Cellular fibroma of tendon sheath occurred in 5 males and 4 females in a younger age group (median age 32 years, range 12-46 years) as small soft tissue masses of the finger[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] (n 5), hand (n 3) and wrist (n 1).[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Viral Exanthem

    small joints of the hands, wrists and the knees are most commonly involved.[racgp.org.au] Rubella and rubella vaccine are associated with arthritis, which occurs in 30–50% of females and 6% of males. 11 The arthritis is similar to that in rheumatic fever and the[racgp.org.au]

  • Klinefelter Syndrome

    […] a handful of female or non male identifying people who have an XXY karyotype.Ultimately, it remains unknown what proportion of individuals born with XXY will identify as[web.archive.org] However, although probably only a small minority, individuals with XXY who do not identify as male do indeed exist, and a number of intersex organizations report more than[web.archive.org] Follow-up studies of XXY individuals diagnosed through newborn screening surveys would suggest that almost all of these babies will be phenotypically male and identify as male[web.archive.org]

  • Polyarticular Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis

    It is much more common in females than in males and has onset usually after 10 years of age. It is often a severe form of arthritis.[printo.it] It often causes symmetrical arthritis affecting initially mainly the small joints of the hands and feet and then extending to the other joints.[printo.it]

  • Oligoarthritis

    Joint diseases associated with mumps virus occur more commonly in males than in females (5:1).[journals.lww.com] Large joints are generally affected, but small joints such as the hands, and temporomandibular and cricoarytenoid joints, may also be affected.[journals.lww.com]

  • Viral Arthritis

    small joints of the hands, wrists and the knees are most commonly involved.[racgp.org.au] Rubella and rubella vaccine are associated with arthritis, which occurs in 30–50% of females and 6% of males. 11 The arthritis is similar to that in rheumatic fever and the[racgp.org.au]

  • Chondroblastoma

    […] to female ratio of 2:1. [2], [9] Patients beyond the 2 nd decade tends to develop this lesion at unusual sites like small bones of the hand and feet, flat bones, and skull[cancerjournal.net] […] complete incorporation of the graft and no evidence of recurrence or radiocarpal arthritis Click here to view Discussion Chondroblastoma is a rare ( nd decade of life with a male[cancerjournal.net]

  • Juvenile Psoriatic Arthritis

    It is much more common in females than in males and has onset usually after 10 years of age. It is often a severe form of arthritis.[printo.it] It often causes symmetrical arthritis affecting initially mainly the small joints of the hands and feet and then extending to the other joints.[printo.it]

  • Angioimmunoblastic Lymphadenopathy

    […] than in males Arthritis usually symmetrical and rarely erosive (small joints of the hands, wrists and knees) In 20 % of the affected women the arthropathy may persist for[usdocument.net] 1) Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) Human parvovirus B 19-associated arthritis Fifth disease Joint manifestations in 10 % of children and 50 % of adults More common in females[usdocument.net]

  • Hypogonadotropic Hypogonadism

    […] a handful of female or non male identifying people who have an XXY karyotype.Ultimately, it remains unknown what proportion of individuals born with XXY will identify as[web.archive.org] However, although probably only a small minority, individuals with XXY who do not identify as male do indeed exist, and a number of intersex organizations report more than[web.archive.org] Follow-up studies of XXY individuals diagnosed through newborn screening surveys would suggest that almost all of these babies will be phenotypically male and identify as male[web.archive.org]

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