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6,307 Possible Causes for Aspiration

  • Bursitis

    Bursal aspiration of microtraumatic bursitis is generally not recommended because of the risk of iatrogenic septic bursitis.[] […] case of non-infective bursitis following infliximab therapy and documents the role of musculoskeletal ultrasound in detecting soft tissue fluid collections and in guiding aspiration[] Aspiration might be done in your GP surgery or you may be referred to the hospital.[]

  • Arthrocentesis

    What is a joint aspiration (arthrocentesis)?[] Aspiration in cases of hemarthrosis can prevent adhesions. Aspiration can be performed immediately prior to injecting intra-articular medications.[] What are complications of joint aspiration (arthrocentesis)? Medical complications of joint aspiration are uncommon.[]

  • Aspiration Pneumonia

    Pneumonia that accompanies aspiration is called aspiration pneumonia.[] Aspiration of gastric contents leads to exudation of fluid into air spaces, causing an alveolar infiltrate.[] We present the case of a solitary lung mass of unknown etiology in which cytology of a fine needle aspiration provided a definitive diagnosis of this disorder.[]

  • Ovarian Cyst

    The embryo score in the no-intervention group was higher than the aspiration group (18 vs. 16, p 0.0001).The cycle cancellation rate was significantly higher in the aspiration[] The remaining 6 neonates with a complex cyst underwent only aspiration because no torsion was found.[] After prenatal aspiration we observed a residual cyst of 15 mm in maximal diameter.[]

  • Mendelson's Syndrome

    MENDELSON'S syndrome, or peptic-aspiration pneumonia, was first described in obstetrical cases by Mendelson 1 in 1946.[] Two to five hours after aspiration there is a dramatic onset of cyanosis, dyspnea, tachycardia, and shock. 2 Examination of the patient shows no localized signs of lung disease[]

  • Viral Lower Respiratory Infection

    It is recommended that future surveys of the microbial etiology of pneumonia that employ a credible reference standard (such as lung aspiration) be used as opportunities to[] A definitive diagnosis was made by culture and then direct immunoflorescence of nasopharyngeal aspirates.[] Investigations included an extensive etiological workup on nasopharyngeal aspirates. Immunofluorescence technique was used to detect the viral pathogens.[]

  • Peritonsillar Abscess

    There is some very low-quality evidence to suggest that needle aspiration is less painful.[] CONCLUSION: Needle aspiration is an effective first line procedure for patients with PTA. Tonsillectomy is not necessary in most cases.[] The probe was then withdrawn and the provider who did the US also performed the needle aspiration.[]

  • Tonsillar Abscess

    The otolaryngologist performed another aspiration and recommended tonsillectomy.[] Aspirate that pus! We rarely admit paratonsilar abscesses. Usually ENT/the ED aspirates them, they get better and go home.[] Quinsy abscess Needle aspiration: All such patients require needle aspiration of the tonsillar mass and cultures.[]

  • Thyroid Lymphoma

    Within 24 hours, fine-needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) and immunocytochemistry provided a diagnosis of high-grade B-cell lymphoma and the opportunity to institute a chemotherapeutic[] Abstract The aims of this report were to clarify the diagnostic significance of ultrasound (US), fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC), and flow cytometry for primary thyroid[] Keywords: Primary thyroid lymphoma, Fine needle aspiration cytology, Prognosis.[]

  • Coronary Artery Embolism

    This embolism was successfully treated with aspiration thrombectomy followed by balloon angioplasty.[] The patient was qualified for emergent coronary angiography and aspiration thrombectomy.[] Septic coronary artery embolism treated with aspiration thrombectomy: case report and review of literature. Tex Heart Inst J. 2014 Aug 1;41(4):437-9.[]

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