Leprosy of Lucio and Latapi with extremity livedoid
In all of the cases analyzed, a differential diagnosis was performed between EG and Warfarin-induced skin necrosis, cocaine-induced skin necrosis, calciphylaxis, septic emboli, loxoscelism, diabetic microangiopathy, disseminated intravascular coagulation, necrotizing vasculitis, paraneoplastic extensive necrotizing vasculitis, pyoderma gangrenosum, livedoid
vasculopathy, necrotizing fasciitis, and necrosis secondary to the use of vasoactive drugs.
skin necrosis (Nicolau syndrome) due to triple vaccine (DTP) injection.
For ulcerative lesions of PG, frequent differential diagnosis include infective such as necrotizing fascitis, vascular occlusive or venous disease, necrobiosis lipoidica, livedoid
vasculitis, sarcoidosis, or cutaneous malignancies such as squamous cell carcinoma and basal cell carcinoma, vasculitic processes such as Wegener's, malignancy such as lymphoma or leukemia, and pustular drug reactions.
It manifests itself by pain, edema and livedoid
skin lesions at the site of injection.
13) In addition, it has been reported that the level of IgA aCL is increased in the patients with Behcet's disease and livedoid
O donemde dis merkezde alinan biyopsi sonucunun livedoid
vaskulopati ile uyumlu oldugu ve hastaya oral prednizolon, metotreksat ve hidroksiklorokin tedavilerinin baslanildigi ogrenildi.
Of the 78 patients in the cohort who had autoimmune disease, most had rheumatoid arthritis, lupus or livedoid
vasculopathy, a type of vascular disease.
Infections Atypical mycobacteria Bacterial - Streptococcus - Staphylococcus (especially MRSA) - Lyme borreliosis - Cutaneous anthrax - Syphilis - Gonococcemia - Ricketsial disease - Tularemia Deep Fungal - Sporotrichosis - Aspergillosis - Cryptococcosis Ecthyma gangrenosum (Pseudomonas aeruginosa) Parasitic (Leishmaniasis) Viral (herpes simplex, herpes zoster (shingles)) Vascular occlusive or venous disease Antiphospholipid-antibody syndrome Livedoid
vasculopathy Small-vessel occlusive arterial disease Venous statis ulcer Necrotising vasculitis Leukocytoclastic vaculitis Polyarteritis nodosa Takayasu's arteritis Wegeners granulomatosis Neoplastic disease Leukemia cutis Lymphoma (e.
Cutaneous lesions characteristically begin as tender, violaceous, livedoid
discolorations typically on the medial thighs, the abdominal wall, or on the buttocks.
vasculitis-like ulcers were an initial skin sign in four patients.
For example: livedoid
macules, (11) an erythematous papular eruption of the extremity associated with claudication, (13) nonblanching lesions of the fingertips, (14) necrosis to the toes, (15) Raynaud's phenomenon, (16) and erythema and petechiae of the hands and feet.