DRESS syndrome is associated with a morbiliform skin rash.
Scaling and erythema of the oral commissures, associated with a number of nutritional deficiencies.
Scaly erythematous rash around the anogenital area, usually associated with zinc deficiency.
Red beefy tongue.
Reflex sympathetic dystrophy
Poorly understood cause of pain in a region of the body, usually starting in a limb after trauma, but the pain is disproportionate to the severity of the original injury
Characterized by pain, swelling, and characteristic changes to the skin, such as reddening with a waxy or shiny appearance.
Dermatitis and eczema are terms that denote an inflammatory reaction involving the epidermis and dermis, and are used interchangeably. There are many forms of dermatitis.
- Atopic dermatitis–The result of a complex interaction between genetic and environmental factors. Usually manifests as dry, itchy skin. Poorly defined erythematous patches, papules, and plaques, sometimes with scale.
- Allergic contact dermatitis–Caused by an antigen that triggers a type IV (cell-mediated) hypersensitivity reaction.It usually manifests as erythema and edema with superimposed papules or vesicles that are sharply demarcated, corresponding to the areas of exposure.
- Irritant contact dermatitis–Caused by a chemical irritant, usually occurring minutes or up to 24 hours after exposure. It usually manifests as erythema and/or vesiculation that are sharply demarcated, corresponding to the areas of exposure.
- Stasis dermatitis-Chronic venous insufficiency occurs when dysfunction of the venous system of the lower extremitiesleads to venous hypertension. This process most commonly develops as a result of venous valvular incompetence related to previous clinical or occult DVTs. Clinical sequelae include pain, edema, and skin changes such as telangiectasias, varicosities, hemosiderosis-related hyperpigmentation, lipodermatosclerosis (a fibrotic process involving the dermis and subcutaneous fat), and ulcerations (typically near the medial malleoli).