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Bromoderma

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Contributors: Michael D. Tharp MD, Neil Shear MD
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Synopsis

Bromoderma (intoxication with bromides) results in verrucous cutaneous hyperplasia. It is associated with abscesses containing neutrophils and eosinophils. Gastrointestinal (GI) irritation, vomiting, weakness, restlessness, headache, ataxia, and personality changes have all been described. Bromoderma may develop more frequently in patients with renal impairment due to the long half-life of bromides.

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ICD10CM:
L27.8 – Dermatitis due to other substances taken internally

SNOMEDCT:
8007005 – Bromoderma

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Last Updated: 08/01/2017
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Bromoderma : Headache, Ataxia, Bromine compounds, Erythema, Mental status alteration, Pustule, Skin ulcer, Generalized weakness, Scaly plaques, Legs
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