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Pernio in pediatrics. (1/8)

Pernio, or chilblains, is a localized inflammatory lesion of the skin resulting from an abnormal response to cold. Five cases were seen among adolescent female patients who presented to our rheumatology service in a pediatric tertiary care center in the winter of 2003 to 2004. All 5 patients were thin (BMI of <25th percentile) and had either toes or fingers that were affected. For each, laboratory evaluation results were unremarkable, including negative antinuclear antibody profile results. Symptomatic treatment, with or without medication, was recommended. Pernio most commonly occurs among young women but may occur among older individuals or among children. Because pernio develops among susceptible individuals who are exposed to nonfreezing cold, the lesions usually begin in the fall or winter and disappear in the spring or early summer. Acute pernio may develop 12 to 24 hours after exposure to the cold. Single or multiple erythematous, purplish, edematous lesions appear, accompanied by intense pain, itching, or burning. Chronic pernio occurs with repeated exposure to the cold and the persistence of lesions. In an acute exacerbation, the major differential diagnosis alternative would be Raynaud's phenomenon, which consists of sharply demarcated cutaneous pallor and cyanosis, followed by erythema, of far shorter duration (hours rather than days). Frostbite is freezing of tissue, with resultant tissue necrosis. Several conditions have been described as predisposing subjects to pernio, including the presence of cryoproteins, excessive cold exposure, and anorexia nervosa among children and systemic lupus erythematosus and antiphospholipid antibodies among adults. It is important, therefore, when evaluating a patient with pernio, both to exclude an underlying diagnosis and to determine whether additional testing is necessary. The lesions of acute pernio are usually self-limited but may lead to recurrent disease. The involved limb should be cleaned and dried, and rewarming should occur. Prevention is the best form of therapy, and cold exposure should be minimized after an initial insult. The prognosis for properly treated pernio is excellent. Nifedipine, which produces vasodilation, has been demonstrated to be effective in reducing pain, facilitating healing, and preventing new lesions of pernio. We think that the 5 cases seen in our rheumatology clinic represent an increase, compared with prior years; the dermatology clinic at the University of Colorado reported a series of 8 children treated during a 10-year period. The reasons for the possible increase are likely multifactorial, with cold climate, a vulnerable population with thin body habitus, and cold exposure all being contributing causes. Of note, the quality of cold in Colorado is quite dry; however, the winter of 2003 to 2004 was not particularly colder or drier than prior years. All patients were very thin, and thin body habitus may be associated with increased cutaneous vasoreactivity. It is also unclear how these cases of pernio may reflect that winter's fashion trends (2 patients reported wearing sandals in winter). General pediatricians, particularly those who practice in colder climates, should be aware of the presentation and treatment of pernio in childhood.  (+info)

Clinical and molecular phenotype of Aicardi-Goutieres syndrome. (2/8)

Aicardi-Goutieres syndrome (AGS) is a genetic encephalopathy whose clinical features mimic those of acquired in utero viral infection. AGS exhibits locus heterogeneity, with mutations identified in genes encoding the 3'-->5' exonuclease TREX1 and the three subunits of the RNASEH2 endonuclease complex. To define the molecular spectrum of AGS, we performed mutation screening in patients, from 127 pedigrees, with a clinical diagnosis of the disease. Biallelic mutations in TREX1, RNASEH2A, RNASEH2B, and RNASEH2C were observed in 31, 3, 47, and 18 families, respectively. In five families, we identified an RNASEH2A or RNASEH2B mutation on one allele only. In one child, the disease occurred because of a de novo heterozygous TREX1 mutation. In 22 families, no mutations were found. Null mutations were common in TREX1, although a specific missense mutation was observed frequently in patients from northern Europe. Almost all mutations in RNASEH2A, RNASEH2B, and RNASEH2C were missense. We identified an RNASEH2C founder mutation in 13 Pakistani families. We also collected clinical data from 123 mutation-positive patients. Two clinical presentations could be delineated: an early-onset neonatal form, highly reminiscent of congenital infection seen particularly with TREX1 mutations, and a later-onset presentation, sometimes occurring after several months of normal development and occasionally associated with remarkably preserved neurological function, most frequently due to RNASEH2B mutations. Mortality was correlated with genotype; 34.3% of patients with TREX1, RNASEH2A, and RNASEH2C mutations versus 8.0% RNASEH2B mutation-positive patients were known to have died (P=.001). Our analysis defines the phenotypic spectrum of AGS and suggests a coherent mutation-screening strategy in this heterogeneous disorder. Additionally, our data indicate that at least one further AGS-causing gene remains to be identified.  (+info)

A cluster of chilblains in Hong Kong. (3/8)

OBJECTIVE: To report a recent clustering of chilblain cases in Hong Kong. DESIGN: Case series. SETTING: A regional hospital and a social hygiene clinic in the New Territories West, Hong Kong. PATIENTS: Patients with a clinical diagnosis of chilblains in February 2008. RESULTS: Eleven patients with chilblains were identified; seven (64%) gave an antecedent history of prolonged exposure to cold. They all presented with erythematous or dusky erythematous skin lesions affecting the distal extremities, especially fingers and toes. Laboratory tests revealed elevated antinuclear antibodies titres in two, positive rheumatoid factor in two, presence of cold agglutinins in one, and a raised anti-DNA titre (>300 IU/mL) in one. Skin biopsies were performed in six patients, four of them showed typical histopathological features of chilblains. In the patient with systemic lupus erythematosus, features of vasculitis were suspected, and in the one with pre-existing juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, there were features of livedo vasculitis. In 10 (91%) of the patients, the skin lesions had resolved when they were last assessed (at the end of March 2008), but had persisted in the patient who had pre-existing systemic lupus erythematosus. CONCLUSION: The recent clustering of chilblains was possibly related temporally to the prolonged cold weather at the end of January to mid-February. In our series, most of the patients developed chilblains as an isolated condition and resolved spontaneously within a few weeks. Laboratory tests and skin biopsies for chilblains are not necessary, unless the condition persists, the diagnosis in doubt or an underlying systemic disease is suspected.  (+info)

Classic Kaposi sarcoma mimicking chilblains. (4/8)

Kaposi Sarcoma (KS) is a low-grade vascular tumor associated with human herpes virus-8 infection. It usually presents in elderly patients as violaceous plaques of the lower limbs. However, KS may present in a wide spectrum of atypical clinical forms, leading to misdiagnoses. We report a case of classic KS mimicking chilblains.  (+info)

Dominant mutation of the TREX1 exonuclease gene in lupus and Aicardi-Goutieres syndrome. (5/8)

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Anorexia nervosa associated with acromegaloid features, onset of acrocyanosis and Raynaud's phenomenon and worsening of chilblains. (6/8)

Patients with anorexia nervosa may develop many physical and endocrinological complications. We wish to report two patients who developed soft tissue swelling of their hands and worsening of their peripheral vascular disease, evidenced by the appearance of acrocyanosis and Raynaud's phenomenon and more severe perniosis, following the onset of their anorexia nervosa.  (+info)

Nakajo-Nishimura syndrome: an autoinflammatory disorder showing pernio-like rashes and progressive partial lipodystrophy. (7/8)

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Case for diagnosis. Chilblains. (8/8)

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The condition that develops chilblains is the product of an extreme reaction of the body to cold. Chilblains tend to start on skin which is exposed to the cold and is then warmed too rapidly, for instance warming cold hands in front of a fire or heater. This heating of the cold skin rapidly causes small vessels of the blood system directly beneath the skin to quickly expand faster than the larger blood vessels nearby can handle. This results in what is known as the "bottleneck" effect - causing blood to leak into nearby tissues. Why this reaction happens with some people and not with others, is not known. ...
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For some people, cold exposure means chilblains - itchy, red patches that can become sores. Find out how to treat and prevent this seasonal skin condition.
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Our skin is a good barometer which indicates how healthy the body is. Skin acts as a covering and works as a defense force against infection. There are many potential causes of cracked heels. Dry skin (xerosis) is common and can get worse with wearing ope
As a hot infusion, the flowers are sweat-inducing and in combination with yarrow and mint are specific for colds and flu. The flowers are used to treat bronchial and upper respiratory disorders as well as hay fever. A cold infusion of the flowers can be used as a compress for chilblains. (Chilblains are the inflammation of the toes, feet, or fingers, due to the presence of a cold.) The ointment of Elderflower is soothing, cooling and healing, used for irritations of the skin. Considered to have a mild laxative action and may be used for rheumatism and gout ...
Chilblains: Causes, Symptoms And Treatment Chilblains, which are referred to as perniosis in some circles, are common skin reactions that can be found in some people. This is a condition where the skin can swell up and begin to itch. This is a condition that is often found in people who experience cold and humid temperatures. This can especially occur in people who come indoors from cold weather. The... [Read more of this review]. ...
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NOTE: Treat for dehydration with lightly salted water.. CHILBLAINS. 4-108. Frostnip begins as firm, cold and white or gray areas on the face, ears, and extremities that can blister or peel just like sunburn as late as 2 to 3 days after the injury. Frostnip, or chilblains as it is sometimes called, is the result of tissue exposure to freezing temperatures and is the beginning of frostbite. The water in and around the cells freezes, rupturing cell walls and thus damaging the tissue. Warming the affected area with hands or a warm object treats this injury. Wind chill plays a factor in this injury; preventative measures include layers of dry clothing and protection against wetness and wind.. TRENCH FOOT. 4-109. Immersion or trench foot results from many hours or days of exposure to wet or damp conditions at a temperature just above freezing. The nerves and muscles sustain the main damage, but gangrene can occur. In extreme cases the flesh dies and it may become necessary to have the foot or leg ...
Vitamin C: Needed for the absorption of vitamin A and E. Its deficiency causes a weakness in the capillaries. In addition to its antioxidant, this vitamin is also important for the proper absorption of iron, calcium or other amino acids. Similarly supports the healing of wounds. Its deficiency causes a general weakness in the body, manifested in symptoms such as brittle hair, bleeding gums, wounds that will not heal, loss of appetite. Among the main rich foods in this vitamin we have the peppers, being one of the plants of the world that has more amount, after the acerola (Malpighia glabra L) or of the Dog rose (Rosa canina). Also the citruses are very rich (oranges, lemons, grapefruits, etc.).. ...
Three prime repair exonuclease 1 is an enzyme that in humans is encoded by the TREX1 gene. This gene encodes the major 3->5 DNA exonuclease in human cells. The protein is a non-processive exonuclease that may serve a proofreading function for a human DNA polymerase. It is also a component of the SET complex, and acts to rapidly degrade 3 ends of nicked DNA during granzyme A-mediated cell death. Mutations in this gene result in Aicardi-Goutieres syndrome, chilblain lupus, RVCL (Retinal Vasculopathy with Cerebral Leukodystrophy), and Cree encephalitis. Multiple transcript variants encoding different isoforms have been found for this gene. TREX1 helps HIV‑1 to evade cytosolic sensing by degrading viral cDNA in the cytoplasm GRCh38: Ensembl release 89: ENSG00000213689 - Ensembl, May 2017 GRCm38: Ensembl release 89: ENSMUSG00000049734 - Ensembl, May 2017 "Human PubMed Reference:". "Mouse PubMed Reference:". Mazur DJ, Perrino FW (Aug 1999). "Identification and expression of the TREX1 and TREX2 ...
Homeopathic Remedies for Chilblains-functional medicine: Frostnip Chilblain (Erythema Pernio): Perniosis:Introduction Frostnip is a mild temporary form of cold-induced injury. The involved area has local paresthesias that completely resolve with passive external rewarming. Rewarming can be done by placing cold fingers in the armpits and, in the case of the toes or heels, by removing footwear, drying…. Read More ...
Blood vessels in your fingers and toes can tighten and slow the flow of blood there. The tips of your fingers or toes may turn red, white, or blue in cold weather or a cold room. They may also tingle, hurt, or go numb. This problem is known as Raynauds phenomenon. It helps to keep your toes and fingers warm by wearing mittens and thick socks.. Lupus Skin, Lupus Skin Rash, Lupus Skin Rash Lesions Photos, Lupus Skin Images. lupus skin - dermatology & skin diseases : lupus skin problems. Lupus Skin Itching: Lemon Juice Relieves Chilblains And Itchy Skin. Find great deals for Orange Ribbon Lupus Skin Cancer Yellow S S T Shirt M Dermatology & skin diseases : lupus skin problems.. Cider vinegar lupus,herbal remedies lupus,lupus skin rash treatment,sle cure in ayurveda,malar rash natural treatment,lupus skin rash natural treatment,. Lupus Skin Rash Treatment 1200×787 · Picture Of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus 493×335 · Lupus Disease Will Develop Some Sort Of Skin 378×257. Lupus Skin Rash ...
Blood vessels in your fingers and toes can tighten and slow the flow of blood there. The tips of your fingers or toes may turn red, white, or blue in cold weather or a cold room. They may also tingle, hurt, or go numb. This problem is known as Raynauds phenomenon. It helps to keep your toes and fingers warm by wearing mittens and thick socks.. Lupus Skin, Lupus Skin Rash, Lupus Skin Rash Lesions Photos, Lupus Skin Images. lupus skin - dermatology & skin diseases : lupus skin problems. Lupus Skin Itching: Lemon Juice Relieves Chilblains And Itchy Skin. Find great deals for Orange Ribbon Lupus Skin Cancer Yellow S S T Shirt M Dermatology & skin diseases : lupus skin problems.. Cider vinegar lupus,herbal remedies lupus,lupus skin rash treatment,sle cure in ayurveda,malar rash natural treatment,lupus skin rash natural treatment,. Lupus Skin Rash Treatment 1200×787 · Picture Of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus 493×335 · Lupus Disease Will Develop Some Sort Of Skin 378×257. Lupus Skin Rash ...
Latin name: Anthemis nobilis. Family name: Compositae. The oil is distilled from the flowers grown in the North America, britain, Belgium, Hungary, Italy, and France. It has a warm, sweet and fruity herbaceous aroma. Chamomile was one of the nine sacred herbs of the Saxons, which they called maythen. This herb had a medical reputation in Europe and especially in the Mediterranean region for over 2000 years and is still in widespread use today. It was employed by the ancient Egyptians and the Moors. It was also held to be the "Plants Physician" since it promoted the health of plants nearby. It is current in the British Herbal Pharmacopoeia for the treatment of dyspepsia, nausea, anorexia, vomiting in pregnancy, dysmenorrhea and specifically flatulent dyspepsia associated with mental stress.Traditional uses include: Acne, allergies, boils, burns, chilblains, dermatitis, earache, aczema, psoriasis, hair care, inflamations, insect bites, rashes, sensitive skin. teething pain, toothache, wound ...
Equisetum ravens Horsetail or Shavegrass has a very high concentration of silica and is great for skin and hair. Horsetail is known for its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antimicrobial, antioxidant, coagulant, demulcent, diuretic and astringent activity. Reportedly, it has been used in the treatment of a number of health conditions which include brittle bone, hair, teeth and nails, white spots on nails, gingivitis, tonsillitis, inflammation of the mucous membranes of the mouth, rheumatic disorders, edema, osteoarthritis, diabetes, acne, wounds, itchiness, rashes, burns, frostbite, chilblains, athletes foot, cracked and tired feet, drawing out pus from boils and carbuncles, ulcers, fistulas, herpes simplex, dyspepsia (impaired digestion), gastrointestinal conditions, cardiovascular diseases, respiratory tract infections, bronchitis, fever, malaria, bladder problems, urinary tract infection, bed wetting in children, kidney stones (nephrolithiasis), prostate problems, hemorrhoids, muscle ...
Mrs. Goddard was the mistress of a School -- not of a seminary, or an establishment, or any thing which professed, in long sentences of refined nonsense, to combine liberal acquirements with elegant morality upon new principles and new systems -- and where young ladies for enormous pay might be screwed out of health and into vanity -- but a real, honest, old-fashioned Boarding-school, where a reasonable quantity of accomplishments were sold at a reasonable price, and where girls might be sent to be out of the way and scramble themselves into a little education, without any danger of coming back prodigies. Mrs. Goddards school was in high repute -- and very deservedly; for Highbury was reckoned a particularly healthy spot: she had an ample house and garden, gave the children plenty of wholesome food, let them run about a great deal in the summer, and in winter dressed their chilblains with her own hands. It was no wonder that a train of twenty young couple now walked after her to church. She was ...
I hope that you have all acclimatised to the cooler weather once again, all four of our children asked to have the heating on last night! They were told to go and get a jumper, heating on in June, whatever next?! I will admit to going and getting a hot wheat bag to take to bed as Paul is on nights and boy is that bed chilly with out him, I think its not having something to tuck your feet under that makes it seem colder, my circulation is quite poor so my feet are a nightmare to keep warm, I think its hereditary as my mums toes always look blue/ purple and two of my girls have been diagnosed with Reynauds, poor Sophie suffered with Chilblains all winter. I wonder if well get to wear Flip-flops before August ...
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I know that this was certainly true in my own case, and I would tell myself that when I 42 Choosing Recovery reached a specific weight then I would start recovery. However, this was just an excuse since I was always changing this target weight. When I did eventually choose recovery, it was not based on any single event - it was because I realized how the disorder was holding me back and ruining my life. If your plans for recovery are conditional it is likely that you will also keep finding another reason to avoid it. These are: · severe weight loss · a growth of downy hair (lanugo) appearing across the body · decreased pulse and heart rate · hair loss · a drop in body temperature which can cause the extremities to turn blue; chilblains may also appear · diminished or complete loss of sex drive · dizzy episodes · weakness and fatigue · insomnia caused by the body being unable to rest when hungry · dry and flaky skin · constipation · oedema (water retention) causing swelling in the ...
Marshmallow has been used for centuries as a topical anti-inflammatory with antimicrobial effects. Common uses include infected skin wounds, boils, ulcers, inflamed cuts, burns, insect bites and chapped skin. Marshmallow may help to boost immunity at a cellular level. It can also be useful in reducing the pain and swelling associated with chilblains. Marshmallow is a strong demulcent that helps to soothe irritated skin such as chapped skin, psoriasis and eczema. It is an herb that has demulcent, emollient and vulnerary properties that work synergistically in supporting the effects of other herbs such as Comfrey.. Red clover, herb top, 18 mg / 2.5 ...
Abnormal pap smears, abscess (pus build-up), antibacterial, antidote to poisons, antimicrobial, antioxidant, arthritis, bee stings, bladder inflammation, boils, breast tenderness, bronchitis, bruises, burns, cancer, chilblains (inflammation of toes and fingers caused by cold exposure), colon inflammation, congestion, constipation, cough (general), Crohns disease, demulcent (soothing agent), dental hygiene (mouthwash), diarrhea, diverticulitis (inflammation of the intestine lining), enteritis (inflammation of the small intestine), expectorant (promotes mucus), frequent urination, gastroenteritis (stomach flu), hyperglycemia (high blood sugar levels), ileitis (inflammation of the ileum, a part of the small intestine), immune function, impotence, improving urine flow, increasing breast milk, indigestion, inflammation, insect bites, irritable bowel syndrome, laxative, mucilage, muscle pain, peptic ulcer disease (defect in lining of stomach and/or small intestine), promoting healing, sexual arousal, ...
Acrid, with, pus :- Graph.. Ankle, anterior and external surface from, to middle 3rd of thigh one mass :- Merc.. Atonic, old :- Hydr.. Atonic, with tearing stitching, worse during increase of moon, better during decrease :- Pall.. Bleed easily, become putrid, spongy bluish :- MERC.. Bottoms uneven and dirty, discharge thin, offensive :- Lach.. Burning :- Hydr.. Burn at night :- CARB-V.. Burning, worse from least touch :- Merc.. Burning, worse from warmth, not better from cold :- Carb-v.. Calf, large deep, on, centre black and hard :- Ferr-m.. Carious, on tibia, skin adheres to bone :- Asaf.. Chilblains, stump of amputated leg a mass of, many places being ulcerated, itching and intense pain preventing rest at night :- Ran-b.. Chronic, with dyspepsia :- Lyc.. Chronic, indolent, flat with purple skin, small sores around main ulcer, which has an uneven bottom, burning and bleeding even when lightly touched, ichorous offensive discharge :- LACH.. Chronic, probably syphilitic (phlebitis) :- ...
Today Buckwheat is used to treat itching skin and liver disease, headaches, and help regulate blood sugar. It is used to treat a wide range of circulatory problems, including varicose veins, and chilblains. Buckwheat is most effective when taken with vitamin C or lemon juice to aid absorption. Buckwheat can also be combined with other herbs to treat retinal hemorrhages, and high blood pressure. Recent research shows that the Chinese variety of Buckwheat has immune stimulant properties and can be used to treat chronic bronchitis, inflamed gallbladder, and pulmonary abscesses ...
Again as to the kennel situation, did you forget that you yourself stated he was in an run with an indoor kennel? Chapped feet are more like a chilblain and flaking skin like exzema not the rusty staining that your photos and the ones on Chris site show. See he had the stains long before you got him. It happens and tons of dogs get stained like that. Its a crap happens type thing and you either want to make excuses or get to the bottom of it and get rid of it forever. If not, then deal with red icky looking feet off and on for the rest of the dogs existance. I dont really give a crap hes not in my house and hes not my responsibility ...
Improved patient information and greater consumer choice â€" new rules to regulate homeopathic medicines. The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has today introduced a new scheme to improve and strengthen the regulation of homeopathic medicines in the UK. The National Rules Scheme for homeopathic medicines will enhance consumer confidence with respect to the safety, quality and use of these medicines.. From today, companies will be encouraged to register new homeopathic medicines under this scheme, with the option of re-registering certain existing products. For the first time since Product Licences of Right were issued in 1971, companies will be allowed to include information about the treatment and relief of minor, self-limiting conditions based on the use of the product within the homeopathic tradition. For example, labels may indicate that a product may relieve the symptoms of common colds and coughs, hay fever or chilblains. All homeopathic medicines authorised ...
It has been claimed that onions cure coughs, colds, flu, sinus ailments, bruises, hemorrhoids, and chilblains plus assorted other diseases.. As Hygienists, we know that this could not be true. Only the body can heal. The use of onions may suppress disease symptoms but this is certainly an undesirable effect as this results in suppressing our bodys attempts to heal.. Poisons do not heal-poisons only poison. There are no health benefits in eating onions.. ...
I have running on the brain. This is probably not the best thing to be thinking about, as I promised myself that due to last years Chilblains, this year, I would take a break from running in the cold. Well, guess what, its January and its cold, but I want to run! And no, the…
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Mechanisms of special cold injuries.- The predisposing cause of chilblains, Lewis points out, is almost certainly a habitually defective circulation, associaated with repeated exposure to cold. He also implies that erythrocyanosis, trenchfoot, and immersion foot occur on the same basis. In the early stages, all of these conditions present the common characteristics of itching, tenderness, coldness, and high vascular coloration. In more severe cases, swelling, blistering, and ulceration occur. Except in the extremely severe forms of frostbite, necrosis of tissue occurs more frequently in trenchfoot than in other forms of cold injury. The initial damage in trenchfoot may not appear to be as great as in frostbite, but the injury is of the silent type, which means that trauma continues over a long period of time and anoxia is correspondingly prolonged, while the temperature of the tissue is not sufficiently low to retard metabolic or degenerative activity. The circumstances of the injury also play a ...
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This autosomal recessive systemic autoinflammatory disorder is characterized by early childhood onset of annular erythematous plaques on the face and extremities with subsequent development of partial lipodystrophy and laboratory evidence of immune dysregulation. More variable features include recurrent fever, severe joint contractures, muscle weakness and atrophy, hepatosplenomegaly, basal ganglia calcifications, and microcytic anemia (summary by {1:Agarwal et al., 2010}; {4:Kitamura et al., 2011}; {2:Arima et al., 2011}). This disorder encompasses Nakajo-Nishimura syndrome (NKJO); joint contractures, muscular atrophy, microcytic anemia, and panniculitis-induced lipodystrophy (JMP syndrome); and chronic atypical neutrophilic dermatosis with lipodystrophy and elevated temperature syndrome (CANDLE). Among Japanese patients, this disorder is best described as Nakajo-Nishimura syndrome, since both {7:Nakajo (1939)} and {8:Nishimura et al. (1950)} contributed to the original phenotypic descriptions ...
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Sports massage therapy is offered by professional therapeutic massage spas along with reflexology massage therapy, Swedish massage therapy, deep tissue massage therapy and even pregnancy massage therapy. Like pregnancy massage therapy, however, sports massage therapy also has its own guidelines and contraindications. If you are a resident of Washington County, Clackamas, Keizer, Lake Oswego, Portland, Tualatin, Sherwood or Vancouver WA, make sure you take note of all these guidelines before availing of sports massage therapy at your therapeutic massage spa in Beaverton.. Sports massage therapy should be avoided by people with thrombosis or a blood clot in the vein, implanted artificial blood vessels, hemophilia and tumors because it can cause life threatening complications. Sports massage therapy can also spread bacterial, viral or fungal infections of the skin and soft tissue; and can worsen broken bones; contusions; burns of chilblains; periostitis, or the inflammation of sheath around the ...
The CANDLE syndrome [MIM256040] is a rare autosomal recessive disorder in which autoinflammatory processes lead to multisystem complications. The acronym "CANDLE" pertains to Chronic Atypical Neutrophilic Dermatosis with Lipodystrophy and Elevated temperature. Other variable features include intellectual disability and short stature. Published reports are scanty and apart from macroglossia [1] no other oro-dental features have been mentioned in the literature.. The CANDLE syndrome, which is classified as a proteasome-associated autoinflammatory syndrome (PRAAS), and known as the Nakajo-Nishimura syndrome (NKJO) was delineated in 1939 by Nakajo, a medical staff member at Tohoku University in Japan. The initial syndromic features included erythematous skin lesions, clubbed fingers, periosteal thickening and cardiac insufficiency [2]. Thereafter, Nishimura et al. [3] expanded the phenotype to include hypertrophic pulmonary osteoarthropathy. Additional phenotypic features which have been reported ...
Acrocyanosis is a painless disorder that affects the arteries supplying blood to the skin of the hands and feet. These small arteries carry oxygen and nutrients through the blood to the skin of the extremities. Spasms in the arteries block blood flow in people with this condition. Without adequate blood supply, the skin lacks oxygen, which changes the skin color to a dark blue to purple color. This characteristic color is called cyanosis ...
acrocyanosis: Bluish discoloration of the hands caused by spasms in arterioles (small arteries) of the skin. Less commonly, the feet are affected. The fingers or toes are usually cold and sweat...
This is common in babies and young children. It is usually confined to the area around the mouth ("muzzle area") and the hands and feet. Whilst it may occur when exposed to a cold environment (e.g. after a long time in the bath) there is often no obvious reason and it may occur on warm and sunny days. It usually lasts for a few minutes and the child is asymptomatic and unaware of any problem. The technical term for this colour change is acrocyanosis. It is probably caused by local variation in blood flow through the skin - the longer the transit time the greater the extraction of oxygen from the blood and the more intense the colour change. It is of no consequence and usually goes away as the child gets older ...
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Visit: Dermatopathology site. Abstract:. Histologic features of cutaneous lupus erythematosus.Autoimmun Rev.2009 May;8(6):467-73. Epub 2009 Jan 20 Histologic examination of lesions plays a key role in the diagnostics of cutaneous lupus erythematosus (LE). LE has a broad spectrum of histopathological signs, which are related to the stages of the lesions. In addition to the main subtypes of LE, we report on special manifestations like Rowells-syndrome and Chilblain LE, and give an account of Kikuchi-Fujimoto disease (histiocytic necrotizing lymphadenitis), which may be associated with systemic LE. Furthermore the most considerable histopathologic differential diagnoses are discussed.. The different faces of cutaneous lupus erythematosus. G Ital Dermatol Venereol.2009 Apr;144(2):135-47.. Lupus erythematosus is a chronic and inflammatory multiorgan disease with variable clinical appearance and variable course. Most patients with systemic lupus erythematosus show cutaneous manifestations and ...
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Symmetric bluish discolouration or the hands and feet that is variable in intensity and more pronounced in hypothermia. The peripheral arterioles react unduly to cold and the smaller vessels are dilated. The disorder is not usually associated with gross arterial disease. In new-borns acrocyanosis is a physiologic finding. If it starts later, most commonly in adolescence, acrocyanosis may either persist or improve in adult life. The bluish-red discolouration may occur transiently after exposure to cold, or be persistent through the winter or even the summer months.. ...
On this work, we modeled a rare neurological auto-immune disease called Aicardi-Goutieres Syndrome (AGS), caused by mutations in the TREX1 gene. AGS is characterized by a dramatic neuronal loss, leading to a life-long disability condition. The lack of robust animal models has blocked the understanding of the pathology and potential treatments. Using pluripotent stem cells, we create the first human model of AGS. When these cells were differentiated into neurons, we observed a massive cell death. On the other hand, astrocytes derived from the same donor cells survived, but displayed a clear inflammatory reactivity response by releasing interferon. We showed that the interferon response from astrocytes was affecting neuronal survival. When investigating the causes of the inflammatory response, we focused on the accumulation of nucleic acid on the cytoplast of astrocytes. The identity of these nucleic acid was LINE-1 retrotransposons. LINE-1 or L1s are repetitive sequences on the human genome that ...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Cold agglutinin disease complicated by acrocyanosis and necrosis. AU - Gregory, Gareth P.. AU - Farrell, Ann. AU - Brown, Susan. PY - 2017/3/1. Y1 - 2017/3/1. KW - Acrocyanosis. KW - CAD. KW - CAIHA. KW - Hemolysis. KW - Necrosis. U2 - 10.1007/s00277-016-2905-6. DO - 10.1007/s00277-016-2905-6. M3 - Letter. VL - 96. SP - 509. EP - 510. JO - Annals of Hematology. JF - Annals of Hematology. SN - 0939-5555. IS - 3. ER - ...
Acrocyanosis is the bluish discoloration of the skin that occurs especially in the hands and feet. It can also affect the ears, nose, and nipples.
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The shape of your foot molds the cast. It lets your ulcer heal by distributing weight and relieving pressure. If you have Charcot foot, the cast controls your foots movement and supports its contours if you dont put any weight on it. To use a total contact cast, you need good blood flow in your foot. The cast is changed every week or two until your foot heals. A custom-walking boot is another way to treat your Charcot foot. It supports the foot until all the swelling goes down, which can take as long as a year. You should keep from putting your weight on the Charcot foot. Surgery is considered if your deformity is too severe for a brace or shoe ...
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Skin manifestation of sarcoidosis characterized by large bluish-red nodules and plaques occurring on the nose, cheeks, ears, fingers and hands. Discrete nodules showing an apple jelly colour on diascopy may be found at the edge sometimes. Lupus pernio tends to persist. It is often associated with other forms of sarcoidosis including upper respiratory tract sarcoidosis, bone cysts, lacrimal gland and renal sarcoidosis.. ...
In 1898 Sir Jonathan Hutchinson used the term Mortimers Malady for the skin disease he described as lupus vulgarism multiplex non-ulcerans et non-serpiginous that had afflicted Mrs. Mortimer, a 65 year old Londoner. Today this is referred to as Lupus Pernio and is one of the many manifestations of Sarcoidosis.. Nearly 120 years later Sarcoidosis remains one of the least understood and most misdiagnosed diseases. It can affect every organ in the body. Most Sarcoidosis sufferers have multiple organ involvement. Despite medical technology advances no definitive marker(s) has been discovered specific to Sarcoidosis to aid diagnosis. Diagnosis remains a process of elimination via seemingly endless testing, including invasive testing (e.g. biopsy). Even then diagnosis cannot be accomplished with complete confidence. The end result is a statistical likelihood of the disease. There is no known cure.. The University of Minnesotas research is targeted on the critical need to develop biomarkers that ...
Information on the illness including images of lupus pernio, erythema nodosum, and chest imaging. Article by Mark H. Belfer, and R. Wayne Stevens of St. Elizabeth Health Center Family Practice Residency, Youngstown, Ohio. Also has list of references and a printable fact sheet. (December 01, 1998) ...
WebMD Symptom Checker helps you find the most common medical conditions indicated by the symptoms Anxiety, Blue colored skin, Blue colored skin and Brittle hair and including Raynaud phenomenon, Generalized anxiety disorder and Acrocyanosis.
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Chilblains may be present. On palpation, small superficial and painful nodules are felt. They break down to form small and ...
SH3BP2 Chilblain lupus; 610448; TREX1 CHILD syndrome; 308050; NSDHL Chloride diarrhea, congenital, Finnish type; 214700; ...
Chilblains List of cutaneous conditions Otto Braun-Falco; G. Plewig; H. H. Wolff; Walter H. C. Burgdorf (2000). Dermatology. ...
Chilblains List of cutaneous conditions James, William D.; Berger, Timothy G.; et al. (2006). Andrews' Diseases of the Skin: ...
Externally it was traditionally used for chilblains and wounds. It was also once used to polish pewter and wood (gaining the ...
... the intense cold produces chilblains all over one's body. In the second hell, one's chilblains worsen and finally burst. The ... According to the Dharma Analysis Treasury, the eight cold hells are the Arbuda hell (the hell of chilblains), the Nirarbuda ... hell (the hell of enlarged chilblains), the Atata hell, the Hahava hell, the Huhuva hell, the Utpala hell (the hell of the blue ...
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Chilblains were treated with a mix of eggs, wine, and fennel root. Agrimony was cited as a cure for male impotence - when ...
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Overexposure to cold conditions or extreme cold can lead to hypothermia, frostbite, trench foot, or chilblains. Electricity ...
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Mutations in this gene result in Aicardi-Goutieres syndrome, chilblain lupus, RVCL (Retinal Vasculopathy with Cerebral ...
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Complete information about Homeopathy for Chilblains treatment, BEST homeopathic medicine & remedies Homeopathy for Chilblains ... Chilblains is a medical condition that is often confused with frostbite and trench foot. Chilblains are acral ulcers (that is, ... Chilblain with bluish-red or bluish-black discoloration round it. Chilblains tends to develop ulceration leading to gangrene. ... Chilblains are very sensitive to touch. Chilblains bleed easily & copiously. Severe excoriation of the affected part.. Persons ...
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Chilblains are a painful skin condition that happens after your skin has been exposed to unusually cold, damp weather. Well ... What are chilblains?. Chilblains are small lesions caused by the inflammation of tiny blood vessels after exposure to cold air ... Chilblains usually go away on their own within one to three weeks. In many cases, your symptoms will start to diminish as you ... Chilblains are patches of skin that appear swollen and red or occasionally blue in color. Due to the swelling, they may look ...
Chilblains are a response to the rapid warming of your skin after being exposed to extreme cold temperatures. When your skin is ... According to the Mayo Clinic, any exposure to the cold may result in the creation of a chilblain. Chilblains occur more often ... When you develop a chilblain, your skin becomes extremely itchy and red at the affected sites. In some instances, a chilblain ... If you have poor circulation, you may also be more susceptible to developing chilblains. It is common for a chilblain to ...
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Frostbite, hypothermia, trench foot, and chilblains are all illnesses and injuries caused by cold stress. Those working outside ...
Chilblain lupus erythematosus (also known as "chilblain lupus erythematosus of Hutchinson") is a chronic, unremitting form of ... 1999). "Chilblain lupus erythematosus is associated with antibodies to SSA/Ro". Adv. Exp. Med. Biol. 455: 167-71. doi:10.1007/ ... ISBN 0-7216-2921-0. Aoki T, Ishizawa T, Hozumi Y, Aso K, Kondo S (March 1996). "Chilblain lupus erythematosus of Hutchinson ... Chilblain lupus erythematosus Hutchinson: successful treatment with mycophenolate mofetil. Arch Dermatol 2001;137:235-236 url= ...
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The red areas and mild swelling of the finger in this photo are chilblains. ...
so it is that time of year again when the chilblains on my feet really start to play up. I am wondering whether MS has a ... I wish there was more written on the subject of chilblains being exacerbated by MS - I sometimes feel stupid for mentioning ...
Chilblain lupus erythematosus, Hutchinson lupus. Authoritative facts about the skin from DermNet New Zealand. ... criteria for SLE distinguish chilblain LE from idiopathic chilblains [9].. What is the differential diagnosis for chilblain ... What is chilblain lupus erythematosus?. Chilblain lupus erythematosus (LE) is a rare variant of chronic cutaneous LE and was ... Who gets chilblain lupus erythematosus?. Chilblain LE is an under-recognised entity. In a 2008 review, the authors stated that ...
Less than 20% of patients with chilblain lupus go on to develop SLE. Of note, those that develop DLE and chilblain lesions ... Autosomal dominant variants of chilblain lupus have been associated with mutations in TREX1. Chilblains is a broad term used ... In anorexia they may be more likely to develop chilblains, but not chilblains lupus. ... chilblain lupus may persist. This should not be taken as treatment failure for chilblain lupus. ...
"Idiopathic Chilblains". Am J Med. vol. 122. 2009. pp. 1152-55. (This is an excellent recent review highlighting the clinical ... "The treatment of chilblains with nifedipine: the results of a pilot study, a double-blind placebo-controlled randomized study ... Familial chilblain lupus erythemtosus has been reported in two families, occurring in an autosomal dominant fashion. Mutations ... AlMahameed, A, Pinto, D. "Pernio (chilblains)". Curr Treat Options Cardiovasc Med. vol. 10. 2008. pp. 128-35. ...
"Chilblain lupus erythematosus (Hutchinson)". Br J Dermatol. vol. 98. 1978. pp. 497(Chilblain LE lesions are described in a ... Less than 20% of patients with chilblain lupus go on to develop SLE. Of note, those that develop DLE and chilblain lesions ... Autosomal dominant variants of chilblain lupus have been associated with mutations in TREX1. Chilblains is a broad term used ... In anorexia they may be more likely to develop chilblains, but not chilblains lupus. ...
Familial chilblain lupus is a monogenic form of cutaneous lupus erythematosus caused by loss-of-function mutations in the ... In a multigenerational family with five members affected with chilblain lupus, we identified a heterozygous mutation of STING, ... A heterozygous gain-of-function mutation in STING can cause familial chilblain lupus. These findings expand the genetic ... Familial chilblain lupus due to a gain-of-function mutation in STING. ...
WINTER AILMENTS: Colds - Coughs - Flu - Chilblains - Sore Throats. COLDS Symptoms. Better. Worse ACONITE Take at first sneeze or. Stuffy shiver after exposure to. atmosphere dry cold. Frequent sneezing. Hot clear water drips from nostrils. Fever, thirst, restless at night. Buzzing in the ears. ALLIUM CEPA Paroxysms of sneezing, eyes and. Fresh Air Warm room nose stream, nose and lips sore and raw. Hot, thirsty, headachy. Rawness may extend to throat and chest. ARSENICUM ALBUM Similar symptoms to above, but more. Heat chilliness, and burning extends back Warm into the fauces. Burning discharge or drinks stuffed up at night. Intense tickle inside the nose at one particular spot. Tends to spread to the chest. Extremely chilly, sensation of `ice cold or possibly boiling water coursing through veins. Very thirsty but taken only in sips. BRYONIA Symptoms slow to develop. Much sneezing, Lying eyes red and watering. Nasal discharge down watery. Lips and mouth are DRY. Great Keeping thirst for large ...
As for chilblains, I may have been mistaken. More likely inflamed dry skin due to the water, a conditon I get every year at my ... PART 2 - Carpal Tunnel, Chilblains, Perniosis, Tried icing for 10 days by: Joshua Joshua Thanks for your response. As for icing ... Along with the chilblains, medically known as perniosis, it has me look towards systemic issues and nutrient deficiency.. Check ... That would be good if it wasnt chilblains. For some people, the frequent icings can dry the skin out and lead to dry, rashy ...
Chilblain is an infection caused by the fungi Trichophyton mentagrophytes or Trichophyton rubrum, which attacks preferentially ... The treatment of chilblains is usually done with antifungal ointments, such as terbinafine or naftifine. Chilblains and Athlete ... Also known as tinea pedis or athletes foot, chilblain is the most common mycosis of skin in the world. Athletes foot is an ... A common presentation of the chilblains is a dry soles of the feet, with thickening of the skin, peeling, redness and pain in ...
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... www.patient.co.uk/health/chilblains https://www.facebook.com/groups/207000109406878/permalink/736447253128825/ https://www. ... broken chilblain, especially if site of chilblain is traumatised. Chilblains appear to be part of cryoglobulinaemia and some ... Wikis > Peripheral Vascular Disease > Chilblains. http://www.patient.co.uk/health/chilblains. https://www.facebook.com/groups/ ...
  • Chilblains are acral ulcers (that is, ulcers affecting the extremities) that occur when a predisposed individual is exposed to cold and humidity. (hpathy.com)
  • The first line of treatment for chilblains generally includes measures to keep hands and feet warm and dry, such as keeping your indoor environment warm and dry, using gloves and socks, and changing damp gloves and socks when needed. (riversideonline.com)
  • Lupus - an autoimmune connective tissue disease - is the most common autoimmune disorder associated with chilblains. (riversideonline.com)
  • If your skin is exposed to cold, it's helpful to rewarm it gradually because sudden rewarming of cold skin may worsen chilblains. (riversideonline.com)
  • People who weigh about 20 percent less than is expected for their height have an increased risk of chilblains. (riversideonline.com)
  • Your risk of chilblains is higher if you live in an area with high humidity and cold, but not freezing, temperatures. (riversideonline.com)
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