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798 Possible Causes for Thin Fingers

  • Skin Infection

    […] stratum corneum, such as the sides and interdigital web spaces of fingers and toes, popliteal fossae, flexor surfaces of the wrists, buttocks, and female breasts. 4 Skin[] […] hypersensitivity reactions to mite antigens and self‐inflicted scratching. 4 In classical scabies, the preferred distribution of skin eruptions includes hairless areas with a thin[]

  • Acute Bronchitis

    This is done with a sensor that goes on your toe or finger. Do a lung function test .[] You’ll breathe into a device called a spirometer to test for emphysema (a type of COPD in which air sacs in your lungs thin out and are destroyed) and asthma .[]

  • Sunburn

    If you have burnt your face, hands and chest, make a thin solution with a cup of cornstarch in 2 cups of water. Shake well to get a uniform mixture.[] For small areas such as a burnt nose or earlobes, make a paste of 2 tbsp of cornstarch with just enough water to form an easily spreadable paste and apply with fingers.[]

  • Appendicitis

    The appendix is a thin, finger-shaped tube that is joined to the large intestine. It sits in the lower right part of the belly (abdomen).[] […] beginning of content 1-minute read Appendicitis is inflammation of the appendix, which is a thin pouch attached to the large intestine on the right side of the abdomen.[] It is usually about the size of a finger. The exact cause of appendicitis is not known, but it may be caused by food or faeces (poo) getting lodged in the appendix.[]

  • Craniosytosis Mental Retardation Syndrome of Lin and Gettig

    Bowen , D. I. , Collum , L. M. T. and Reeds , D. O. ( 1970 ) British Journal of Opthal-mology , 55 , 145 . Duke-elder , W. S. ( 1949 ) System of Ophthalmology , London , Vol. 111 . Goldenhar , M. ( 1952 ) Quoted by Sugar, H. S. (1966). Gorlin , R. S. , Jue , K. L. , Jacobson , H. and Goldschmidt , E. ( 1963 ) Journal of[…][]

  • Marfan Syndrome

    fingers and long arms and legs They may have a dislocation of the lens in the eye that also causes nearsightedness or myopia that can progress quickly They may have a detached[] People with Marfan tend to be unusually tall, with long limbs and long, thin fingers.[] […] regulation, people with the disorder can often have some of the following traits: They are taller than people in their family who do not have Marfan syndrome They may have long, thin[]

  • Ichthyosis and Male Hypogonadism

    fingers Absent eyebrows Sparse eyebrows Glaucoma Undescended testes Small penis Hypothyroidy Small teeth Peripheral retinal pigmentary changes Sparse scalp hair Absent scalp[] […] hypogonadism includes the 24 symptoms listed below: Scaly skin Pituitary gonadotropic hormone deficiency Secondary hypogonadism Delayed puberty Seizures Short stature Long thin[] […] hair Weak eye muscles Thin toenails Thin fingernails Nail abnormalities Small testes High blood sugar Diabetes mellitus Note that Ichthyosis and male hypogonadism symptoms[]

  • Eye Defects - Arachnodactyly - Cardiopathy Syndrome

    Overview Eye defects - arachnodactyly - cardiopathy: A rare syndrome characterized mainly by eye defects, long, thin fingers and heart disease.[] Available at ] Characteristics/Clinical Presentation Musculoskeletal System Long, thin fingers and hypermobile joints People[] D. aged 38, male, 5 feet 11 inches tall, oblong face, thin and long fingers; distance between extended upper extremities 6 feet 2 inches.[]

  • Homocystinuria

    Long, thin fingers, tall stature, and a high arched palate are seen in some individuals and the hair is often lightly pigmented.[] CBS deficiency has several features in common with Marfan syndrome, including the tall, thin build with long limbs and long, thin fingers (arachnodactyly), a sunken-in chest[] […] build; long fingers, arms, and legs Genu valgum, pes cavus Osteoporosis Malar flush Decreased hair, skin, iris pigmentation Seizures Vascular disease and stroke Psychiatric[]

  • Marfan Syndrome Type 2

    Visible symptoms may include: unusually tall height long limbs large, flat feet loose joints long, thin fingers a curved spine a chest bone (sternum) that sticks out or caves[] fingers Pes planus: flat feet The most common clinical symptoms are low back pain, headache, weakness, and loss of sensation above and below the affected limb, occasional[] People with Marfan's are typically tall, with long limbs and long thin fingers. The most serious complications are the defects of the heart valves and aorta.[]

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