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Lipomatosis-associated inflammation and excess collagen may contribute to lower relative resting energy expenditure in women with adiposis dolorosa. (1/6)

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Adiposis dolorosa of scalp presenting with severe headache: an unusual case. (2/6)

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Review of Dercum's disease and proposal of diagnostic criteria, diagnostic methods, classification and management. (3/6)

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Depression in Dercum's disease and in obesity: a case control study. (4/6)

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Liposuction in the treatment of juxta-articular adiposis dolorosa. (5/6)

Two patients are presented who had symptomatic relief of juxta-articular adiposis dolorosa of the knees after liposuction. Liposuction is recommended for the treatment of this condition.  (+info)

Juxta-articular adiposis dolorosa: what is it? Report of 2 cases. (6/6)

Juxta-articular adiposis dolorosa may be defined as the localised accumulation of painful fat near joints, most commonly the knee. It exists as a separate entity that must be distinguished from other causes of knee pain. We present 2 patients with this condition and review the literature. Various approaches to therapy are discussed. A classification of painful fat near joints is proposed.  (+info)

The cause of adiposis dolorosa is not known. There are many hypotheses proposed but none have been confirmed. These hypotheses include dysfunction in the nervous system, the endocrine system which is responsible for hormone production to regulate body functions, trauma, and abnormal metabolism of fat. Some suggest that adiposis dolorosa may be an autoimmune disorder where the immune system redundantly attacks healthy tissue. However, autoimmune disorders are expected to cause inflammation above normal levels. Inflammation is an immune response that can cause tissue damage if it persists. In individuals affected by adiposis dolorosa, inflammation appears to be similar to otherwise healthy, obese individuals. This provides evidence against the autoimmunity hypothesis. In some cases, the use of high dosages of a class of drugs called corticosteroids has been associated with adiposis dolorosa. Corticosteroids are anti-inflammatory drugs that reduce the symptoms associated with inflammation. There is ...
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Dercums disease, Dercum disease, Adiposis Dolorosa, Morbus Dercum, Adiposita Dolorosa, Fettvävsreumatism, painful fatty tumors, lipomas, weakness, obesity. This category is about a disease that has been identified for over a hundred years, yet no recent research exists on the cause of it. It was originally named by Dr. Francis X. Dercum in 1892 as adiposis dolorosa. It has since picked up his name as an identifier and both names seem to be equally popular. It generally occurs in women (less 16% are men), between the ages of 25-40 (in Sweden) or 40-65 (in the USA). They cite obesity as a cause, but they have it backwards -- the disease actually causes the obesity -- and weight reduction efforts have little effect on the pain or the obesity. Two articles has attributed it to an autosomal dominant genetic disease, but there is no explanation why it can be benign in some and so debilitating in others. There is no cure, and no easy way to diagnose that a person has this disease. The key(s) are
A case of Dercums disease in a 51-year-old obese woman with a history of brain vasculitis, and painful subcutaneous multiple lipomas is described. This disease, included in the category of rare diseases by the World Health Organization, first described in 1892 by Francis Xavier Dercum, is characterized by its prevalence among women, its familiarity, by the presence of multiple painful subcutaneous lipomas and its association with obesity, hypercholesterolemia and asthenia. The disease has to be differentiated from Madelung syndrome, the multiple familiar lipomatosis and Proteus syndrome. Read More ...
Scope and Contents Typed case summary and correspondence relating to female patient from Scotland (outside Edinburgh and the Lothians) aged 53 at first examination in 1948. Conditions mentioned include: weakness of hips; gluteal wasting; hypersensitive scalp and supraorbital pain; lipomas; obesity; spinal compresion; and Dercums disease. No treatment given. Patient discharged ...
This site explores the symptoms and research that has been done in the study of Dercums disease, also known as adiposis dolorosa. This page contains reference links.
Ive thought for a long time that I have ME/CFS and have had POTS (at least in the past, if not now). But I had two symptoms that just didnt fit. One is my frequently dislocated ribs, not just sublaxed, but actually out of place to the point of being dislocated. And the second symptom, my lumps... painful lipomas that would form, shrink, enlarge, disappear, re-appear, etc. Dercums Disease, also known as Adipose Delerosa. The only symptom on the list of Dercums that I dont have is Obesity. A rare disease identified in the 1800s by Dr Dercum, it only has a couple of doctors who are knowledgeable about it, none of whom is studying this disease exclusively. The disease hasnt been redefined since the 1800s, but there has been a study that identifies that Dercums occurs with all types of BMIs; which means that obesity isnt a defining characteristic ...
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Diagnosis : A true, personal story from the experience, I Have Dercums Disease. Im not sure if I have dercums I found my first lump 19 years ago and since then Ive had 21 removed with two more to be removed. Have looked at a lot of the symptoms and I have had chronic fatigue si...
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VAN DEN HEEVER, Andrew J.. Juxta-articular myxoma of the wrist. S. Afr. J. radiol. (Online) [online]. 2014, vol.18, n.2, pp.1-5. ISSN 2078-6778. http://dx.doi.org/10.4102/sajr.v18i2.668.. This case report describes a juxta-articular myxoma (JAM) in an uncommon location, demonstrating an unusually aggressive local growth pattern.. ...
Herbst, an endocrinologist, has produced an online documentary about the disease in which she explains the mechanics behind Dercums. In a healthy body, small amounts of fluid containing toxins continually leak from blood vessels and are easily flushed out of the body. In Dercums patients, too much fluid is released and settles between cells, creating inflammation. To clean up the toxic fluid, the body sends blood cells to the rescue and then produces fat to feed the cells. The fat, however, eventually builds up into solid growth ...
In the fall of last year, I had the opportunity to travel with a Global Ministries delegation to visit many of our partners in the Middle East. The itinerary was full - four countries in less than fourteen days. Most of our days were spent witnessing the work and receiving the stories of partners who are working to provide trauma care to children, to equip young women to organize on behalf of their communities, to ensure refugees have the supplies they need for the coming winter, and to stand in witness against abuses and atrocities. Though we spent little time exploring "holy sites," it was a deeply sacred experience.. On our last morning in Jerusalem, we decided to participate in a tradition that stretches back centuries and make the pilgrimage along the Via Dolorosa - the journey Jesus made between Pilates court and the cross on Golgatha. The path, which people have walked in some form for hundreds of years, traditionally begins at the site of Jesus conviction at ends at the site of the ...
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No cambie la dosis de su medicamento sin consultar a su médico. Si su medicamento no le surte efecto, comuníquese con su médico. Esto puede ser un signo que su problema ha empeorado.. Informe a su médico o a su profesional de la salud, tan pronto como sea posible, si nota cambios en la vista mientras esté tomando este medicamento. Si tiene una pérdida de visión en un ojo o en los dos ojos, deje de tomar este medicamento y comuníquese con su proveedor de atención médica inmediatamente.. Para los hombres, si una erección dura más de 4 horas o si se vuelve dolorosa, comuníquese con su médico o con su profesional de la salud inmediatamente. Esto puede ser un signo de un problema serio y debe tratarse inmediatamente para prevenir daño permanente.. Si, después de haber tomado el medicamento, experimenta síntomas de náuseas, mareos, dolor en el pecho o en el brazo, debe hablar con su médico o a su profesional de la salud tan pronto como sea posible sobre el episodio.. No consuma más ...
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The triad of Phemister refers to three features seen classically with tuberculous arthropathy: juxta-articular osteopaenia/osteoporosis peripheral osseous erosions gradual narrowing of joint space
It is clear that current smokers have a much lower fraction of deaths attributable to obesity than those who never smoked. It is also clear that the principal source of this difference is that the relative risks associated with obesity are much lower among current smokers than among never-smokers.. One explanation of the lower relative risks among smokers is that competing risks of death are much more prominent among them. Another explanation is that residual confounding by smoking is biasing downwards the relative risks among smokers. However, we introduced detailed information on smoking intensity among current and former smokers into the mortality models, reducing the likelihood that residual confounding is the principal explanation for the lower relative risks among smokers.. Is the disparity between their PAFs consistent with the mortality risk from smoking itself? Two studies based on data from the National Health Interview Survey and the NHANES estimated mortality risks of smoking in the ...
There are many different names for this pain syndrome. The most common is dental neuralgia especially when the pain was caused by a dental procedure that damaged a nerve. It is sometimes called anesthesia dolorosa if the nerve damaged was caused by a surgical procedure (e.g. rhizotomy). The conditions all have the same cause - a nerve injury causing a central pain syndrome. Patients who have a stroke causing numbness in their face will also sometimes get a very similar pain syndrome - post-stroke facial pain.. The best analogy to understand this phenomenon is phantom limb pain. Patients who have lost a limb occasional develop a pain syndrome in the absent limb. They may have no hand but their hand region hurts constantly. This is due to the abnormal changes in the brain dealing with the hand region. Even though there are no signals of pain coming from the hand (because it is not there) the region of the brain that would be activated by pain signals coming from the hand is somehow ...
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Synovial sarcoma is a malignant, predominantly juxta-articular, soft-tissue tumour representing approximately 10% of all soft-tissue sarcomas. Frequently initially incorrectly diagnosed as a benign lesion, it should be considered as a diagnosis when a young adult patient presents with a calcified juxta-articular soft-tissue mass of insidious onset.
The more weight a patient gains after liposuction, the less dramatic the results of liposuction will be. Ideally a patient should weigh less after liposuction by an amount equal to the weight of the removed fat. Thus, after 150 pound woman has two liposuction surgeries, where each surgery removes 4 pounds of fat (total of 8 pounds, equal one gallon), she should ideally keep her weight at or below 142 pounds. However, if she gains 8 pounds and thus weighs 150 pounds six months after liposuction, then the cosmetic results will still be pleasing but not optimal. And if she were to weigh 160 pounds after liposuction, then she would still look better than if she had not had liposuction, and her clothes might fit better, but her results would be less than ideal.. ...
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Keeping our body in shape today can be a daunting task especially for people spending more at work and having little time to spend on exercise or preparing a healthy diet. While living an active lifestyle or eating a healthy diet still remains to be the most ideal way to keep our body slim and fit, some of us have to resort to liposuction or liposuction alternatives to shed those extra pounds.. Why Not Liposuction?. Liposuction is the quickest way to get rid of fats. A single treatment could almost miraculously help you shed off those stubborn fat deposits. But all is not roses as even liposuction comes with its own share of negatives. Going under the knife is certainly not a pretty thought and there is also the chance of possible complications from surgery. People who undergo liposuction should also consider the length of the recovery process which is a problem for those who dont have little time on their hands. And of course, liposuction does not come cheap.. What is Body Jet ...
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La Junta de Hermandades y Cofradías de San Cristóbal de La Laguna emprendió en 2006 el proyecto editorial Videte dolorem meum, del que han sido publicados dos volúmenes. En primer lugar, Una espada atravesará tu alma. La Virgen dolorosa, arte y devoción en La Laguna [2006] y en segundo lugar Victoria, tú reinarás. La Cruz en la iconografía y en la historia de La Laguna [2007].. El objetivo era -y sigue siendo- reunir trabajos novedosos sobre el tema escogido para cada monografía, No se pretende ofrecer una visión completa y definitiva sobre cada uno de ellos -a la que, llegado su tiempo, contribuirá- sino una revisión a través de artículos que se detienen en aspectos parciales, poco o nada conocidos. Se trata, pues, de avanzar en el conocimiento sobre la Semana Santa de La Laguna, apoyados en tres pilares: la fotografía, el estudio detenido y la investigación documental.. El proyecto, pues, apenas se ha iniciado y se pretende ahora reactivar con la publicación de nuevas ...
See the Western Wall, the holiest site in Judaism and the only visible remains of the magnificent Second Temple. Walk the Way of the Cross, Via Dolorosa, to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. In 325 AD, Constantines mother Helen first requisitioned the area for a church. This 4th century church was largely destroyed by the Turks in 1009 AD, and partially restored in 1048 AD. The impressive stone decorations adorning the facade date from Crusader times. Lunch on route. You will be transferred back to the port in Ashdod to rejoin your cruise. ...
En realidad no he estado haciendo mucho desde que escribí mi último informe. Aunque, volví a mi casa de Inglaterra por Navidad para pasar tiempo con mi familia, amigos y con mi novio que no he sido muy aventurera en Madrid.. Cumplí y celebré mi cumpleaños de 21 años en Inglaterra que era absolutamente increíble. Toda mi familia y familia distantes vinieron y también los que no les había visto desde que he estado en España y mis mejores amigos volvieron a casa también de la universidad, que era tan guay.. La primera semana de trabajo era extremadamente dolorosa. Tenía que ponerse al día con todos mis correos sin leídos, todos los días de vacaciones pendientes y los miles de incidencias pero estaba muy feliz de estar de vuelta. Decidí llevar una cosa de comida inglesa cada día para mis compañeras del departamento por toda la primera semana que me había traído en mi maleta; party rings, mini cheddars, Jaffa cakes y una barra de chocolate de Dairy Milk.. La segunda semana no fue ...
En marzo de 1907 Rasputin recibiu o permiso para cambiar o seu apelido. En abril foi invitado de novo a Tsarskoe Selo, nesta ocasión para ver ao fillo do tsar, o tsarévich Aleksei Nikolaevich. O neno fixérase dano e isto causoulle unha dolorosa hemorraxia. Non era público, era máis ben segredo de Estado, que o herdeiro ao trono sufría hemofilia, unha enfermidade que afectaba a moitas casas reais de Europa.[30] Cando os doutores non puideron ofrecerlle unha cura, a tsarina desesperada buscou axuda. Rasputin tiña fama de ter a habilidade de curar mediante a oración e foi quen de calmar aos tsares e darlle ao tsarévich un pouco de alivio, a pesar de que os doutores predixeran que ía morrer. Ao día seguinte o tsarévich mostrou signos de mellora.[31]. Pierre Gilliard,[32] a historiadora francesa Hélène Carrère dEncausse[33] e o xornalista Diarmuid Jeffreys, especularon sobre a posibilidade de que as prácticas de Rasputin incluían a administración de aspirina, un analxésico ...
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On the right, clasping her hands, the stricken Mary Magdalene is curled by pain and sorrow into an arc of anguish that pairs well with the bowed solicitous figure of Saint John the Evangelist on the other end. He and Mary Salome gently attend to the swooned mater dolorosa sagging down into the deep folds of her lapis lazuli robe. Christs limp body is being swathed in fine linen and deposed from the cross by the venerable Nicodemus, the eldest of this congregation and the first to ponder the meaning of to be born again. The descended saviors legs are held tenderly by Joseph of Arimathea, the man who donated the cave reserved for his own burial so that it be used for Christs entombment instead, and whose distrait gaze here seems lost in the cave of Adams eyes along a diagonal time tunnel that runs from the skull next to the Virgins right hand, through the wounds in Jesus hands, to Josephs tear soaked face (reflecting the belief that Christ was crucified on the spot where Adam was buried; ...
Anestesia corresponde a ausência de as sensações. É obtido pro meio de fármacos que interrompem a condução de estímulos em fibras nervosas por meio de bloqueio de canais de sódio. Já analgesia corresponde a ausência de dor em resposta a a estimulação dolorosa sem afetar outras sensações ou consciência. Segundo a OMS: • • • Etapa 1 - medicamentos utilizados em dor leve (1 a 3 na escala numérica de dor) analgesicos não opioides Etapa 2 - tratamento de dores moderadas (4 a 6 na escala numérica de dor) associação não opioides e opioides fracos Etapa 3 - dores intensas (7 a 10 na escala numérica de dor) opioides ou associação não opioides e opioide Dores leves são manejadas com analgésicos não opoides como paracetamol, aas e AINES. Por apresentarem eficácia similar a seleção e feita por 1. Seguança 2. Conveniência do esquema terapêutico 3. Menor freqüência e intensidade de interações medicamentosas 4. Acesso mais fácil por parte do paciente 5. ...
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work on her fitness. Her Best Friend and trainer Tracy Anderson is at her beck and call to shape up for the big revelation this summer, on her mothers TV show: "Kris." (Apparently we still have more to learn from the Kardashians. Instead of a reality show the new TV program will be a talk show, which is hosted by Kims mother Kris.) Kim is feeling the pressure to reveal her post-pregnancy body for the first time and is rumored to have had liposuction, because she cant reveal on the show that losing the baby weight is actually quite difficult and takes time. Therefore Kims body after liposuction might be revealed on the show instead of a Tracy Anderson sculpted one, or will it? Will that affect your opinion of Kim? Or does it not matter, because most Kim Kardashian body-parts are fake anyway?. Tracy Anderson, believes in her client. She thinks that the star doesnt need any outside help apart from Andersons diet and exercise method. Tracy probably doesnt agree with the statement that Kim ...
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Lymphedema Steatopygia Adiposis dolorosa Lipodystrophy "Lipedema". rarediseases.info.nih.gov. Retrieved 30 December 2016. ...
Singal A, Janiga JJ, Bossenbroek NM, Lim HW (May 2007). "Dercum's disease (adiposis dolorosa): a report of improvement with ...
In 1892, he was the first to publish a description of Adiposis dolorosa. He published over 200 articles including several ... was an American physician who first described the disease Adiposis dolorosa (also known as Dercum's disease). He was a noted ... "Two cases of Adiposa Dolorosa," Transactions. College of Physicians of Philadelphia (1902). Rest, Mental Therapeutics, ...
Adiposis dolorosa (Dercum disease) is a rare condition involving multiple painful lipomas, swelling, and fatigue. Early studies ...
... first described the disease Adiposis dolorosa (Dercum's disease), treated President Woodrow Wilson in 1919 Lewis Heisler Ball, ...
... adiposis dolorosa MeSH C18.452.872.617 --- porphyrias MeSH C18.452.872.617.250 --- porphyria, erythropoietic MeSH C18.452. ...
... anemia due to Adenylosuccinate lyase deficiency Adie syndrome Adiposis dolorosa, aka Dercum's disease Adolescent benign focal ...
Depressive personality disorder Dercum's disease aka Adiposis dolorosa Der Kaloustian-Jarudi-Khoury syndrome Der Kaloustian- ...
... adiposis dolorosa MeSH C17.800.849.391 --- lipodystrophy MeSH C17.800.849.391.280 --- diabetes mellitus, lipoatrophic MeSH ...
Acquired generalized lipodystrophy (Lawrence syndrome, Lawrence-Seip syndrome) Adiposis dolorosa (Dercum's disease) Alpha-1 ...
... at eMedicine Adiposis Dolorosa~clinical at eMedicine "Dercum's Disease - NORD (National Organization for Rare ... Adiposis dolorosa, also known as Dercum's disease or Anders disease, is a rare condition characterized by generalized obesity ... registration required) De Silva, M; Earley, MJ (1990). "Liposuction in the treatment of juxta-articular adiposis dolorosa". ... Herbst, Karen L.; Asare-Bediako, Sheila (November 2007). "Adiposis Dolorosa Is More Than Painful Fat". The Endocrinologist. 17 ...
Adiposis dolorosa. *Adiposogenital dystrophy. *Adipsia. *Adjustment disorder. *Adnexal and skin appendage neoplasms ...
Adiposis dolorosa. *Lipoid proteinosis. *APOA1 familial renal amyloidosis. Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php ...
Dercums disease (adiposis dolorosa, lipomatosis dolorosa morbus Dercum), is a rare disorder resulting in painful fatty ... Juxta-articular adiposis dolorosa is a rare subtype of Dercums disease. It manifests mainly on the medial parts of the knees. ... Lipedema, or adiposis dolorosa, is a common adipose tissue disorder that is believed to affect nearly 11% of adult women ... Juxta-articular adiposis dolorosa (Dercums disease type IV): report of four cases and treatment by dermolipectomy.. *Authors: ...
Adiposis dolorosa or Dercums Disease 272.8 Are You Confident of the Diagnosis?. Adiposis dolorosa, also known as Dercums ... Who is at risk for Developing Adiposis Dolorosa?. Adiposis dolorosa is 20 times more common in females. It usually appears in ... Optimal Therapeutic Approach for Adiposis Dolorosa. Adiposis dolorosa is a therapuetic challenge; the main focus of treatment ... "Dercums disease (adiposis dolorosa): a report of improvement with infliximab and methotrexate". J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol. ...
Scope and Contents Typed case summary and correspondence relating to female patient from Scotland (outside Edinburgh and the Lothians) aged 53 at first examination in 1948. Conditions mentioned include: weakness of hips; gluteal wasting; hypersensitive scalp and supraorbital pain; lipomas; obesity; spinal compresion; and Dercums disease. No treatment given. Patient discharged ...
What is Adiposis Dolorosa? Adiposis dolorosa is a rare disorder affecting fatty tissue under the skin. Affected individuals ... Adiposis dolorosa. 2019. Available from https://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/condition/adiposis-dolorosa#synonyms ... Adiposis dolorosa. 2016. https://rarediseases.info.nih.gov/diseases/5750/adiposis-dolorosa ... Adiposis dolorosa is a chronic disease and tends to progress and worsen over time. The associated pain is difficult to manage ...
... medlineplus.gov/genetics/condition/adiposis-dolorosa/ Adiposis dolorosa. ... In people with adiposis dolorosa, abnormal fatty tissue or lipomas can occur anywhere on the body but are most often found on ... Most cases of adiposis dolorosa are sporadic, which means they occur in people with no history of the disorder in their family. ... Adiposis dolorosa is a rare condition whose prevalence is unknown. For reasons that are unclear, it occurs up to 30 times more ...
Adiposis Dolorosa at eMedicine Adiposis Dolorosa~clinical at eMedicine "Dercums Disease - NORD (National Organization for Rare ... Adiposis dolorosa, also known as Dercums disease or Anders disease, is a rare condition characterized by generalized obesity ... registration required) De Silva, M; Earley, MJ (1990). "Liposuction in the treatment of juxta-articular adiposis dolorosa". ... Herbst, Karen L.; Asare-Bediako, Sheila (November 2007). "Adiposis Dolorosa Is More Than Painful Fat". The Endocrinologist. 17 ...
Adiposis dolorosa definition at Dictionary.com, a free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation. Look it ... adipose fossa, adipose infiltration, adipose tissue, adiposis, adiposis cardiaca, adiposis dolorosa, adiposis tuberosa simplex ...
Adiposis dolorosa or Dercums Disease 272.8 Are You Confident of the Diagnosis?. Adiposis dolorosa, also known as Dercums ... Who is at risk for Developing Adiposis Dolorosa?. Adiposis dolorosa is 20 times more common in females. It usually appears in ... Optimal Therapeutic Approach for Adiposis Dolorosa. Adiposis dolorosa is a therapuetic challenge; the main focus of treatment ... "Dercums disease (adiposis dolorosa): a report of improvement with infliximab and methotrexate". J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol. ...
Adiposis Dolorosa (Dercum, Anders Disease). Introduction. Adiposis dolorosa is a rare disorder of multiple painful subcutaneous ... Adiposis dolorosa is a rare disorder of multiple painful subcutaneous growths of adipose tissue. The diagnosis of adiposis ... Adiposis dolorosa tends to be a chronic disease that does not abate over time and may progress to become more debilitating as ... The diagnosis of adiposis dolorosa is made clinically and is a diagnosis of exclusion. The proposed criteria for the diagnosis ...
Dercums Disease (Adiposis Dolorosa). The section is for the disussion of Dercums Disease (Adiposis Dolorosa), a disease in ...
Juxta-articular adiposis dolorosa: what is it? Report of 2 cases.. Eisman J, Swezey RL. Juxta-articular adiposis dolorosa may ... Intravenous lidocaine for the treatment of intractable pain of adiposis dolorosa.. Atkinson RL. Adiposis dolorosa (Dercums ... adiposis dolorosa). Treatment of the severe pain with intravenous lidocaine.. Petersen P, Kastrup J. Dercums disease (adiposis ... Hereditary factors in adiposis dolorosa (Dercums disease).. Lynch HT, Harlan WL. PMID: ?, UI: ? #67 J Am Med Assn. 1938; 110: ...
... known as Adiposis Dolorosa. This page gives some official definitions. ... A form of this disease, which affects the knees, is referred to Juxta-Articular Adiposis Dolorosa. It should also be noted that ... First identified by Francis X. Dercum, in 1892, Dercums Disease (also Dercum Disease or Adiposis Dolorosa) is described ...
2 Adiposis Dolorosa. Photo credit: Emigiorg. For anyone familiar with Latin or the TV show Doctor Who, it will be obvious that ...
... information resources and questions answered by our Genetic and Rare Diseases Information Specialists for Adiposis dolorosa ... Adiposis dolorosa. Genetics Home Reference. July, 2012; http://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/condition/adiposis-dolorosa. ... The condition mainly occurs in adults and is more common in women than in men.[5][3][4] The symptoms of adiposis dolorosa can ... Adiposis dolorosa has rarely been reported to occur in more than one family member. In some of these cases, it appears to have ...
adipose tissue rheumatism, see Adiposis dolorosa. *Adiposis dolorosa. *ADLD, see Autosomal dominant leukodystrophy with ...
This patient had a progressive, tissue-destructive parasitic infection. Despite rigorous histological examination, the nature of the pathogen could not initially be identified. Efforts to detect signature elements and compounds in the diseased tissues by energy-dispersive and lipid-profile analysis (data not presented) failed to provide specific clues. Small subunit rDNA sequences allow the inference of phylogenetic relationships without reliance on cultivation or growth-based phenotypes. For this reason we amplified these sequences directly from infected tissue. Although there are very few cestode ss rDNA sequences available, our analysis suggests that this parasite is a previously-unknown cestode.. The lack of sequence similarity of this parasite with previously-characterised organisms is consistent with its unique histologic features. We have found no reports of a human-associated parasite morphology or clinical course that resemble those described in this case. In fact neither we, nor any of ...
MeSH Heading map: Adiposis Dolorosa That is, all citations for articles indexed with Anders syndrome will also be indexed with ... Adiposis Dolorosa. See the forthcoming article, PubMed Notes - 2011, for PubMed searching and display of Supplementary Concept ...
Other names: Adiposis Dolorosa; Anders Disease; Dercum Syndrome; Lipomatosis neurotica *Medication List ...
Adiposis Dolorosa * Infections in the Immunocompromised Host * Fatty Liver * Tuberculosis (TB) Medscape Consult. ...
Adiposis dolorosa. 2/2. 3. 8. Adult-onset Still disease. 2/2. ...
Adiposis Dolorosa This is another condition that may cause a back lipoma. If the lipoma lump appears mainly on the upper ... Another hereditary risk factor is Dercum disease , also known as adiposis dolorosa, which leads to multiple, painful lipomas ... Dercum disease, which is also known as Adiposis Dolorosa, can be identified by the development of benign, fatty tumours called ...
Figure 3) Patient 5. adiposis dolorosa. Lipomas occur more frequently in female patients. Final pathology revealed a 12 cm × 6 ...
Lymphedema Steatopygia Adiposis dolorosa Lipodystrophy "Lipedema". rarediseases.info.nih.gov. Retrieved 30 December 2016. ...
Adiposis dolorosa.. We report a 46-year-old woman with a nine-year history of obesity; chronic diffuse pain in the adipose ... Her clinical history and histopathologic data suggested adiposis dolorosa (Dercums disease). Owing to the chronic pain, an ...
adipose tissue rheumatism, see Adiposis dolorosa. *Adiposis dolorosa. *ADLD, see Autosomal dominant leukodystrophy with ...
  • In individuals affected by adiposis dolorosa, inflammation appears to be similar to otherwise healthy, obese individuals. (rareshare.org)
  • The purpose of this study was to provide a radiological case series of adiposis dolorosa. (pubfacts.com)
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