dermopathy


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dermopathy

n dermopatía; nephrogenic fibrosing — fibrosis sistémica nefrogénica, dermopatía fibrosante nefrogénica
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Patients were considered to have GD if they had a previous history of known GD, or were biochemically hyperthyroid with evidence of ophthalmopathy, dermopathy or thyroid-antibody positivity.
Leprosy most commonly is characterized by an infiltrative dermopathy, which dermatologists and many physicians know is an indication for skin biopsy.
20% (12) of diabetic patients had diabetic dermopathy as against 50% - 70% in other studies.
Restrictive dermopathy--Restylane-L has also been shown to be effective for lagophthalmos, secondary to a shortened anterior lamellar and periorbital hollowing in a patient with restrictive dermopathy.
Graves' disease (GD) is an autoimmune thyroid disorder characterized by thyrotoxicosis, frequent infiltrative orbitopathy, and occasional infiltrative dermopathy.
To the Editor: Pretibial myxedema (PTM), a localized thyroid-associated dermopathy, is characterized by local thickening and remodeling of the skin − it is often associated with a group of autoimmune thyroid diseases (ATDs).
As for BZ the most common adverse effects are allergic dermopathy and gastrointestinal syndromes; less frequently bone marrow depression, thrombocytopenic purpura and agranulocytosis, polyneuropathy, paresthesia and peripheral polyneuritis.
In extreme cases, evidence suggests that if this dermopathy is not identified and the heat exposure continues, the hyperpigmentation can progress to show changes similar to actinic keratosis, such as epidermal dysplasia.
Different from the development of acropathy that often follows ophthalmopathy and dermopathy, ophthalmopathy and dermopathy were not observed in the existent clinical picture of our patient.
Graves' dermopathy results in thick, orange-peel-like skin on the shins, top of feet, or elsewhere.
Histopathologic comparison of nephrogenic fibrosing dermopathy and scleromyxedema.