Weber-christian disease: 26 reports
Weber-christian disease: A recurring inflammation of fatty layers of tissue present beneath the skin
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Drugs that could cause Weber-christian disease
Conditions that could cause Weber-christian disease
Most common Weber-christian disease symptoms
- Fever - (3 reports)
- Yersinia infection - (3 reports)
- Leukocytoclastic vasculitis - (3 reports)
- Mental disorder - (3 reports)
- Haemoglobin decreased - (2 reports)
- Urosepsis - (2 reports)
- Retinal artery embolism - (2 reports)
- Oedema peripheral - (2 reports)
- Lymphadenitis - (2 reports)
- Raynaud's phenomenon - (2 reports)
All Weber-christian disease symptomsa b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z
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