thyroid acropachy

thyroid acropachy

digital clubbing comprising part of the dermopathy of toxic goiter.
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The differential diagnosis includes secondary HOA, acromegaly, thyroid acropachy and syphilitic periostitis.
Hyperthyroidism causes pretibial myxedema (thickened waxy plaques occurring in up to 10% of patients and almost always with accompanying ophthalmopathy), palmar erythema, soft thickened skin, increased sweating of the hands and feet, and thyroid acropachy (clubbing of fingers or toes) in Grave's disease.