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Etiology13

HaneyGenPathC13-08

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the cause of this disease is unknown but appears to be genetically determined. psoriasis
this disease may be an autoimmune disease psoriasis
this condition most frequently results following ingestion of certain foods such as shellfish or berries urticaria
this condition may result from allergic reactions to insect stings or animal dander urticaria
heat, cold, water, and sunlight may be predisposing factors of this condition urticaria
the cause of acne vulgaris is unknown true
this condition may result as a consequence of certain systemic illnesses, endocrine disorders, nutritional problems, and certain forms of dermatitis alopecia
this disease is usually caused by Streptococcus or Staphylococcus bacteria impetigo
predisposing factors of this condition include poor hygiene, malnutrition, and anemia impetigo
caused by the infection by Staphylococcus bacteria furuncles
caused by the infection by Staphylococcus bacteria carbuncles
this condition is caused by an infestation of lice feeding on the human blood pediculosis
These lesions are caused by impairment of the blood supply to the affected area as a result of persistent pressure against the surface of the skin decubitus ulcers
this infection is transmitted from direct contact with a fungus or its spores dermatophytoses
condition caused by pressure or friction from ill-fitting shoes or orthopedic deformities corns
condition caused by pressure or friction from ill-fitting shoes or orthopedic deformities calluses
individuals who expose their skin to repeated trauma such as string instrument players are prone to this condition calluses
caused by infection from one of the five papilloma viruses warts
the cause of discoid lupus erythematosus is unknown true
an idiopathic disease in which emotional stress may precipitate seborrheic dermatitis
an acute skin condition caused by direct contact with a various irritant contact dermatitis
these lesions are caused by the herpes simplex virus type 1 cold sores
these lesions are caused by the herpes simplex virus type 1 fever blisters
this condition is caused by a reactivation of the varicella-zoster virus, the same virus that causes chickenpox shingles
can be caused by repeated overexposure to the sun's ultraviolet rays, chronic skin irritation, and exposure to carcinogens skin carcinomas
Created by: amandaa91