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10 Possible Causes for Arrhythmias Detected Prenatally, Cough, X-Ray Abnormal

  • Asplenia Syndrome

    Electrocardiogram (ECG): This is useful in the detection of arrhythmias and other abnormalities in cardiac function Echocardiogram: This is a non-invasive imaging technique[] The chest X-ray showed no abnormalities. The computed tomography (CT) scan revealed no abnormalities of the kidneys.[] […] treatment or an appointment), wash your hands after every trip, use the antiseptic hand gel dispensers in the hospital regularly, cover your nose and mouth if you sneeze or cough[]

  • Renal Teratoma

    Although cardiac tumors can easily be detected by prenatal US at as early as 20 weeks of gestation, diagnosis requires that they are of sufficient size.[] A chest x-ray did not find abnormalities. Abdominal ultrasound examination revealed space-occupying lesions with internal cystic and solid changes in the right kidney.[] Symptoms, when present, are related to mechanical effects and include chest pain, cough, dyspnea, bronchial obstruction with post obstructive pneumonia, and rarely palpitations[]

  • Incessant Infant Ventricular Tachycardia

    Supraventricular Tachycardia SVT is the most common serious arrhythmia detected prenatally. It accounts for about 6% of referrals, as shown in Table 2.[] Fig. 3 shows the sequence of chest x-ray. The patient remained asymptomatic and tachycardia free after 2 years of follow-up.[] Sometimes the hernia will be visible only when an infant is crying, coughing or straining during a bowel movement.[]

  • Ductus Arteriosus Aneurysm

    Am J Cardiol 2000, 85: 1159-1161. 10.1016/S0002-9149(00)00718-9 View Article PubMed Google Scholar Chobot V, Hornberger L, Hagen-Ansert S, Sahn D: Prenatal detection of restrictive[] In the adult, early presentation may include laryngeal nerve palsy, an abnormal chest X-ray, and/or a lesion located in the aortopulmonary window [4] ; while the extreme presentation[] The most commonly reported symptoms are non-specific such as cough, dyspnea and dysphonia. [3].[]

  • Teratoma of the Brain

    Although cardiac tumors can easily be detected by prenatal US at as early as 20 weeks of gestation, diagnosis requires that they are of sufficient size.[] […] one or more of the following tests: Imaging studies such as a CT(CAT) scan or MRI to see detailed images of the brain Angiogram or MRA, which involve the use of dye and X-rays[] Then I started coughing up blood and my dad insisted that I go and see the doctor.”[]

  • Familial Atrial Fibrillation

    A chest X-ray can give your doctor a better look at your heart and lungs to see if there’s any obvious cause for your symptoms.[] The onset of the arrhythmia often occurred after emotional or physical exhaustion, coughing, vomiting, standing erect, or overindulging in food and alcohol, suggesting that[] An echocardiogram is another noninvasive test that can produce images of your heart, so your doctor can look for abnormalities.[]

  • Familial Cutaneous Collagenoma

    These occur in approximately 50-70% of individuals with TSC, and are most frequently detected prenatally or in the neonatal period.[] The chest X-ray was without marked cardiopulmonary abnormality, and the pulmonaryfunction tests were within normal limits.[] […] fatigue (unrelieved by sleep), lack of energy, weight loss, aches and pains, arthritis, dry eyes, swelling of the knees, blurry vision, shortness of breath, a dry, hacking cough[]

  • Levocardia

    Postnatally, intestinal malrotation with no evidence of intestinal obstruction or asplenia was detected. Neither of the cases had reported cardiac arrhythmias.[] […] chest X-ray films showing the position of the stomach gas as being discordant with the location of the heart.[] […] ciliary dyskinesia (PCD) includes any or all of the following: neonatal respiratory distress; chronic, persistent lower respiratory symptoms (early onset and persistent wet cough[]

  • Thumb Deformity - Alopecia - Pigmentation Anomaly Syndrome

    Rhabdomyomas are found in 50% of people with TSC and are often detected on prenatal ultrasound.[] Tests that may be ordered include x-rays, blood tests, or examination of parts of the nail or the nail matrix in the laboratory.[] Definition deletion of 4p severe growth delay, mental retardation, microcephaly, greek-helmet facies, cleft lip/palate, coloboma, cardiac septal defects Term Definition diarrhea, cough[]

  • Sacral Hemangiomas - Multiple Congenital Abnormalities Syndrome

    Although cardiac tumors can easily be detected by prenatal US at as early as 20 weeks of gestation, diagnosis requires that they are of sufficient size.[] ray control), and then, as we pointed above, these abnormal vessels are closed using various substances.[] […] medullary cone 脊髄円錐[部] spinothalamic tract 脊髄視床路 spinal lipoma 脊髄脂肪腫 funiculitis 脊髄神経索炎 myelomeningocele 脊髄髄膜瘤 spinal cord injury 脊髄損傷 myeloschisis 脊髄披裂 spinal anesthesia 脊髄麻酔 cough[]

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