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Table 1 Reported causes of secondary erythromelalgia[2]

From: An Egyptian child with erythromelalgia responding to a new line of treatment: a case report and review of the literature

Myeloproliferative diseases and blood disorders Drugs
Essential thrombocythemia Cyclosporine
Polycythemia vera Verapamil
Myelodysplastic syndrome Nicardipine
Pernicious anemia Nifedipine
Thrombotic and immunologic thrombocytopenic purpuras Norephedrine
Bromocriptine and pergolide
Infectious diseases Connective tissue diseases
Human immunodeficiency virus Systemic lupus erythematosus
Hepatitis B vaccine Vasculitis
Influenza vaccine Neoplastic
Infectious mononucleosis Paraneoplastic syndrome
Pox virus Astrocytoma
Neuropathic Malignant thymoma
Diabetic neuropathy Others
Peripheral neuropathies Mushroom ingestion
Neurofibromatosis Mercury poisoning
Riley–day syndrome
Multiple sclerosis