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46 Possible Causes for Subcutaneous Spheroids

  • Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Type 2

    Alternatively, subcutaneous spheroids are small calcified nodules that form under the skin. They can be felt through the skin and may be moved.[forgottendiseases.org] spheroids, and pseudotumors.[icd10data.com] spheroids 0 0 Table 2 Clinical Data of Classic EDS and Healthy Control Subjects Table 2 Clinical Data of Classic EDS and Healthy Control Subjects Parameter Classic EDS Control[iovs.arvojournals.org]

  • Ehlers Danlos Syndrome Classic Type

    Minor acquired traits, such as molluscoid pseudotumors, subcutaneous spheroids, and signs of premature skin aging are equally useful in adults.[thezebranetwork.org] Alternatively, subcutaneous spheroids are small calcified nodules that form under the skin. They can be felt through the skin and may be moved.[forgottendiseases.org] spheroids 0 0 Table 2 Clinical Data of Classic EDS and Healthy Control Subjects Table 2 Clinical Data of Classic EDS and Healthy Control Subjects Parameter Classic EDS Control[iovs.arvojournals.org]

  • Ehlers Danlos Syndrome Beasley Cohen Type

    spheroids, and pseudotumors.[linkedlifedata.com] spheroids Livedo reticularis piezogenic papules Arterial rupture Valvular heart disease , such as mitral valve prolapse , which creates an increased risk for infective endocarditis[piglix.com] […] connective tissue; major manifestations include hyperextensible skin and joints, easy bruisability, friability of tissues with bleeding and poor wound healing, calcified subcutaneous[linkedlifedata.com]

  • Ehlers Danlos Syndrome

    Minor acquired traits, such as molluscoid pseudotumors, subcutaneous spheroids, and signs of premature skin aging are equally useful in adults.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] spheroids, and pseudotumors.[icd10data.com] […] connective tissue; major manifestations include hyperextensible skin and joints, easy bruisability, friability of tissues with bleeding and poor wound healing, calcified subcutaneous[icd10data.com]

  • Acrogeria

    spheroids, piezogenic papules & livedo reticularis .[xpertdox.com] […] atrophic cigarette paper scars, redundant skin folds, easy bruising, molluscoid pseudotumors (predilection for pressure points), petechia , atrophic scars , palmar wrinkling, subcutaneous[xpertdox.com]

  • Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Type 6

    Also evident are molluscoid pseudotumors frequently found over pressure points and subcutaneous spheroids which are mobile and palpable on the forearms and shins.[ehlersdanlos.ca] spheroids, and pseudotumors.[icd10data.com] spheroids 0 0 Table 2 Clinical Data of Classic EDS and Healthy Control Subjects Table 2 Clinical Data of Classic EDS and Healthy Control Subjects Parameter Classic EDS Control[iovs.arvojournals.org]

  • Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Type 5

    spheroids’; herniations of underlying fatty tissue through the lower layer of the skin leading to small painful lumps called Piezogenic papules; blue, cold, and sweaty (but[hypermobility.org] Alternatively, subcutaneous spheroids are small calcified nodules that form under the skin. They can be felt through the skin and may be moved.[forgottendiseases.org] Subcutaneous spheroids. Hernia (or history thereof). Epicanthal folds. Complications of joint hypermobility (eg, sprains, subluxation, pain, pes planus).[patient.info]

  • Musculocontractural Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Type 2

    spheroids, and pseudotumors.[linkedlifedata.com] Petechiae, 21 subcutaneous spheroids, 20 livedo reticularis, and piezogenic papules are less common. 22 In vascular eds, thin, translucent and extremely fragile skin that[stotmo.jeuk.amsterdam] spheroids’; herniations of underlying fatty tissue through the lower layer of the skin leading to small painful lumps called Piezogenic papules; blue, cold, and sweaty (but[hypermobility.org]

  • Brittle Cornea Syndrome

    spheroids’; herniations of underlying fatty tissue through the lower layer of the skin leading to small painful lumps called Piezogenic papules; blue, cold, and sweaty (but[hypermobility.org] […] skin findings that may appear in Classical EDS include: raised and thickened layers of skin termed ‘molluscoid pseudotumours’; small mobile nodules deep in the skin called ‘subcutaneous[hypermobility.org]

  • Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Type 8

    Molluscoid pseudotumors or subcutaneous spheroids (see pictures on the classic form page) have not been reported in EDS 8 patients, but occur in more than hlf of EDS-classic[forgottendiseases.org] spheroids, and pseudotumors.[icd10data.com] spheroids 0 0 Table 2 Clinical Data of Classic EDS and Healthy Control Subjects Table 2 Clinical Data of Classic EDS and Healthy Control Subjects Parameter Classic EDS Control[iovs.arvojournals.org]

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