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398 Possible Causes for Acute Laryngitis, Weight Loss

  • Otitis Media

    A previously healthy 77-year-old Japanese man presented with a 2-week history of daily fevers peaking at 38 C, chills, hearing loss, and almost 10 kg of unintentional weight[] […] for laryngitis Acute laryngitis usually gets better within 7 days without treatment, as your body’s immune system can usually take care of the infection by itself.[] loss over 2 months.[]

  • Carcinoma of the Larynx

    Weight loss. Unintentional weight loss may signal an underlying cancer.[] […] or chronic laryngitis Benign vocal cord lesions such as polyps, nodules, and papillomas Tuberculosis or fungal infection of the larynx Clinical Findings The initial presenting[] Symptoms of these cancers may include: A sore throat that does not go away Constant coughing Pain when swallowing Trouble swallowing Ear pain Trouble breathing Weight loss[]

  • Adenovirus Infection

    In this model, acute infection correlated with high mortality, weight loss, liver pathology, and expression of viral proteins in several organs.[] Symptoms and Types Typical symptoms of adenovirus infection include: Weight loss Diarrhea Weakness Depression Unfortunately, some animals may die so quickly that these clinical[]

  • Foreign Body

    Laparoscopic adjustable gastric band (LAGB) has weight loss and associated obesity-related disease benefits.[] This case report presents an adult with ingestion of an intact plastic fork with acute laryngeal and cervical esophageal obstruction.[]

  • Tonsillar Abscess

    Weight Loss in Children: How to Lose Weight for Kids.[] Acute laryngitis may be caused by overuse of the voice allergies irritating dust or smoke hot or. Mucinex Fast-Max Cold Flu Sore Throat 14.49.[] […] of appetite/weight loss ain fog heart ( never ever had an allergy to anything) why my severe sore throat ear pain tonsillar ring waldeyers throat would swell up my. including[]

  • Cough

    He also denied any fevers, chills, or weight loss.[] , sinusitis or whooping cough a lower respiratory tract infection (LRTI) that affects your lungs or lower airways – examples are acute bronchitis or pneumonia an allergy[] She denied hemoptysis or weight loss, and there had been no change in medication or foreign travel. She had no history of latent tuberculosis or sick contacts.[]

  • Pharyngitis

    In more severe cases, there may be weight loss or slow weight gain.[] Investigators assessed symptoms specific to acute pharyngitis/laryngitis and determined the pharyngitis symptom score.[] Laryngitis is an inflammation of the larynx (voice box), usually caused by a viral infection or a bacterial infection.[]

  • Vasculitis

    A previously healthy 77-year-old Japanese man presented with a 2-week history of daily fevers peaking at 38 C, chills, hearing loss, and almost 10 kg of unintentional weight[] Acute laryngeal edema can be life-threatening.[] Symptoms may be accompanied by vision disorder, subfebrile temperature, fatigue, lack of appetite, weight loss, sweating, and joint pains.[]

  • Laryngotracheitis

    It induces significant economic losses due to high morbidity and variable mortality, drop in egg production, weight loss and susceptibility to other respiratory infections[] Billable/Specific Code Applicable To Edematous laryngitis (acute) Laryngitis (acute) NOS Subglottic laryngitis (acute) Suppurative laryngitis (acute) Ulcerative laryngitis[] Treatment of laryngotracheitis in adults Acute laryngotracheitis – a disease of the inflammatory character, combining the simultaneous defeat of the larynx (laryngitis) and[]

  • Acute Bronchitis

    May see hemoptysis and/or systemic signs such as weight loss or poor appetite. CT of chest or chest radiograph may detect lesion. Bronchoscopy may find bronchial lesion.[] Billable/Specific Code Applicable To Obstructive laryngitis (acute) NOS Obstructive laryngotracheitis NOS bronchial J20.9 Tracheitis (catarrhal) (infantile) (membranous)[] loss You’ll also want to call your doctor if you have a cough and you have: A foul-tasting fluid in your mouth (could be reflux) Fever over 100.4 F Wheezing or shortness[]

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