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141. Traction Alopecia (Diagnosis)

a clinically noninflammatory patchy alopecia. The most common condition to produce this appearance is lichen planopilaris. The term “idiopathic pseudopelade” refers to a distinct fibrosing alopecia characterized by a thin dermis, with dense eosinophilic dermal collagen and thick recoiled elastic fibers. The fibrous tracts are broad and may contain granulomas, but the surrounding elastic sheath is preserved. Traction alopecia As the name implies, traction alopecia is alopecia secondary to physical traction (...) predominate are as follows: Folliculitis decalvans: Folliculitis decalvans presents with recurrent crops of follicular pustules that result in permanent epilation. Staphylococci are often cultured from pustules, but this condition does not respond the standard antibiotic regimens. The best results are obtained by long-term use of topical corticosteroids together with an oral tetracycline. Perifolliculitis capitis abscedens et suffodiens: Other terms used for include dissecting cellulitis and Hoffman

2014 eMedicine.com

142. Toxicity, Cocaine (Diagnosis)

aspiration pneumonitis or after an intravenous injection of bacteria or toxic organic or inorganic materials Aneurysm or pseudoaneurysm: May be noted with mainlining (ie, directly injecting into a central artery or vein); this finding is an indication for further imaging studies In addition, radiography may be useful for evaluating cellulitis, an abscess, or a nonhealing wound in an intravenous drug user; it may reveal a foreign body or subcutaneous emphysema produced by gas-forming organisms (...) producing these effects are unknown, but hypotheses include a direct effect on lymphocyte activity, myocardial cell cytotoxicity secondary to an increase in the activity of natural killer cells, hypersensitivity reactions (suggested by eosinophilic infiltrate), and induction of focal myocarditis from catecholamine administration. Cocaine causes a direct negative inotropic effect on cardiac muscle, resulting in transient toxic cardiomyopathy. In one small series, 8 of 10 subjects who used cocaine long

2014 eMedicine.com

143. Id Reaction (Autoeczematization) (Diagnosis)

, Lee YP, Lee JY. Eosinophilic cellulitis and panniculitis with generalized vesicular pustular id reaction after a molten aluminum burn. Dermatitis . 2010 Jun. 21(3):E11-5. . Cunningham MJ, Zone JJ, Petersen MJ, Green JA. Circulating activated (DR-positive) T lymphocytes in a patient with autoeczematization. J Am Acad Dermatol . 1986 Jun. 14(6):1039-41. . Kasteler JS, Petersen MJ, Vance JE, Zone JJ. Circulating activated T lymphocytes in autoeczematization. Arch Dermatol . 1992 Jun. 128(6):795-8

2014 eMedicine.com

144. External Ear, Inflammatory Diseases

, and bacterial cultures to exclude a superimposed infection. In rare instances, a skin biopsy may be performed to identify the lesion. Histopathologic evaluation reveals a dense lymphocytic infiltration with a few eosinophils and plasma cells in the dermis and subcutaneous tissues and lymphoid follicles with germinal centers. T-cell lymphocytic infiltration, especially around blood vessels, is seen in one variant, known as "lymphomatoid contact dermatitis." Clinically and histologically, this can mimic (...) , and recurrent auricular chondritis can lead to permanent damage. Relapsing polychondritis usually manifests as cellulitis of one or both pinna. Because cartilage is lacking, the earlobes are typically spared. Destruction of external auditory canal cartilage may result in conductive hearing loss, while disruption of inner ear anatomy may result in sensorineural hearing loss, vertigo, or tinnitus. Table 1. Manifestations of Relapsing Polychondritis [ ] Organ System Manifestation Incidence, % Additional

2014 eMedicine Surgery

145. Sinusitis, Chronic, Medical Treatment

. Confounding factors that may contribute to inflammation include the following: Persistent infection (including biofilms and osteitis) [ , ] Allergy and other immunologic disorders Intrinsic factors of the upper airway Superantigens Colonizing fungi that induce and sustain eosinophilic inflammation Metabolic abnormalities such as aspirin sensitivity All of these factors can play a role in disruption of the intrinsic mucociliary transport system. This is because an alteration in sinus ostia patency, ciliary (...) A, Chandra M, Nag TC. Clinical implications of microbial biofilms in chronic rhinosinusitis and orbital cellulitis. BMC Ophthalmol . 2016 Sep 21. 16 (1):165. . Brook I, Foote PA, Hausfeld JN. Increase in the frequency of recovery of meticillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus in acute and chronic maxillary sinusitis. J Med Microbiol . 2008 Aug. 57:1015-7. . Brook I. Acute and chronic bacterial sinusitis. Infect Dis Clin North Am . 2007 Jun. 21(2):427-48, vii. . Brook I. Bacteriology of chronic maxillary

2014 eMedicine Surgery

146. White Blood Cell Function (Overview)

of virally infected cells. Immunodeficiency diseases The table below provides a brief overview of several immunodeficiency diseases. The normal functions of the immune system and the disorders that affect it are considered in detail below. Next: Innate Immune System Key components Granulocytes are a key component of the innate immune system (ie, nonspecific immune defense system). The granulocyte network includes 3 main components: neutrophils, eosinophils, and basophils. This network makes up 50 (...) of invasion by means of chemotaxis, which occurs in response to microbial products, activated complement proteins, and cytokines. Chemotaxis of neutrophils involves movement of pseudopodia and polymerization of cytoskeletal proteins or actin. The cell may then ingest the foreign invader. PMNs, monocytes, and eosinophils can participate in phagocytosis. Opsonins are often antibodies or components of the complement pathway that bind to the surface of target organisms to facilitate this phagocytosis

2014 eMedicine Pediatrics

147. Dirofilariasis (Follow-up)

Thighs Abdominal wall Male genitalia Ophthalmic involvement may be periorbital, [ , ] subconjunctival, [ ] subtenon, [ ] or intraocular. [ ] See for more detail. Diagnosis Studies used in the diagnosis and evaluation of dirofilariasis include the following: Complete blood count (CBC) - Using a CBC, eosinophilia may be detected in up to 20% of cases of HPD Sputum cytology - The presence of eosinophils may support a diagnosis of HPD in patients with a coin lesion observed on radiography, although (...) in endemic areas of northeastern Italy indicated that the mosquito host Culex pipiens fed on dogs 70% of the time and on humans 26% of the time. [ ] D immitis is most often associated with coin lesions of the lung (human pulmonary dirofilariasis, or HPD), but isolated reports exist of D immitis or D immitis –like worms causing cutaneous or conjunctival disease. Extrapulmonary D immitis infections described in the literature include a hepatic nodule, [ ] eosinophilic meningitis, [ ] intraocular infection

2014 eMedicine Pediatrics

148. White Blood Cell Function (Diagnosis)

of virally infected cells. Immunodeficiency diseases The table below provides a brief overview of several immunodeficiency diseases. The normal functions of the immune system and the disorders that affect it are considered in detail below. Next: Innate Immune System Key components Granulocytes are a key component of the innate immune system (ie, nonspecific immune defense system). The granulocyte network includes 3 main components: neutrophils, eosinophils, and basophils. This network makes up 50 (...) of invasion by means of chemotaxis, which occurs in response to microbial products, activated complement proteins, and cytokines. Chemotaxis of neutrophils involves movement of pseudopodia and polymerization of cytoskeletal proteins or actin. The cell may then ingest the foreign invader. PMNs, monocytes, and eosinophils can participate in phagocytosis. Opsonins are often antibodies or components of the complement pathway that bind to the surface of target organisms to facilitate this phagocytosis

2014 eMedicine Pediatrics

149. Conjunctivitis (Diagnosis)

. Vernal disease is often associated with shield corneal ulcers. Perilimbal accumulation of eosinophils (Horner-Trantas dots) typifies vernal disease. Vernal keratoconjunctivitis (VKC), usually affects young boys, tends to be bilateral, and occurs in warm weather. VKC is presumed to be a hypersensitivity to exogenous antigens and may be associated with or accompanied by keratoconus. Preauricular adenopathy is absent; chemosis is common. The conjunctival discharge amount is moderate, stringy, or sparse (...) and/or available. Risk of chlamydial pneumonia exists. Pneumonia can occur in 10-20% of infants with chlamydial conjunctivitis as many as 6 months later. Untreated chlamydial conjunctivitis in adults can lead to conjunctival scarring. Any of the bacterial organisms that cause conjunctivitis, particularly in a premature infant, can lead to sepsis and death. Neonates are at risk for secondary meningitis, cellulitis, and septicemia, particularly if the conjunctivitis is caused by Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus

2014 eMedicine Emergency Medicine

150. Conjunctivitis (Treatment)

. Vernal disease is often associated with shield corneal ulcers. Perilimbal accumulation of eosinophils (Horner-Trantas dots) typifies vernal disease. Vernal keratoconjunctivitis (VKC), usually affects young boys, tends to be bilateral, and occurs in warm weather. VKC is presumed to be a hypersensitivity to exogenous antigens and may be associated with or accompanied by keratoconus. Preauricular adenopathy is absent; chemosis is common. The conjunctival discharge amount is moderate, stringy, or sparse (...) and/or available. Risk of chlamydial pneumonia exists. Pneumonia can occur in 10-20% of infants with chlamydial conjunctivitis as many as 6 months later. Untreated chlamydial conjunctivitis in adults can lead to conjunctival scarring. Any of the bacterial organisms that cause conjunctivitis, particularly in a premature infant, can lead to sepsis and death. Neonates are at risk for secondary meningitis, cellulitis, and septicemia, particularly if the conjunctivitis is caused by Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus

2014 eMedicine Emergency Medicine

151. Toxicity, Cocaine (Overview)

aspiration pneumonitis or after an intravenous injection of bacteria or toxic organic or inorganic materials Aneurysm or pseudoaneurysm: May be noted with mainlining (ie, directly injecting into a central artery or vein); this finding is an indication for further imaging studies In addition, radiography may be useful for evaluating cellulitis, an abscess, or a nonhealing wound in an intravenous drug user; it may reveal a foreign body or subcutaneous emphysema produced by gas-forming organisms (...) producing these effects are unknown, but hypotheses include a direct effect on lymphocyte activity, myocardial cell cytotoxicity secondary to an increase in the activity of natural killer cells, hypersensitivity reactions (suggested by eosinophilic infiltrate), and induction of focal myocarditis from catecholamine administration. Cocaine causes a direct negative inotropic effect on cardiac muscle, resulting in transient toxic cardiomyopathy. In one small series, 8 of 10 subjects who used cocaine long

2014 eMedicine Emergency Medicine

152. Shock, Septic (Overview)

into a morphologic picture termed diffuse alveolar damage (DAD). The clinical and pathologic evolution can be categorized into the following 3 overlapping phases [ ] : Exudative phase (edema and hemorrhage) Proliferative phase (organization and repair) Fibrotic phase (end-stage fibrosis) The exudative phase of DAD occurs in the first week and is dominated by alveolar edema and hemorrhage (see the images below). Other histologic features include dense eosinophilic hyaline membranes and disruption of the capillary

2014 eMedicine Emergency Medicine

153. Teriflunomide

% 10% Eosinophils > 0.5 Giga/L 8% 8% 12% Hemoglobin > 100 g/L- LLN 11% 13% 16% 160 mm Hg plus increase of 20 mm Hg 2% 4% 6% Diastolic > 110 mm Hg plus increase of 10 mm Hg 0.5% 2% 1.4% Weight The following chart displays the incidence of weight loss reported as an adverse event in Pool 1: Weight loss Placebo Ter 7 Ter 14 1% 3% 2% Reference ID: 3185084 21 The following chart displays the incidence of patients who experienced a potentially significant change in weight in Pool 1: Weight Placebo Ter 7

2012 FDA - Drug Approval Package

158. Investigation of Otelixizumab in New-Onset, Autoimmune Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus Patients

concentration, Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosinophils, and Basophils ABNORMAL CLINICAL CHEMISTRY PARAMETERS [ Time Frame: Day-1 to Month 24 ] Clinical chemistry parameters include; blood urea nitrogen, creatinine, fasting glucose, sodium, potassium, chloride, total carbondioxide, calcium, alanine transaminase, aspartate transaminase, Gamma-glutamyltransferase, Alkaline phosphatase, Total and direct bilirubin, uric acid, albumin, and total protein ABNORMAL ECG CHANGES [ Time Frame: Day-1 to Month (...) . The subject has received immunizationion with a vaccine within 4 weeks before the first dose of study drug or requires a vaccine within 30 days after the last dose of study drug The subject has had significant systemic infection during the 6 weeks before the first dose of study drug (e.g., infection requiring hospitalization, major surgery, or intravenous (i.v.) antibiotics to resolve; other infections, e.g., bronchitis, sinusitis, localized cellulitis, candidiasis, or urinary tract infections, must

2013 Clinical Trials

159. Renal Cell Carcinoma

; renal cell , renal cell; adenocarcinoma , renal cell; carcinoma , Renal Cell Carcinoma , Renal Cell Adenocarcinoma , Adenocarcinoma of Kidney , Adenocarcinoma of the Kidney , Kidney Adenocarcinoma , Renal Cell Carcinoma, Stage Unspecified , renal carcinoma Swedish Njurcellskarcinom Finnish Munuaissolukarsinooma Italian Adenocarcinoma a cellule renali , Carcinoma renale , Cancro a cellule renali , Carcinoma a cellule renali NAS , Adenocarcinoma del rene , Carcinoma a cellule renali, stadio non (...) specificato , Tumore di Grawitz , Carcinoma a cellule renali Russian GIPERNEFROMA , KARTSINOMA POCHECHNO-KLETOCHNAIA , GRAVITTSA OPUKHOL' , KARTSINOMA GIPERNEFROIDNAIA , ADENOKARTSINOMA POCHECHNO-KLETOCHNAIA , АДЕНОКАРЦИНОМА ПОЧЕЧНО-КЛЕТОЧНАЯ , ГИПЕРНЕФРОМА , ГРАВИТЦА ОПУХОЛЬ , КАРЦИНОМА ГИПЕРНЕФРОИДНАЯ , КАРЦИНОМА ПОЧЕЧНО-КЛЕТОЧНАЯ Spanish Adenocarcinoma de riñón , Adenocarcinoma de células renales , Cáncer de células renales , Carcinoma de células renales, estadio no especificado , Carcinoma de células

2015 FP Notebook

160. Limited surgical treatment of suspected necrotizing fasciitis of the upper extremity with a benign clinical presentation (PubMed)

is described. A previously healthy 48-year-old man presented with increased erythema, swelling and blistering of his left upper extremity. Despite a benign systemic clinical presentation, the hand and forearm were suspicious for necrotizing fasciitis, prompting surgical treatment. Surgical exploration found a significant amount of intradermal and subdermal clear fluid. It was decided to limit the amount of debridement. The diagnosis was Wells syndrome, eosinophilic cellulitis. Treated with steroids

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