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  1. DARK-PIRATE

    DARK-PIRATE Well-Known Member

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    could be myxedema
     


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    hint : the pt have renal disease
     


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    'Wooden skin', seen in nephrogenic systemic fibrosis.
     


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    nephrogenic systemic fibrosis
     


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    Nephrogenic Systemic Fibrosis
     


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    yes it's
    'Wooden' Hands

    First described in 1997, nephrogenic systemic fibrosis starts as a brown discoloration and indentation of the lower arms and legs. Very soon, the hands and feet become brown and like wood. Sometimes there's also a small yellow spot in the eye. Researchers only recently found that the gadolinium contrast agent used during MRI exams triggers this condition in some patients with kidney disease.
     

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