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1,717 Possible Causes for Acute Tracheitis, Burning Eyes, Periorbital Dark Circles

  • Atopy

    Abstract Lepromatous leprosy (LL) represents the highest infective and multibacillary form of leprosy. Clinical manifestations are consequent to the haematogenous spread of bacilli and include macules, plaques and nodules in a symmetric distribution or a diffuse infiltration of the skin. LL may mimic many different[…][]

    Missing: Burning Eyes
  • Smoke Inhalation Injury

    Eye irritation: Eyes may become irritated or red due to the smoke and there may even be burns on the corneas of the eyes.[] […] the lens of the eye becomes opaque and light cannot pass through Is there pain with a 4th degree burn? What kind of burns can be present with a 4th degree burn?[] It is more common for smoke to cause mild throat irritation, which is not a sign of a significant burn to the airway.[]

    Missing: Periorbital Dark Circles
  • Allergic Conjunctivitis

    Common symptoms come and go but include burning and itching of the eyes and light sensitivity.[] Symptoms Symptoms may be seasonal and can include: Intense itching or burning eyes Puffy eyelids, most often in the morning Red eyes Stringy eye discharge Tearing (watery[] Red, itchy, watery, and burning eyes are common symptoms of allergic conjunctivitis. You may also wake up in the morning with puffy eyes.[]

    Missing: Acute Tracheitis
  • Hypersensitivity

    Symptoms of EHS EHS is characterized by a collection of non-specific symptoms, such as: Skin disturbances (redness, tingling and burning sensations) Neurological issues (fatigue[] […] difficulty concentrating, dizziness) Headaches and nausea Chest pain Blood pressure changes Swollen lymph nodes Frequent infections Sleep disturbance Depression and irritability Eye[]

    Missing: Acute Tracheitis
  • Influenza

    ), acute sinusitis, acute tonsillitis, acute laryngitis and tracheitis.[] Red eyes were reported most frequently (94%) in cases of conjunctivitis, followed by tearful (77%), burning (64%), and itching (57%) eyes, and by pus in eyes (48%), photophobia[] […] or exp pneumonia/ or rhinitis/ or cough/ or exp respiratory tract infections/ or common cold/ or influenza, human/ or laryngitis/ or exp pharyngitis/ or exp sinusitis/ or tracheitis[]

    Missing: Periorbital Dark Circles
  • Hay Fever

    Some may cause side effects, such as a stinging or burning feeling in your eyes.[] An analogy is the intense burning and watering of the eyes that can occur when cutting onions.[] Itchy and watery eyes. Frequent sneezing, a bunged up or runny nose. Itching on the roof of the mouth. Coughing. Wheezing or a burning sensation in the throat.[]

    Missing: Acute Tracheitis
  • Allergic Rhinitis

    Typical symptoms extend beyond the nose to include an itchy or sore throat and itchy, burning, watery eyes that may look red due to allergic conjunctivitis.[] […] and stinging sensations in the nasal area. 1,10 Ocular Allergies If a patient is experiencing watery and itchy eyes due to allergies, ocular antihistamine products, such[] […] and therapy should be continued for at least 2 to 4 weeks to achieve optimal effect. 1 The most common adverse effect is sneezing, and other adverse effects may include burning[]

    Missing: Acute Tracheitis
  • Metal Fume Fever

    Symptoms of a more severe metal toxicity may also include a burning sensation in the body, shock, no urine output, collapse, convulsions, shortness of breath, yellow eyes[] The symptoms usually occur several hours after UX exposure and include a fueling of sand in the eyes, blurred vision, pain, tearing, burning and a headache.[] Symptoms of a more severe metal 2. toxicity may also include a burning sensation in the body, shock, no urine output, collapse, convulsions, shortness of breath, yellow eyes[]

    Missing: Periorbital Dark Circles
  • Acute Laryngitis and/or Tracheitis

    -10 Code ICD-10 Description J04.0 Acute laryngitis J04.1 Acute tracheitis J04.10 Acute tracheitis without obstruction J04.11 Acute tracheitis with obstruction J04.2 Acute[] Clinical Manifestations Strong fever and chills Redness of the head and face Swelling and burning pain of the head and face Throat dysfunction Swelling and pain of the throat[] 464.01 to ICD-10-CM 464.1 Acute tracheitis 464.10 Acute tracheitis without mention of obstruction convert 464.10 to ICD-10-CM 464.11 Acute tracheitis with obstruction convert[]

    Missing: Periorbital Dark Circles
  • Staphylococcus Aureus Infection

    MRSA infections can occur in wounds of the skin, burns or IV sites and other places where intravenous tubes enter the body, as well as in the eyes, bones, heart, and blood[]

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