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772 Possible Causes for Asthma, Dental Caries, Vomiting

  • Cocaine Abuse

    We report a case of a young man who presented to the emergency department with violent abdominal pain and several episodes of vomiting after using intranasal cocaine.[] Beta-blockers (eg, propranolol) are useful for anxiety, particularly during withdrawal and to reduce relapse rate but can potentiate cocaine-associated asthma.[] A 55-year-old woman, a long-term cocaine abuser, presented with delirium, nausea, vomiting, hypoglycemia, hypercalcemia, and hypotension as manifestations of adrenal insufficiency[]

  • Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease

    […] erosions, caries Neck: nodes, masses Lungs: wheezes, crackles Ears: hearing loss, middle ear effusions (evidence does not support gastroesophageal reflux as a cause of otitis[] MSA is associated with less gas/bloat symptoms and increased ability to vomit and belch. Copyright 2018 IJS Publishing Group Ltd. Published by Elsevier Ltd.[] What is asthma?[]

  • Aspiration Pneumonia

    This paper presents data from the third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES III) describing the prevalence of dental caries and periodontal diseases in[] Diseases of the respiratory system › J60-J70 Lung diseases due to external agents › J69- Pneumonitis due to solids and liquids › Pneumonitis due to inhalation of food and vomit[] -- Chapter 44: The Biology of Asthma -- Chapter 45: Asthma: Epidemiology -- Chapter 46: Asthma: Clinical Presentation and Management -- Chapter 47: Aspirin- and Exercise-Induced[]

  • Graft-versus-Host-Disease

    caries.[] Stomach or Bowel: stomach cramping very bad heartburn nausea or vomiting diarrhea: this can be mild or very bad.[] One patient had a history of atopic dermatitis, 2 had a history of asthma and hayfever, and 1 had a history of psoriasis.[]

  • Bronchiolitis

    KL Aida, S Paula Ramos, GF Seixas, A Bozza, RS Couto de Almeida and CC Dezan Garbelini, Influence of a preschool preventive dental programme on caries prevalence, oral care[] […] and in the neck sink in as a child inhales (breathes in) flaring of the nostrils irritability, with trouble sleeping and signs of fatigue (tiredness) or being very drowsy vomiting[] However, risk factors for asthma such as eczema or familial atopy prompt some practitioners to prescribe corticosteroids for bronchiolitis.[]

  • Amyloidosis

    The predominant symptoms included headaches, dizziness, vomiting, hallucinations, and cognitive impairments which associated with obstructive hydrocephalus.[] […] pneumonia, bronchiectases or atelectases, 4 so its identification poses a major challenge, even forming part of the differential diagnoses of various conditions such as asthma[] Note: if a dose is forgotten or vomited, contact treating team.[]

  • Otitis Media

    This study was later criticised due to the possibility of risking dental caries in the participants.[] […] to the use of antibiotics such as vomiting, diarrhoea or rash ( Little 2001 ; Spiro 2006 ).[] We treated a 60-year-old male patient with asthma and EOM.[]

  • Tooth Erosion

    Dental caries and its association with diet and dental erosion in Libyan schoolchildren. Int J Paediatr Dent. 2012; 22: 68-76. [ Links ] 16. Dugmore CR, Rock WP.[] Patients with eating disorders who self-induced vomiting had more risk of tooth erosion than those patients who did not self-induce vomiting (OR 19.6, 95%CI 5.6-68.8).[] Tooth erosion was recorded in 59% of children with asthma and in 59.7% who were asthma free.[]

  • Williams-Beuren Syndrome

    The most common oro-facial findings were detected as high palate (87%), diastema (60%), failure to thrive (60%), feeding difficulties (60%), vomiting (47%), macroglossi (47%[] […] cause bleeding risk (like anticoagulants and non-steroidal anti-inflammatories such as aspirin, warfarin, Advil ), high triglyceride levels, diabetes, mania, seizures, or asthma[] We present an 11-month-old girl child with complaints of constipation, cough, fever, vomiting and growth retardation.[]

  • Dental Disorder

    Dental Caries (Tooth Decay) Dental caries or cavities, more commonly known as tooth decay, are caused by a breakdown of the tooth enamel.[] However, when a person with bulimia engages in the repeated act of self-induced vomiting, teeth are subjected to continual exposure of acid from the stomach.[] Stomach acid from vomiting can cause a loss of tissue, lesions, discoloration of teeth, and tooth decay.[]

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