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Hyperpigmented patches of skin and Lower leg swelling and Vesicular rash

  • Hyperpigmented patches of skin AND Lower leg swelling AND Vesicular rash - Causes of All Symptoms
  • Hyperpigmented patches of skin OR Lower leg swelling OR Vesicular rash - 89 causes

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    1. Eczema
     Eczema is a chronic skin condition characterized by skin inflammation and irritation. The severity of extent of the condition is highly variable. It may be caused by allergies, irritants or other factors such as stress....read more »

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Results: 89 causes of Hyperpigmented patches of skin OR Lower leg swelling OR Vesicular rash

    1. Acanthosis nigricans
     It is a brown to black, poorly defined, velvety hyperpigmentation of the skin usually present in the posterior and lateral folds of the neck, the axilla, groin, umbilicus and other areas....more »
    2. Acrodermatitis Enteropathica
     A rare inherited malabsorption disorder where the body is unable to absorb zinc in adequate quantities....more »
    3. Acromegaloid, Cutis Verticis Gyrata, Corneal Leukoma Syndrome
     A rare condition characterized by the association of acromegaly, cutis verticis gyrate and corneal leukoma....more »
    4. Acromelanosis
     A birth anomaly where there is patches of increased pigmentation in the ends of the fingers and toes. The pigmentation may spread to surrounding areas of skin....more »
    5. Addison's Disease
     A rare progressive hormonal disorder characterized by insufficient production of certain hormones called adrenal corticosteroids....more »
    6. Antithrombin Deficiency
     Antithrombin deficiency refers the deficiency or impaired activity of a substance that inactivates enzymes involved in blood coagulation. Antithrombin prevents the blood from clotting too readily and if its activity is impaired then the blood becomes more...more »
    7. Antithrombin Deficiency, type I
     Type I Antithrombin deficiency refers the deficiency of a substance that inactivates enzymes involved in blood coagulation. Antithrombin prevents the blood from clotting too readily and if there are insufficient quantities of it then the blood becomes mor...more »
    8. Antithrombin Deficiency, type II
     Type II Antithrombin deficiency refers the malfunction of a substance that inactivates enzymes involved in blood coagulation. Antithrombin prevents the blood from clotting too readily and if it is unable to function properly then the blood becomes more pr...more »
    9. Athlete's foot
     Fungal skin condition typically of feet or toes....more »
    10. Atopic dermatitis 1
     Atopic dermatitis is a skin disorder characterized by chronic inflammation and itching. Dry, red, itchy patches of skin tend to develop most often in the folds of the arms and knees, wrists, face and hands. Atopic dermatitis often runs in a family which m...more »

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