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8,443 Possible Causes for Adenoid Hypertrophy, Headache, Headache Exacerbated by Moving

  • Acute Sinusitis

    Anatomic variations include tonsillar and adenoid hypertrophy, deviated septum, nasal polyps and cleft palate.[] The patient experienced photophobia, fever, headache, nausea and vomiting. Frontal sinusitis with intracranial abscess was diagnosed on imaging.[] . • The nasopharynx should be assessed for postnasal drip and obstruction caused by adenoid hypertrophy, choanal atresia, malignancy, polyps, and septal deviation. • Nasal[]

  • Bacterial Meningitis

    Although not previously reported, radiofrequency diathermy for adenoid hypertrophy can be considered a risk factor for bacteremia and meningitis.[] A 48 year-old healthy female visited our hospital with strong headache, fever, bilateral hyperemia, and blurred vision in both eyes.[] The patient presented with back pain and urinary retention and this was followed by the development of headache, photophobia and a left VIth nerve palsy.[]

  • Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension

    Midface hypoplasia in combination with adenoid and tonsil hypertrophy can lead to obstructive sleep apnea. Chronic otitis media can lead to hearing problems.[] Continuous medication may result in “low” pressure headaches, which are initiated or exacerbated by moving from the lying position to sitting or standing.[] Common causes of headache in the puerperium are migraine headache and tension headache; other causes include pre-eclampsia/eclampsia, post-dural puncture headache, cortical[]

  • Food Allergy

    Her vomiting, which was preceded by objective torque vertigo, headache and weakness, had been recurring with constant frequency every two months since she was 3 years old.[] While not life-threatening, symptoms can be severe and range from gastrointestinal distress, headache and chronic fatigue.[] Itching Urticaria (Hives) Angioedema Dermatitis Musculoskeletal Joint Pain Low Back Pain Auto – Immune Rheumatoid Arthritis Systemic Lupus Multiple Sclerosis Neurological Headache[]

    Missing: Adenoid Hypertrophy
  • Migraine

    What is a migraine headache? A migraine headache is a type of headache that tends to recur in an individual and causes moderate to severe pain.[] headache as outlined by the International Headache Society.[] […] in the frequency and severity of their headaches unless lifestyle modifications are made.[]

    Missing: Adenoid Hypertrophy
  • Epidural Hematoma

    BACKGROUND: Sub-acute/chronic epidural hematoma (EDH) may present with nagging symptoms of headache, nausea, vomiting, lethargy, etc.[] The most important symptoms of an EDH are: Confusion Dizziness Drowsiness or altered level of alertness Enlarged pupil in one eye Headache (severe) Head injury or trauma followed[] A 67-year-old woman complaining of a headache presented with a history of head trauma for the past 1 hour.[]

    Missing: Adenoid Hypertrophy
  • Meningioma

    This 38-year-old man presented with severe sudden-onset headache and relapsing and remitting vision loss.[] He has been free from headaches since one month after the surgery.[] She had continued left-sided headaches but no longer complained of visual changes.[]

    Missing: Adenoid Hypertrophy
  • Postconcussive Syndrome

    By definition, headache that develops within 1 wk after head trauma (or within 1 wk after regaining consciousness) is referred to as posttraumatic headache (PTH).[] Soldiers With Post‐Traumatic Headache, Headache: The Journal of Head and Face Pain, 53, 10, (1564-1572), (2013). Frances Cammack and Edward A.[] Headaches, dizziness, fatigue, emotional instability, anxiety, sleep disturbances and an overall decreased quality of life are described as the most important complaints.[]

    Missing: Adenoid Hypertrophy
  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

    —The headache accompanying acute carbon monoxide poisoning is extremely variable in nature. “Classic” throbbing, diffuse headaches were rarely described by patients.[] The headache accompanying acute carbon monoxide poisoning is extremely variable in nature. "Classic" throbbing, diffuse headaches were rarely described by patients.[] Occult CO poisoning may be an important cause of winter headache.[]

    Missing: Adenoid Hypertrophy
  • Post Traumatic Headache

    Even though between 30% and 90% of patients develop post-traumatic headache, post-traumatic headache remains a very controversial disorder.[] Demographic data, diagnostic criteria of headache disorders, occurrence of headache after head injury and headache phenotypes were collected.[] […] diagnostic criteria of the primary headaches in The International Headache Classification 2nd Edition, and compared with the 1st Edition.[]

    Missing: Adenoid Hypertrophy

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