What were the symptoms associated with Weber-Christian disease in you or someone you know?
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What are other symptoms of Weber-Christian disease?
Weber-Christian disease can also cause symptoms other than in the skin,
such as fever, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, weight loss, and joint pain.
Occasionally, inflammation occurs in other organs of the body to cause
heart, lung, kidney, liver, and/or spleen problems. Liver involvement may first cause abdominal pain. The skin symptoms provide perhaps the most important clue to the diagnosis of Weber-Christian
syndrome. Overall, symptoms with this syndrome may come and go, and relapses are common.