ORTHOPEDIC SYMPTOMS IN PUSTULAR BACTERID (PUSTULOSIS PALMARIS ET PLANTARIS): TIETZE'S SYNDROME AND ARTHRITIS OF MANUBRIOSTERNAL JOINT DUE TO FOCAL INFECTION

@article{Ishibashi1977ORTHOPEDICSI,
  title={ORTHOPEDIC SYMPTOMS IN PUSTULAR BACTERID (PUSTULOSIS PALMARIS ET PLANTARIS): TIETZE'S SYNDROME AND ARTHRITIS OF MANUBRIOSTERNAL JOINT DUE TO FOCAL INFECTION},
  author={Akira Ishibashi and Yukiko Nishiyama and Minoru Endo and Wataru Kawaji and T. Kato},
  journal={The Journal of Dermatology},
  year={1977},
  volume={4}
}
Painful orthopedic symptoms in the sternal area, such as arthritis of the manubriosternal and sternoclavicular joint or Tietze's syndrome, were found in 14 of 132 cases of pustulosis palmaris et plantaris. 

Incidence of arthro-osteitis in patients with pustulosis palmaris et plantaris

Arthro-osteitis at the anterior chest wall was found in 12 (9·4%) out of 128 consecutive patients with pustulosis palmaris et plantaris. This finding indicates that the concomitance of

SAPHO syndrome.

Characteristics of Japanese patients with pustulotic arthro‐osteitis associated with palmoplantar pustulosis: a multicenter study

Pustulotic arthro‐osteitis is a major comorbidity of palmoplantar pustulosis (PPP), which is frequently seen in Japanese patients, and a multicenter, retrospective epidemiologic survey at four university hospitals was conducted.

BONE AND JOINT LESIONS ASSOCIATED WITH PUSTULOSIS PALMARIS ET PLANTARIS

Biopsies in eight cases showed similar inflammatory changes in skin, bone and synovium, with infiltration of lymphocytes and polymorphonuclear leucocytes, suggesting that there is a common pathogenesis in the three tissues.

Pustular bacterid associated with ankylosing spondylitis.

This is the first report of PB associated with ankylosing spondylitis and supports the theory that PB is a distinct disease.

Dermatoses associated with sterile lytic bone lesions.

Four Cases of Pustulotic Arthro‐Osteitis

Pustulotic arthro‐osteitis should be considered when a patient with pustulosis palmoplantaris complains of anterior chest wall pain and other joint pain, and after treatment with non‐steroidal anti‐inflammatory drugs and etretinate or topical PUVA.

Monarticular involvement of the manubriosternal joint

Four females and two males with seronegative monoarthritis of the manubriosternal joint are reported. Two patients had pustulosis palmoplantaris, one psoriasis vulgaris, and one HLA-B27. The

Palmoplantar Pustulosis with Pustulotic Arthroosteitis Involving Temporal Osteomyelitis and Meningitis

A 46‐year‐old man who had been suffering from palmoplantar pustulosis for 3 years had anterior chest pain and left temporal pain from six months after the onset of his disease, which gave the diagnosis of temporal osteomyelitis with meningitis and myositis.

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Pustulosis Palmaris et Plantaris

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