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Natural Scleroderma Relief

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Erythropoietic protoporphyria

Perioral furrowing, and aged-appearing, thickened, or hyperkeratotic skin of the dorsal hands with sustained, more intense, or frequent exposures, waxy scleroderma-like induration and or weather-beaten or cobblestone textures of the face and dorsal aspects of hands progressive liver failure in rare instances, with hepatosplenomegaly and jaundice

Clinical manifestation

Type III very similar to type I, but onset within the first 2 years of life Type IV occurs in prepubertal children sharply demarcated areas of follicular hyperkeratosis and erythema of the knees and elbows, without progression Type V most cases of familial disease belong to this group early onset and chronic course prominent follicular hyper-keratosis scleroderma-like changes on the palms and soles infrequent erythema Type VI HIV-associated nodulocystic and pustular acneiform lesions resistant to standard treatments but sometimes responds to antiretroviral therapies

What the clinician needs to know about chronic renal disease

Women with normal or only mildly decreased prepreg-nancy renal function (Scr < 125 mol l) usually have a successful obstetric outcome, and pregnancy does not appear to adversely affect the course of their disease. There are exceptions with most strongly advising against pregnancy in women with scleroderma and periarteritis nodosa. A few express reservations when the underlying renal disorder is lupus nephropathy, membranoprolif-erative glomerulonephritis, and perhaps IgA and reflux nephropathies. Periarteritis nodosa Scleroderma scleroderma can occur during pregnancy and post-partum Depending on original reason for surgery, there may be other malformations of the urogenital tract. Urinary tract infection is common during pregnancy and renal function may undergo reversible decrease. No significant obstructive problem, but Caesarean section might be necessary for abnormal presentation or to avoid disruption of the continence mechanism if artificial sphincters or neourethras are...

Specific cardiac conditions

Pulmonary vascular disease whether secondary to a reversed large left-to-right shunt such as a ventriculo-septal defect (VSD), (Eisenmenger's syndrome) or to lung or connective tissue disease (e.g. scleroderma) or due to primary pulmonary hypertension is extremely dangerous in pregnancy and women known to have significant pulmonary vascular disease should be advised from an early age to avoid pregnancy and be given appropriate contraceptive advice. Maternal mortality is 40 13 .

Effects on Particular Organs or Organ Systems

The skin suffers toxic effects itself, including cancer, primary irritation, allergic reactions, hair loss, pigment disturbances, ulceration, and chloracne. Dermatitis is an inflammation of the dermis. Irritant contact dermatitis and allergic dermatitis can both be caused by exposure to chemicals and produce similar symptoms, including hives, rashes, blistering, eczema, or skin thickening. The difference between them is that a true allergy takes time to develop, typically at least two weeks whereas irritation does not require a previous exposure. For example, no one reacts to poison ivy when first exposed. Only after a second or subsequent exposure does the itchy rash develop.

Detecting Relapse

Currently, the recommended follow-up for local recurrence is involves routine clinical examination and mammography at least every 2 years. Ultrasonography and core biopsy are used to confirm the diagnosis of recurrence. In the first 6 months after surgery, mammograms show a general increased density, architectural distortion, skin thickening, asymmetric densities, dystrophic calcification and features of fat necrosis (Sickles and Herzog 1981 Paulus 1984 Krishnamurthy et al. 1999). Mam-mographic changes are most helpful in suggesting recurrence 6 months to 1 year later after surgery. It is well recognised that features of scar tissue can mimic those of recurrent cancer on mammography (Stomper et al. 1987) and, therefore, any increase in the extent of the post-surgical abnormality or the development of a mass within the area of distortion must be regarded as suspicious. The overall positive predictive value of cancer detection in the treated breast using mammography is thought to be...

Surgical Treatment

And continuous technical improvements were made and indications extended. Recently, good results have been reported in patients with fecal incontinence caused by scleroderma, partial spinal cord injury, idiopathic sphincter degeneration, and low anterior resection of the rectum 34, 35 . Current data show that sacral nerve modulation (SNM) is a successful treatment for fecal incontinence, featuring a 70-80 success rate and an overall complication (minor) rate of 5-10 in a recent review by Kenefick and Christiansen 36 and Jarrett et al. 37 .