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69 Possible Causes for Anosmia, Dry Cough, Increased Susceptibility to Infections

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    […] to infection.[] Some studies suggest loss of the sense of smell (anosmia) associated with the use of this over the counter product.[] Subjects with dry cough (n 14) had lower C5 values during infection than both baseline and recovery, and lower C2 values during infection than recovery; in these subjects,[]

  • Asthma

    susceptibility to and morbidity from respiratory infection.[] No Article Media No Metrics Keywords: AERD ; NSAID ; anosmia ; aspirin sensitivity ; aspirin-exacerbated respiratory disease ; asthma ; burden of disease ; chronic rhinosinusitis[] Despite the patient presenting asthma characteristics (expiratory wheezing, dry cough, partial reversibility at post bronchodilator test) and asthma medication alleviating[]

  • Influenza

    Transmission rates, measured as the percentage of susceptible hosts infected, were found to increase at lower RH.[] The dry cough and fatigue of influenza can last two to three weeks. Signs that influenza is getting worse include fever, shaking chills, and shortness of breath.[] Increased recognition of swine influenza infections may have been a matter of increased surveillance, number of susceptible humans, or swine virus transmissibility.[]

  • Viral Upper Respiratory Tract Infection

    Consequently, external agents such as allergens and pollutants that damage airway epithelium could increase susceptibility to infection and/or lead to more-severe infections[] Clinical symptoms include nasal congestion and obstruction, purulent nasal discharge, maxillary tooth pain, facial pain or pressure, fever, fatigue, cough, hyposmia or anosmia[] Other symptoms include sore throat, dry mouth, cough, posttussive emesis, hyposmia, and fatigability.[]

  • Acute Respiratory Infection

    susceptibility.[] Clinical symptoms include nasal congestion and obstruction, purulent nasal discharge, maxillary tooth pain, facial pain or pressure, fever, fatigue, cough, hyposmia or anosmia[] Symptoms commonly include fever, shivering, chills, malaise, dry cough, loss of appetite, body aches, and nausea, typically in connection with a sudden onset of illness.[]

  • Common Cold

    susceptibility to infections.[] People with anosmia may not be able to smell smoke, a gas leak, or spoiled food, for example. Anosmia is often associated with a loss of sense of taste, or ageusia.[] cough, cough with expectoration) and comprising all 11 symptoms were analysed.[]

  • Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome

    Culturing primary human alveolar type II cells at an air-liquid interface (A/L) improved their differentiation and greatly increased their susceptibility to infection, allowing[] Her anosmia persisted for more than 2 years during following up.[] cough, and patchy infiltrates on chest X-ray.[]

  • Toluene Diisocyanate Toxicity

    This may result in increasing one's susceptibility to upper respiratory infections such as chronic bronchitis.[] […] neuropsychosis and cerebral and cerebellar degeneration with the following [3] : Ataxia Seizures Choreoathetosis Optic and peripheral neuropathies Decreased cognitive ability Anosmia[] In addition, since lung capacity may be reduced and the heart has to work harder, there may be an increased risk of cardiovascular or heart problems.[]

  • Sinusitis

    Sometimes a deviated septum, broken nose, or growths such as nasal polyps can make you more susceptible to sinus infections.[] Symptoms of acute sinusitis include increased pressure in the sinuses, anosmia (loss of smell), worsening of nasal congestion, thick discolored nasal discharge, fatigue, development[] McKenna says young babies and toddlers who have that tight, dry cough during the day should see a doctor. Dr. Mahaffey and Dr.[]

  • Cadmium Poisoning

    However, no data are available linking these effects to increased susceptibility to infection or other secondary dysfunctions.[] Similar to zinc, long term exposure to cadmium fumes can cause life long anosmia. Inside cells, cadmium ions act as a catalytic hydrogen peroxide generator.[] Later on you may experience some of these toxic cadmium inhalation symptoms: dyspnea sweating shivering coughing arthralgia wheezing dry throat headache chest pain pneumonitis[]

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