Results for "ulcus"

Ulcus molle folliculare A57.x Dermatology
chancre miliary; Follicle chancre miliary; follicular ulcer molle; folliculitis chancrenosa; Miliary chancre; miliary follicle chancre; Ulcus molle follicular
Ulcus molle folliculare Definition Ulcus molle, which develops from perifollicular pustules with central...
Ulcus mixtum A57.x Dermatology
chancre mix; chancre mixed; inoculated syphilis; Mixed chancre; Rollet's chancre; Rolletsche disease
Ulcus mixtum History Rollet, 1865 Definition Today an unusual term for the simultaneous infection with Ha...
Mixed ulcus cruris L97.x Vascular medicine
Mixed ulcus cruris Definition Ulcus cruris in combination of chronic venous insufficiency with chronic arterial...
Ulcus cruris, neurogenic L98.4 Vascular medicine
neuropathic foot ulceration; neuropathic ulcer
Ulcus cruris, neurogenic Definition Ulcus cruris in paralysis, e.g. in paraplegia, after poliomyelitis, a...
Ulcus cruris, acute phlebitic I80.8 Vascular medicine
Ulcus cruris, acute phlebitic Definition Very painful, usually freshly formed ulcer in acute thrombophleb...
Ulcus molle elevatum A57.x Dermatology
Ulcus molle elevatum Definition Raised ulcer molle due to excessive granulation tissue at the base of the...
Ulcus molle gangraenosum A57.x Dermatology
Phaedanian chancre
Ulcus molle gangraenosum Definition Rare form of the ulcer molle with rapid necrotic decay, probably caus...
Ulcus molle serpiginosum A57.x Dermatology
Ulcus molle serpiginosum Definition Rare, arched, limited form of the ulcer molle with rapid extension to...
Ulcus molle, transitory A57.x Dermatology
Ulcus molle, transitory Definition Small volatile ulcer molle with otherwise regular course of disease.
Cytomegalovirus ulcer B25.9 Dermatology
Cytomegaly ulcus
Acutal ulcer N76.6 Dermatology
acutal ulcer; acute vulvar ulcer; Lip protection genital ulceration
...rations on the edge of the large labia, on the perineum and the small labia. Differential diagnosis Ulcus molle; M. Behçet; hand-foot-mouth disease; herpes simplex. General therapy Physical rest and bed re...
Chancre A51; A57; A66 Dermatology
Chancre
Chancre Definition Ulcerated primary effect in venereal diseases. A distinction is made between: Ulcus durum (hard chancre) Ulcus molle (soft chancre) Ulcus mixtum (mixed chancre).
Early syphilis A51.- Dermatology
Acquired lues; French disease; Lues acquired; Pleasure Disease; Syphilis; syphilis acquisita
...almost impossible today. Localization Early syphilis (primary effect):Genitals: In men the glans, sulcus coronarius and the inner foreskin leaf (see also condom chancre) are mainly affected. In women, lar...
Leg ulcer L97.x0 Vascular medicine
leg ulcer; Leg Ulcer; Lower leg ulcer
...logy:vascular diseases:Venous (see also venous diseases): venous leg ulcer postthrombotic leg ulcer Ulcus cruris, acute phlebitic Ulcus cruris mixtum.Arterial: Arterial leg ulcer hypertonic leg ulcer endan...
Molle ulcer A57.x0 Dermatology
Chancrelle; Chancre mou; Chancroéde; Chancroid; Ducrey-Unna disease; Schankroid; Soft chancre; soft sore
...urther inoculation of the ulcers on adjacent skin areas (autoinoculation) is possible.Special forms:Ulcus molle folliculareUlcus molle elevatumUlcus molle gangraenosumUlcus molle serpiginosumUlcus molle, t...
Aa table of contents A1 Dermatology
...amydiaA55 Lymphogranuloma inguinale (venereum) caused by Chlamydia trachomatis (serotypes L1-L3)A57 Ulcus molle (venereum)A58 Granuloma venereum (inguinale)A63 - Other sexually transmitted diseases not els...
Basal cell carcinoma destructive C44.L Dermatology
Epithelioma basocellulare terebrans; terebranous ulcers
...roden).When growing in depth, vital structures can be detected. This "drilling" type, also known as ulcus terebrans, can reach monstrous proportions after years of existence. Literature Sonntag M et al (20...
Calciphylaxis M83.50 Dermatology
Calcific uremic arteriolopathy; calcifying panniculitis; Calciphylaxis; Calciumphylaxis; CUA; Uremic Arteriolopathy; Uremic calcifying arteriolopathy; Uremic gangrenous syndromes
...poorly documented, flat ulcers. No renal insufficiency! Mostly clear arteriosclerosis. Sign of AVK! Ulcus cruris hypertonicum: S.u. Cholesterol embolism. Ulcus cruris venosum: Chronic, never acutely occurr...
Chronic venous insufficiency (overview) I87.2 Vascular medicine
chronic venous congestion; Chronic venous insufficiency; Chronic Venous Insufficiency; CVI; Insufficiency chronic venous; Varicose vein formation; venous insufficiency; venous insufficiency chronic of the legs
...emosiderosis, dermatosclerosis, lipodermatosclerosis, atrophie blanche, stasis dermatitisStage III: Ulcus cruris (florid or healed) Occurrence/Epidemiology Prevalence in the general population is between 3...
Liquiritiae radix Naturopathy
Glycyrrhiza glabra; Licorice; Licorice root; Radix liquiritiae. Liquorice root
...e, sucrose, flavone glycosides (e.g. liquiritin). Field of application/use Indications: Bronchitis, Ulcus ventriculi/duodeni, Aphthae.An extract of liquorice can also be successfully used for Chloasma. Dos...
Syphilis early syphilis primary effect A 51.9 Dermatology
Acquired lues; Early syphilis; French disease; Pleasure Disease; Syphilis; syphilis chancre
...mic course. Localization Predilection site is the genital region.In men, the inner preputile leaf, sulcus coronarius, more rarely the penis shaft or penis rootIn women, small and large labia, posterior com...
Venous leg ulcer I83.0 Vascular medicine
Congestion ulcer; Congestive ulcer; leg ulcer; varicose ulcer; venous ulcer
...recommended.DD. Ulcersof other genesis:arterial leg ulcerhypertonic leg ulcerMixed arterial/venous:Ulcus cruris mixtum (very common).Genetic (frequent):Factor V deficiency, congenital.Vasculitic/vasculopa...
Ambulatory venous hypertension Vascular medicine
...tension leads to the clinical picture of chronic venous insufficiency. Literature Salzmann G (2010) Ulcus cruris In: T Noppeney, H Nüllen Diagnosis and therapy of varicosis. Springer Medizin Verlag Heidelb...
Atopic dermatitis (overview) L20.- Dermatology
Asthma eczema (Jadassohn); Asthmaprurigo (Sabouraud); atopic dermatitis; Atopic eczema; Bending eczema; Besnier M.; constitutional eczema (Koch); Dermatitis atopic; Dermatitis lichenoides pruriens (Neisser); Dermatosis neurogenic; Eczema atopic; Eczema constitutional; Eczema disease (Scholl); Eczema endogenous; eczema endogenum; eczema flexuarum; endogenous eczema; exudative eczema (Schreuss); exudative eczematoid; flexular mycosis (Hebra); late exudative eczema (Rost); M. Besnier; neurodermatitis atopica; neurodermatitis constitutionalis; neurodermatitis diffusa; neurodermatitis disseminata; neurodermitic eczematoid (Stümpke); neurogenic dermatosis (Epstein); neuropathic eczema (Brill); Prurigo à forme eccemato-lichénienne (Brocq); prurigo diathésique (Besnier); Prurigo eczema (Kreibich); Prurigo Veneer
...use in inflammatory changes of the mucous membranes of the mouth and throat, poorly healing wounds, ulcus cruris. So far no systematic studies on eczema, in the prophylaxis of radiodermatitis superior to p...
Basal cell carcinoma (overview) C44.- Dermatology
basal cell carcinoma; Basal cell carcinoma; Basal cell carcinoma ulcerative; basal cell epithelioma; Basal cell epithelioma; Basalioma; basocellular epithelioma; BCC; Epithelioma metatypical of the "type mixte; Epithelioma metatypical "type intermediare; Krompecher carcinoma
...lcerated basal cell carcinoma (painless, solid ulcer, not healing)Destructive basal cell carcinoma (Ulcus terebrans: large, borderline, non-healing ulcer)Genodermatoses with basal cell carcinomas(basal cel...