Allergic conjunctivitis shows pale watery swelling of the conjunctiva and sometimes the whole eyelid, often with a ropy, non-purulent mucoid discharge. There is variable redness. • Viral conjunctivitis Is often associated with an infection of the upper
While most cases of onychatrophia are attributed to the nail matrix being damaged, onychatrophia can also be caused by injury and internal diseases. Psoriasis is one of the diseases that lead to onychatrophia. Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease where red patches appear on the skin as a result of a faulty immune system. Psoriasis is actually a major cause of various nail infections. Besides psoriasis, onychatrophia is also caused by lichen planus.
Alopecia Mucinosa. Alopecia mucinosa happens when the hair loss is accompanied by the appearance of scaly patches on the skin. 6. Anagen Effluvium. Anagen effluvium is hair loss that is commonly associated with chemotherapy and with taking certain kinds of medication.
Symptoms of hand, foot, and mouth disease include fever, blister-like sores in the mouth, and skin rashes. Signs and Symptoms The disease usually starts with a fever, poor appetite, stomach sickness, and a sore throat. After the first few days after the fever begins, mouth sores may begin to develop. They are small red spots that are often blisters or ulcers in the mouth. Also, a skin rash develops over one to two days.
Characteristics of the splotches vary in color throughout skin color, however, a majority of the people affected have either reddish, pinkish or even white discolored skin. The splotches may be ring shaped and rarely have itchy raised corners. Tinea Versicolor is common among young adults .The most common areas it affects are the shoulders, back, and chest. It also may affect folds of skin, such as the crook of the arm, the skin under the breasts, or the neck. Signs and Symptoms - Signs and symptoms to watch out for Tinea Versicolor include the obvious spots of discoloration of the skin.
As the vitreous separates or peels off the retina, it may tug on the retina with enough force to create a retinal tear. Left untreated, fluid from the vitreous cavity can pass through the tear into the space behind the retina, causing the retina to become detached. PVD can cause visual symptoms. You may see flashes of sparkling lights (photopsia) when
Infectious keratitis usually begins by affecting the outer layer of the cornea, but it can go deeper into the cornea, increasing the risk of impaired vision. Non-infectious keratitis is a feature of some autoimmune diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis and Sjogren's syndrome. Trauma to the front of the eye, as may occur with poorly fitting contact lenses, surgery on the cornea (including LASIK surgery), or any other injury to the cornea may lead to keratitis. People who wear contact lenses are at increased risk for infectious keratitis. Lens wear should stop immediately if a person suspects that he or she is developing an eye infection.
Skin. Skin reactions are the most common type of food allergy reactions. They can take the form of itchy, red, bumpy rashes (hives), eczema, or redness and swelling around the mouth or face. Gastrointestinal system. Symptoms can take the form of belly cramps, nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea.
this can be complicated by hyperhidrosis, and microbial infection leading to malodorous and painful lesions . Nail anomalies are the most common associated feature and include subungal hyperkeratosis, Beau’s lines, onchyolysis, hyperconvexity, and koilonychias [22, 23]. Patients may also have disorder of the digits, including ﬁfth-ﬁnger dysplasia, tapering of the digits, contracture, knuckle pads, and pseudoainhum [22, 24, 25]. other associated features include psoriasiform lesions on the knees and elbows . perioral erythema,lower-lip angular cheilitis, arched palate [5, 24] and rarely malignant melanoma can occur within the areas of hyperkeratosis.
Ringworm skin lesions normally begin as distinctive, reddish round areas of hair loss, which may progress to reddening, thickening and loss of pigmentation to other skin areas. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention notes that rash can be dry and scaly or wet and crusty. Treatment • Infected areas must be kept clean. Treat with an over-the-counter fungal product, such as Lamasil. Prescription topical products or pills can be used to treat ringworm in severe cases.