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Glossary for Soft tissue symptoms

Medical terms related to Soft tissue symptoms or mentioned in this section include:

  • Abdominal Cancer: Growth of abnormal cells (tumour) affecting the organs in the abdominal cavity; may be due to primary growth of a tumour or spread from another tumour (metastases, secondary tumour)
  • Accumulation of adipose tissue: excess deposition of fat in the body.
  • Accumulation of cervicodorsal fat: fat accumulation in the cericodorsal region.
  • Acne: Pimples and blackheads on the skin
  • Acne Vulgaris: Another term for the common skin disorder called acne. Acne may occur just about anywhere on the body but is most common on the face, neck and back. The condition may be mild with just a few small spots or severe where large painful cysts develop. Acne generally results from dead skin blocking skin pores which results in infection.
  • Aleukemic leukemia cutis: A rare form of leukemia where the skin is involved before the leukemic cells appear in the blood. It is usually an early sign of leukemia.
  • Alveolar Hydatid Disease: Rare multi-organ tapeworm infection caught from animals.
  • Autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease: Genetic kidney disease causing kidney cysts.
  • Bacillaceae Infections: Infection with bacteria from the Bacillaceae family. Bacillaceae infection can cause a variety of diseases depending on the specific bacteria involved e.g. anthrax, tetanus, botulism.
  • Body skin hyperlaxity due to vitamin K-dependent coagulation factor deficiency: A rare inherited connective tissue disorder caused by a deficiency of a blood coagulation factor.
  • Bone crepitation: Bone crepitation is a palpable vibration or an audible crunching sound that results when one bone grates or rubs against another.
  • Breast nodules: also known as breast lump, is a common but alarming presentation
  • Calcinosis cutis: Deposit of calcium in the skin tissues. The deposits can result from skin that has suffered damage, inflammation, cancer or necrosis. It can also occur when there is abnormal calcium and phosphate metabolism within the body such as occurs when there are high blood calcium and/or phosphate levels. In other cases, it occurs for no apparent reason. One or more lesions may be present and the size and severity can vary considerably depending on the underlying cause. Some cases are benign and pose no problem.
  • Cataract, alopecia, sclerodactyly: A rare disorder characterized by cataracts, lack of hair and skin changes in the hands and feet.
  • Chromosome 15q duplication syndrome: A rare chromosomal disorder involving an extra copy of genetic material from the long arm of chromosome 15. The type and severity of symptoms are determined by the amount and location of the duplicated genetic material.
  • Chromosome 15q, trisomy: A rare chromosomal disorder involving an extra copy of genetic material from the long arm of chromosome 15. The type and severity of symptoms are determined by the amount and location of the duplicated genetic material.
  • Claudication pain: Pain that occurs in the legs when walking or exercising. It is usually the result of circulation problems which affects the flow of blood to the leg muscles. In severe cases, the pain may persist even when the patient is inactive.
  • Claviceps purpurea poisoning: Claviceps purpurea is a type of fungus that can contaminate grains such as rye, wheat, oats and barely. Ingestion of contaminated foods can cause poisoning with the severity of symptoms varying depending on the amount consumed.
  • Congenital hypotrichosis milia: A rare inherited disorder characterized by reduced hair from birth and the development of numerous milia which tend to disappear by adolescence. The milia occur on the face, chest, armpits and genital area.
  • Connective tissue bleeding: Bleeding involving the connective tissue of the body.
  • Connective tissue blister: Blisters involving the connective tissue of the body.
  • Connective tissue bruise: Bruises involving the connective tissue of the body.
  • Connective tissue coldness: Abnormal sensation of coldness involving the connective tissue of the body.
  • Connective tissue deformity: Malformations or distortion of the connective tissue of the body.
  • Connective tissue infection: Infection of the connective tissue of the body.
  • Connective tissue itch: Itching sensation due to inflammation of the connective tissue of the body.
  • Connective tissue numb: Abnormal sensation of numbness in the connective tissue of the body.
  • Connective tissue pain: Pain due to inflammation of the connective tissue of the body.
  • Connective tissue rash: Rash involving connective tissue of the body.
  • Connective tissue redness: Rdness of the connective tissue of the body - usually due to inflammation or infection.
  • Connective tissue sensitive: Abnormal sensations of the connective tissue of the body.
  • Connective tissue spasm: Involuntary contractions of the muscles in the connective tissue.
  • Connective tissue stiff: Stiffness of the connective tissue of the body.
  • Connective tissue swelling: Swelling of the connective tissue of the body.
  • Connective tissue tingling: Abnormal sensation of tingling involving the connective tissue of the body.
  • Connective tissue weakness: Weakness of the connective tissue of the body.
  • Crepitus: A grinding sound made by the movement of 2 rough surfaces of bone over one another.
  • Cysticercosis: An infectious disease caused by the pork tapeworm Taenia solium. If the larvae are ingested then a mild or asymptomatic tapeworm infection occurs. However, ingested eggs pass into the bloodstream where they can then enter various tissues and form the cysts that characterize cysticercosis.
  • Cysts: Fluid-filled lump under the skin often produced by over-secreting gland
  • Dandy Walker syndrome recessive form: A rare recessively inherited brain malformation where a cyst develops in the brain which can interfere with the drainage of cerebrospinal fluid and lead to hydrocephalus. The severity of the condition is variable and symptoms tend to only occur if the fluid builds up inside the skull.
  • Demodicidosis: A parasitic infection caused by the Demodex mite (Demodex folliculorum and Demodex brevis) which normally live harmlessly in hair follicles especially on the facial area. The mite can cause symptoms in immunocompromised people.
  • Dressler (D.)syndrome: A rare autoimmune blood disorder where erythrocytes are destroyed suddenly after exposure to cold (usually 15°C or lower).
  • Dropsy: swelling of the soft tissues due to collection of water
  • Dry Gangrene: Tissue death (necrosis) due to lack of blood supply causing the affected tissue to become dry and black; occurs without bacterial infection and cellulitis.
  • Dull sounds: presence of a solid mass under the surface.
  • Dullness on percussion: dull note on percussion
  • Dystrophic calcinosis cutis: Deposit of calcium in the skin tissues resulting from some type of damage to the skin e.g. trauma, inflammation, cancer, necrosis. One or more lesions may be present and the size and severity can vary.
  • Epididymal nodules: presence of nodules in the epididymis
  • Erythema elevatum diutinum: A rare chronic skin disorder characterized by skin nodules and plaques near joints and on the back of the hands and feet.
  • Fibrocystic breast disease: A condition characterized by the formation of fibrocystic lesion in the breasts
  • Fibrocystic breasts: The development of benign fluid-filled cysts in the breasts as well as scar-like tissue. The cysts can make breast cancer examinations more difficult.
  • Fibrotic lump: lump in the breast
  • Formation of necrosis: death of tissue
  • Frostbite: damage to skin, soft tissues and blood vessels due to extreme cold
  • Gangrene: Death (necrosis) of a portion of tissue or entire organ due to decreased perfusion with blood or infectious destruction of tissue.
  • Gas gangrene: Infection of deep tissues with anaerobic bacteria due to introduction of bacteria through a penetrating injury such as a battlefield or surgical wound; the bacterial kill the surrounding tissues and release gas within the tissues.
  • Granuloma inguinale: Granulomous disease spread sexually.
  • Granulomatous infection:
  • Hashimoto-Pritzker syndrome: A rare harmless skin disorder characterized by the accumulation of histiocytes (infection-fighting cells) in the skin which forms nodules. The condition occurs at birth or soon after and resolves spontaneously within a month.
  • Head symptoms: Symptoms affecting the head or brain
  • Hemangioblastoma: A benign tumor that tends to occur in the central nervous system such as the brain and spinal cord. The tumor arises from the stem cells that develop into blood vessels or blood cells (hemangioblasts). Symptoms vary depending on the exact location and size of the tumor.
  • Hernia: General term for an organ protruding where it should not.
  • Hypopigmented lesions in children: Hypopigmented lesions in children refers are sores or ulcers that are colorless or have lost color in a child.
  • Iatrogenic calcinosis cutis: Deposit of calcium in the skin tissues that occurs following surgery.
  • Idiopathic calcinosis cutis: Deposit of calcium in the skin tissues for no apparent reason. Calcium deposits are usually confined to one general area.
  • Inflammatory papules and nodules in children: Inflammatory papules and nodules in children refers to a child who has hard lumps (nodules) and small skin lesions (papules) that are irritated, red and swollen.
  • Insulin-resistance syndrome, type A: A syndrome characterized by insulin resistance resulting in distinctive skin lesions called acanthosis nigricans. It is the least severe form of insulin resistance.
  • Intussusception: intussusception is the sliding of one part of the intestine into another
  • Ivemark II: A lethal syndrome characterized by lack of spleen function as well as kidney, liver, pancreatic and heart abnormalities. The condition generally results in death within days of birth.
  • Juvenile temporal arteritis: A rare form of localized blood vessel inflammation that affects older children and young adults. The condition is harmless and any nodules that develop can be removed and do not reappear. The nodules develop in blood vessels in the temples.
  • Kaposi sarcoma: A form of cancer caused by a type of herpesvirus that occurs mainly in the skin but may also affect the lymph nodes, internal organs and mucosal areas. There are four forms of the condition: Classical Indolent form, Endemic African KS, iatrogenic KS and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome-associated KS. Symptoms depend on the extent of internal organ and lymphatic system involvement.
  • Kaposi sarcoma, Endemic African form: A form of cancer caused by a type of herpesvirus that occurs mainly in the skin but may also occur in lymph nodes, internal organs and mucosal areas. The classic type tends to occur mainly on the extremities and internal organ involvement is common in adults. An aggressive form of the condition occurs in children and also involves the lymph nodes. The condition is aggressive in children but fairly benign in adults. Symptoms depend on the extent of internal organ and lymphatic system involvement.
  • Kaposi sarcoma, acquired immunodeficiency syndrome-associated form: A form of cancer caused by a type of herpesvirus that occurs mainly in the skin but may also occur in lymph nodes, internal organs and mucosal areas. The AIDS-associated form is aggressive and tends to occur mainly on the face, genitals and lower extremities with internal organs often being involved as well. Symptoms depend on the extent of internal organ involvement.
  • Kaposi sarcoma, classical indolent form: A form of cancer caused by a type of herpesvirus that occurs mainly in the skin but may also occur in lymph nodes, internal organs and mucosal areas. The classic type tends to occur mainly on the lower legs but the lymph nodes and internal organs may rarely be involved. Symptoms depend on the extent of internal organ involvement.
  • Kaposi sarcoma, iatrogenic form: A form of cancer caused by a type of herpesvirus that occurs mainly in the skin but may also occur in lymph nodes, internal organs and mucosal areas. The iatrogenic form tends to occur mainly on the lower legs but the internal organs are often involved as well. It generally affects immunosuppressed patients and can be aggressive or fairly benign. Symptoms depend on the extent of internal organ involvement.
  • Kidney cysts: An abnormal epithelial enclosed cavity located in the kidney
  • Klippel Feil deformity conductive deafness absent vagina: A rare developmental disorder occurring only in females and characterized by skeletal and genitourinary abnormalities and small stature.
  • Laceration: refers to a sharp injury which damages the dermis of the skin
  • Leprechaunism: A very rare genetic disorder characterized by insulin resistance which leads to growth delay and endocrine system abnormalities.
  • Leprosy, susceptibility to, 1: A chronic, progressive infectious disease caused by Mycobacterium leprae which causes skin sores and also affects the eyes, mucous membranes and peripheral nerves. The range of manifestations and severity of symptoms is quite variable. Researchers have discovered a number of genetic mutations linked to an increased susceptibility to leprosy. Type 1 is linked to a defect on chromosome 10p13.
  • Leprosy, susceptibility to, 2: A chronic, progressive infectious disease caused by Mycobacterium leprae which causes skin sores and also affects the eyes, mucous membranes and peripheral nerves. The range of manifestations and severity of symptoms is quite variable. Researchers have discovered a number of genetic mutations linked to an increased susceptibility to leprosy. Type 2 is linked to a defect on chromosome 6q25.2-q27.
  • Leprosy, susceptibility to, 3: A chronic, progressive infectious disease caused by Mycobacterium leprae which causes skin sores and also affects the eyes, mucous membranes and peripheral nerves. The range of manifestations and severity of symptoms is quite variable. Researchers have discovered a number of genetic mutations linked to an increased susceptibility to leprosy. Type 3 is linked to a defect on chromosome 4q32 and 4p14.
  • Leprosy, susceptibility to, 4: A chronic, progressive infectious disease caused by Mycobacterium leprae which causes skin sores and also affects the eyes, mucous membranes and peripheral nerves. The range of manifestations and severity of symptoms is quite variable. Researchers have discovered a number of genetic mutations linked to an increased susceptibility to leprosy. Type 4 is linked to a defect on chromosome 6p21.3.
  • Leukocyte Adhesion Deficiency, Type I:
  • Leukocyte adhesion deficiency type 1: A rare inherited disorder characterized by abnormal neutrophil functioning which reduces the body's immunity. The abnormal neutrophils are unable to be transported to sites of infection due to their inability to adhere to certain blood vessel components which would normally lead them to the infection site. Infections may be life-threatening as the body is unable to destroy bacteria effectively. Type 1 LAD specifically involves a lack of receptor proteins on the neutrophil which prevents it from adhering.
  • Limited cutaneous systemic sclerosis: A rare disorder that primarily affects the skin and blood vessels. It is characterized by calcified skin deposits (C), Raynaud syndrome (R), esophageal dysfunction (E), scleroderma of the fingers and toes(S) and telengiectasia - dilated blood vessels (T).
  • Lipoid proteinosis of Urbach and Wiethe: A rare congenital lipoid storage disease where lipids, carbohydrates and proteins are deposited onto blood vessel walls and other tissues.
  • Lump: Any type of lump on the skin or body areas
  • Lymphomatoid Granulomatosis: A rare, progressive blood vessel disease where nodular lesions destroy blood vessels - lungs, skin and nervous system are mainly involved.
  • MSBD syndrome: A rare form of osteosclerosis caused by a lack of calcium in the bones.
  • MURCS Association: A rare developmental disorder occurring only in females and characterized by skeletal and genitourinary abnormalities and small stature.
  • Maceration: Maceration of the skin occurs when it is consistently wet. The skin softens, turns white, and can easily get infected with bacteria or fungi
  • Mayer-Rokitansky-Kuster-Hauser, syndrome, type 2 (MRKH type 2): A rare developmental disorder occurring only in females and characterized by skeletal and genitourinary abnormalities and small stature.
  • Metastatic calcinosis cutis: Deposit of calcium in the skin tissues that results from sme sort of connective tissue or metabolic disorder. It occurs when there is abnormal calcium and phosphate metabolism within the body such as occurs when there are high blood calcium and/or phosphate levels. Usually the deposits are widespread and frequently occur around the large joints in the body.
  • Methotrexate-associated lymphoproliferative disorders: Some patients develop lymphoproliferative disorders as a result of using methotrexate to treat autoimmune conditions.
  • Mixed sclerosing bone dystrophy: A rare form of osteosclerosis caused by a lack of calcium in the bones.
  • Morgellons Disease: A rare disorder involving a variety of skin symptoms such as unusual sensations, skin lesions and the presence of fiber-like particles in or on the skin. There is still dissension over whether this is an actual disorder or whether it is a psychotic disorder or a skin disorder. Further research is being planned.
  • Morton's neuroma: Morton's neuroma is a benign neuroma of an intermetatarsal plantar nerve, most commonly of the third and fourth intermetatarsal spaces. It is characterised by numbness and pain, relieved by removing footwear.
  • Mullerian Aplasia -- Renal Aplasia -- Cervicothoracic Somite Dysplasia: A rare developmental disorder occurring only in females and characterized by skeletal and genitourinary abnormalities and small stature.
  • Multicentric osteolysis -- nodulosis -- arthropathy: A rare syndrome characterized by joint disease, loss of bone mineral density and nodulosis.
  • Multicentric reticulohistiocytosis: A rare condition characterized by the proliferation of histiocytes (immune cells) which causes destructive arthritis and skin nodules.
  • Mycobacterium abscessus: A form of mycobacterium
  • Mycobacterium haemophilum: A form of mycobacterium
  • Necrotizing enterocolitis: A rare disease that is tends to occur in premature infants and involves inflammation and destruction of gastrointestinal tissue. It usually occurs within weeks of birth - often after the start of milk feeding. The condition can be extremely serious and even fatal.
  • Necrotizing fasciitis: A severe, progressive skin infection which causes progressive destruction of skin and underlying tissue. It is caused by certain bacteria and has a high mortality rate.
  • Nephrogenic Fibrosing Dermopathy: A rare disorder characterized by thickening and hardening of the skin as well as other symptoms. The course of the disease may be mild or aggressive and occurs in patients with underlying disorders kidney disease.
  • Nerve symptoms: Symptoms affecting the nerves
  • Nicolau syndrome: A rare complication resulting from the injection of a drug into an artery instead of the muscles where it was intended.
  • Nodule: A small area which is solid to touch
  • Nodules: Multiple small areas which are solid to touch
  • Nodulosis-arthropathy-osteolysis syndrome: A rare syndrome characterized by joint disease, loss of bone mineral density and nodulosis.
  • Nothnagel acroparesthesia: Stiffness, numbness and tingling in the extremities caused by blood vessel dilation and constriction abnormalities.
  • Ovarian cysts: Cysts which are located in the ovaries
  • Palindromic rheumatism: A rare disorder involving periodic inflammation in and around joints. Eventually, rheumatoid arthritis may develop if the condition persists.
  • Paragonimiases -- lung infection: Infection by a parasitic worm, Paragonimus westermani, which are a type of lung fluke which invade the lungs and other organs where they cause problems. Infection occurs through eating freshwater crabs and crayfish which have not been cooked sufficiently.
  • Pedunculated nodules: nodules with a peduncle
  • Penis tourniquet syndrome: Symptoms caused by putting a tight ring on the penis.
  • Peripheral vascular disease: Disease of arteries supplying the legs or sometimes arms
  • Phaeohyphomycosis: An opportunistic infection that is caused by dermatiaceous fungi
  • Pork tapeworm: A tapeworm infection that is caused from pork
  • Pott gangrene: Tissue death that usually occurs in the extremities of elderly people as a result of arterial blockages. The toes are most commonly affected.
  • Primary cutaneous CD30-positive T-cell lymphoproliferative disorders: A form of primary T-cell lymphoma of the skin which is made up of CD30-positive anaplastic lymphoid cells. The condition generally has a very good prognosis with skin lesions usually regressing on their own though relapses can be frequent.
  • Primary hyperoxaluria type 1: A rare inherited inborn metabolic disorder characterized by excessive amounts of oxalate in the urine and deposits of oxalate in the kidneys which leads to progressive kidney failure. There are two subtypes of Oxalosis, each with a different origin for the genetic defect involved. Type 1 involves a deficiency of a liver enzyme called Alanine-glyoxylate aminotransferase. Type 2 tends to cause a milder disease than type 1 with better longterm outcomes.
  • Pseudoxanthoma elasticum, dominant form: A very rare dominantly inherited disorder affecting elastic tissues in the body. The skin, eyes and heart blood vessels can be affected.
  • Pseudoxanthoma elasticum, recessive form: A very rare recessively inherited disorder affecting elastic tissues in the body. The skin, eyes and heart blood vessels can be affected.
  • Pulsating mass: a mass around the umbilicus pulsating in nature.
  • Pyoderma Gangrenosum: A rare inflammatory skin disorder characterized by small red bumps or blisters which eventually become ulcerated.
  • Renal-hepatic-pancreatic dysplasia -- Dandy Walker cyst: A very rare syndrome involving abnormal development of the kidneys, liver and pancreas as well as a brain cyst called a Dandy-Walker cyst.
  • River Blindness: Skin and eye infection caused by the helminth (worm) 'Onchocerca volvulus', transmitted via fly bites and usually seen only in parts of Africa, the Middle East and South America
  • Rocky Mountain spotted fever: A bacterial disease caused by Rickettsia rickettsii and transmitted by ticks. The condition causes fever and a characteristic rash and may be fatal in severe or untreated cases.
  • Rombo syndrome: A very rare syndrome characterized mainly by hair anomalies and skin problems.
  • Sensations: Changes to sensations or the senses
  • Sepsis: The presence of microorganisms in the blood circulation
  • Seronegative Arthritis: Classification given to the group of joint conditions with similar features to rheumatoid arthritis, but affecting different joints and lacking the specific autoantibodies used to identify rheumatoid arthritis
  • Situs inversus totalis with cystic dysplasia of kidneys and pancreas: A rare syndrome where the position of the internal organs of the chest and abdomen is transposed. In addition there are kidney and pancreatic abnormalities.
  • Skin bumps: Bumps or lumps on the skin.
  • Skin nodules: The occurrence of nodules that are located on the skin
  • Skin symptoms: Symptoms affecting the skin.
  • Skin-colored papules and nodules in children: Skin-colored papules and nodules in children are bumps on the skin that are the same color as skin.
  • Small, unstable nodules: nodules are usually hard, spherical structure which may appear on tendons and muscles
  • Soft Tissue Disorders: Disease of the soft tissues (muscle, fat, fibrous tissues, etc.)
  • Soft tissue disorder: Any disorder that affects the soft tissues
  • Spondylocostal dysostosis, Dandy-Walker: A rare syndrome characterized mainly by rib and spine abnormalities as well as the Dandy-Walker anomaly (brain cyst).
  • Steven Johnson syndrome: is a life threatening condition which separates the epidermis of the skin from the dermis
  • Stevens Johnson syndrome: A rare but serious condition involving inflammation and blistering of the skin and mucous membranes. It is believed to be an allergic reaction that can occur in response to some drugs or infectious diseases.
  • Subcutaneous crepitation: occurs due to presence of air in the subcutaneous tissue
  • Subcutaneous crepitation in the chest wall: occurs due to presence of air in the subcutaneous tissue of the chest wall
  • Subcutaneous crepitation in the clavicular fossa: occurs due to presence of air in the subcutaneous tissue of the clavicular fossa
  • Subcutaneous crepitation in the neck: occurs due to presence of air in the subcutaneous tissue of the neck
  • Subcutaneous crepitation of the eyelid and orbit: due to trauma
  • Subcutaneous crepitation of the upper trunk: occurs due to presence of air in the trunk
  • Syringomyelia: Spinal cord cysts
  • T-cell lymphoma 1A: T-cell lymphoma 1A is a type of cancer that has genetic origins. The genetic defect is located on chromosome 14q32.1. The anomaly is usually implicated in t-cell prolymphocytic leukemia. The cancer is usually aggressive and tends to target the blood, bone marrow, lymph nodes, liver, spleen and skin. The cancer is generally quite rare and tends to occur in people over the age of 30.
  • Testicular nodules: palpatory finding of nodules on palpation of the testis
  • Thickened, lobulated overgrowth of epithelial connective tissue: skin that is chafed, roughened, or removed by friction
  • Thickened, lobulated overgrowth of sebaceous glands: large, bulbous, ruddy appearance of the nose caused by granulomatous infiltration.
  • Tibia absent -- polydactyly -- arachnoid cyst: A very rare syndrome characterized mainly by extra fingers, an absent shinbone and a brain cyst.
  • Tissue destruction: destruction of the tissues is seen in conditions such as
  • Tissue hypoxia: inadequate blood supply to a a particular body part
  • Tissue ischemia: lack of blood supply which leads to dysfunction of the tissue part involved
  • Tissue wasting: wasting of the body tissues is seen in certain conditions
  • Trichinosis: Worm infection usually caught from pigs
  • Trichosporon: A genus of fungi that are normal flora of the respiratory and digestive tract
  • Tungiasis: A skin disease caused by a parasitic sand flea called Tunga penetrans which is found in the tropical parts of Africa. The female flea burrows into the skin (usually the feet) and causes localized itching and then pain. Usually the condition resolves itself but severe infestation can cause deformity and there is a risk of secondary infection and tetanus.
  • Uncomplicated cellulitis:
  • Urinoma: a cyst filled with urine
  • Wegener's granulomatosis: A rare disease involving blood vessel inflammation which can affect the blood flow to various tissues and organs and hence cause damage. The respiratory system and the kidneys are the main systems affected.
  • Well-delineated nodule: a well delineated breast nodule can be felt in the following conditions
  • Wells syndrome: A rare disorder affecting the skin and characterized by a flame-shaped patch of raised red skin which eventually undergoes changes such as blistering and altered color.
  • Wet Gangrene: Tissue death (necrosis) due to bacterial infection, producing a cellulitis in areas adjacent to necrotic tissue
  • Yaws: A rare infections disease caused by the spiral-shaped bacteria Treponema pertenue. The disease consists of three phases: skin lesions are followed by bone, joint and widespread skin symptoms and finally by inflammation and destruction of cartilage in the nose, pharynx and palate. Transmission can be through direct contact with infected skin, insect bites or sex.

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