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  1. Cancrum Oris (Noma)

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    Synonyms: noma (from Greek: to devour); gangrenous stomatitis; face of poverty (flourishes where poverty is rife) This was described in the mid-eighteenth century by Tourdes. , gangren...

  2. HIV and Skin Disorders

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    Disseminated furunculosis, gingivitis, gangrenous stomatitis and abscess formation may occur. Tuberculosis is more common in HIV infection.

  3. Gangrene

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    Dry gangrene Requires restoration of blood supply to the gangrenous area. Amputation may be required if blood supply cannot be restored (although, if a small area is involved, auto-a...

  4. Pellagra

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    Early symptoms include: Loss of appetite Generalised weakness Irritability and aggression Abdominal pain Vomiting Continued deficiency leads to epithelial changes leading to: ...

  5. Oral Thrush (Yeast Infection)

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    This mainly affects the angle where the upper and lower lips meet (angular stomatitis). Some mild oral thrush infections are painless. However, sometimes oral thrush is quite sore and can ...

  6. Problems in the Mouth

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    Aphthous ulcers These are also referred to as canker sores, aphthous stomatitis, recurrent aphthous stomatitis (RAS), recurrent oral ulceration (ROU). This condition tends t...

  7. Skin Manifestations of Systemic Disease

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    Gastrointestinal disease Inflammatory bowel disease This can include pyoderma gangrenosum and erythema nodosum . [ 2 ] Oral manifestations include aphthous stomatitis, mucosal nodula...

  8. Erythema Multiforme

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    Prognosis EM usually resolves within 3-5 weeks without sequelae, but may recur. [ 1 ] History In 1860, Ferdinand von Hebra initially described EM as an acute, self-limited condition with cha...

  9. Pancreatic Endocrine Tumours

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    Glucagonoma: necrolytic migratory erythema, weight loss, diabetes mellitus, stomatitis, diarrhoea. VIPoma: Verner-Morrison syndrome of profuse watery diarrhoea with marked hypokalaemia, an...

  10. Short Bowel Syndrome

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    B complex vitamins in general - stomatitis, cheilosis and glossitis. Vitamin B1 deficiency - oedema, tachycardia, ophthalmoplegia, depressed deep tendon reflexes.

  11. Surgical Emergencies in Childhood

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    Herniotomy is usually all that is required with ligation and excision of the patent processus vaginalis. If gangrenous bowel is present it should be excised and an end-to-end anastomosis perf...

  12. Rectal Bleeding in Children

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    Rectal bleeding occurs relatively late with development of gangrenous bowel. Classic plain X-ray finding in midgut volvulus is the double bubble sign. Ultrasound can also be used.

  13. Peripheral Arterial Disease

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    It is needed when severe PAD develops and a foot has tissue death (becomes gangrenous) due to a very poor blood supply.

  14. Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis

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    Loss of nails. Stomatitis and mucositis. Gastrointestinal haemorrhage. Oesophageal strictures and dysphagia .

  15. Thallium Poisoning

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    Other findings may include crusted eczematous lesions, hypohidrosis, anhidrosis, palmar erythema, painful glossitis with redness of the tip of the tongue, stomatitis and hair discoloration. ...

  16. Heavy Metal Poisoning

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    Gastrointestinal upset (abdominal pain, gingivitis and stomatitis, nausea, vomiting). Renal problems include acute renal failure, nephrotic syndrome and acute tubular necrosis.

  17. Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease

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    Painful stomatitis due to oral involvement. This can lead to dehydration. Neurological involvement and meningitis are more likely if EV71 is the causative organism. [ 7 ] Neurological inv...

  18. Cannabis Use and Abuse

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    Abdominal pain (upper), oral mucosal discolouration, oral mucosal disorder, oral mucosal exfoliation, stomatitis, tooth discolouration. Application site irritation. Monitoring [ 16 ]...

  19. Coxsackievirus Infection

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    Coxsackievirus B5 causes pustular stomatitis with erythema multiforme. Coxsackievirus A4 causes a widespread vesicular eruption.

  20. Hypervitaminosis

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    Other symptoms can be quite nonspecific: Scaly seborrhoeic eczema Patchy hair loss Stomatitis Loss of appetite Nausea Vomiting Malaise Hepatosplenomegaly Liver f...