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64 Possible Causes for Asthma, Hyperresonance

  • Pneumothorax

    […] coughing can also cause Presentation Symptoms sudden-onset, unilateral, pleuritic chest pain dyspnea acute respiratory distress Physical exam decreased or absent breath sounds hyperresonance[] I smoked ONLY JOINTS for over 15 years, and also had asthma as a child. I haven't had an asthma attack in over 20 years , and have never smoked cigarettes.[] Patients with pneumothorax present with sudden-onset dyspnea , ipsilateral chest pain , diminished breath sounds, and hyperresonant percussion on the affected side.[]

  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

    […] cough or expectoration Breathing may be assisted by pursed lips and use of accessory respiratory muscles; patients may adopt the tripod sitting position The chest may be hyperresonant[] This case discusses the pharmacotherapeutic management of asthma in the geriatric patient and differentiates the clinical features of asthma from that of chronic obstructive[] […] compared with patients with asthma and COPD alone.[]

  • Asthma

    Medication can control asthma. Avoiding asthma triggers can also reduce the severity of asthma.[] […] of allergy to asthma.[] Facts about Asthma Facts about Asthma According to World Health Organization (WHO) estimates, 300 million people suffer from asthma and 255 000 people died of asthma in 2005[]

  • Silicosis

    , grinders' consumption, grit consumption, knife grinder's phthisis, masons' disease, miner's asthma, miner's phthisis, potters' rot, schistosis, sewer disease, and slate[] Examples of silicosis in a Sentence Recent Examples on the Web Injuries are common, and the constant breathing in of fine particles can lead to respiratory conditions like asthma[] ( Source ) Being an ancient illness, silicosis has acquired many names: chalicosis, dust consumption, flint disease, ganister disease, grave-digger's disease, grinders' asthma[]

  • Hyperactive Airway Disease

    About Asthma 871,621 discussions Asthma is a chronic disease that affects your airways. Your airways are tubes that carry air in and out of your lungs.[] Key words: Pulmonary Tuberculosis, Asthma, Wheezing.[] Among these, 48% had intermittent asthma, 34% had mild persistent asthma and 18% had moderate persistent asthma.[]

  • Spontaneous Pneumothorax

    There will be decreased breath sounds on the affected side and hyperresonance to percussion. What is the most likely cause for a spontaneous pneumothorax?[] Department of Radiology, San Fernando General Hospital, San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago. [email protected] Abstract A middle-aged female patient, previously diagnosed with asthma[] […] appearances may be normal Sweating, tachypnoea, tachycardia (most common finding) Splinting of the chest wall to relieve pleuritic pain Decreased or absent breath sounds Hyperresonance[]

  • Tension Pneumothorax

    Clinical features This is a clinican diagnosis History of penetrating trauma, positive pressure ventilation or airways disease Air hunger Hypotension distended neck veins hyperresonant[] […] situations where tension pneumothorax arises are: ventilated patients on ICU trauma patients. resuscitation patients (CPR). lung disease, especially acute presentations of asthma[] On the affected side, there is hyperresonance to percussion and decreased or absent breath sounds.[]

  • Traumatic Pneumothorax

    […] on lung in COPD or Congenital (present from birth -Dyspnea (labored breathing) -Dry hacking cough -Asymmetric chest movement -Diminished or absent BS over affected side -Hyperresonance[] A 22-year-old woman with a history of asthma presents with chest pain. Over the last several days, the patient has been coughing due to an asthma exacerbation.[] On lung examination, hyperresonance to percussion, decreased tactile fremitus, and diminished breath sounds are present on the affected side.[]

  • Catamenial Pneumothorax

    Physical examination was remarkable for decreased breath sounds and hyperresonance over the right hemithorax. Her labs were unremarkable.[] Secondary spontaneous pneumothorax (SSP) occurs in older people with underlying pulmonary diseases, such as emphysema, asthma, acute or chronic infections, lung cancer, congenital[] Physical findings classically consist of absent tactile fremitus, hyperresonance to percussion, and decreased breath sounds on the affected side.[]

  • Aspirin-induced Asthma

    Physical exam tachycardia tachypnia use of accessory muscles prolonged expiratory wheezes high-pitched sibilant rhonchi dyspnea persitant cough hyperinflation of the lungs (hyperresonance[] asthma.[] […] usually only present during acute attacks) Prolonged expiratory phase with wheezing (dry crackles ) Decreased breath sounds , possibly “ silent chest ” Tachypnea Percussion Hyperresonant[]

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