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3,251 Possible Causes for Autoimmune Disease, Sinusitis

  • Insect Bite

    This is especially true if you or your child suffer from an autoimmune disease.[] This is also a recognized complication of fronto-ethmoidal sinusitis.[] The Women’s Health Initiative (a large, ongoing study of women looking at multiple health issues) showed an increased risk of autoimmune disease (including lupus) in women[]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    BACKGROUND Type 1 diabetes mellitus (DM) tends to complicate other autoimmune diseases.[] According to the FDA, there is new information that quinolone antibiotics may cause very serious side effects when used to treat sinusitis , bronchitis , and urinary tract[] Adverse events that occurred in 5% of subjects in either treatment group included headache [cranberry group: n 16 (8.6%); placebo group: n 12 (6.4%)], sinusitis [cranberry[]

  • Influenza

    Allergy Allergy/Immunology General Anticoagulation/Thromboembolism Arrhythmias/Pacemakers Asthma Autoimmune Disease B Bacterial Infections Birth Defects Bone Disease Bone[] The main complications are secondary bacterial infections of the sinuses or lungs (pneumonia).[] Immune thrombocytopenia (ITP) is an isolated autoimmune condition, often preceded by a viral infection.[]

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    Numerous factors, including environmental contaminants and autoimmune diseases, as well as infection, may cause pneumonia.[] The composition of the NP bacterial community of children was significantly related prior to the history of acute sinusitis (R (2)   0.070, P   0.009).[] […] the frontal sinuses.[]

  • Acute Bronchitis

    Diagnostic value of procalcitonin measurement in febrile patients with systemic autoimmune diseases. Clin Exp Rheumatol . 2006;24(2):123–128. 57.[] Parameter Adjusted Odds Ratio (95% CI) Primary diagnosis (vs. upper respiratory infection) Bronchitis 3.9 (2.5–5.9) Pneumonia 29.1 (12.2–69.5) Pharyngitis 6.7 (4.4–10.3) Sinusitis[] […] now been the subject of numerous clinical trials for the successful treatment of a variety of upper respiratory tract infections including the common cold, tonsillitis, sinusitis[]

  • Pneumonia

    Although the pathogenesis of AFOP is not fully elucidated, it may be associated with autoimmune diseases.[] The same types of bacteria or viral pathogens that cause pneumonia infections are already present in many people’s airways and sinuses (especially in children, who carry these[] Biological DMARDs, such as TNFI, act as a double-edged sword: these drugs are used to treat autoimmune diseases, but they increase the risk of infection.[]

  • Common Variable Immunodeficiency

    It is associated with autoimmune diseases, granulomatous process and neoplasias.[] As with other antibody deficiencies, the most common types of recurrent infections involve the ears, sinuses, nose, bronchi and lungs.[] The expansion of CD21(low) B cells is also observed in certain autoimmune diseases.[]

  • Sjogren's Syndrome

    Sjogren's syndrome(SS) is a chronic autoimmune disease, which damages exocrine glands especially salivary and lacrimal glands, with xerostomia and xerophthalmia as common[] Room humidifiers can help with dry mouth and irritated nasal sinuses.[] Other symptoms may include: Contact lens discomfort Dry sinuses and frequent sinus infections or nosebleeds Sore mouth, tongue or throat Difficulty chewing or swallowing Dry[]

  • Streptococcal Infection

    Repeated GAS infections may lead to autoimmune diseases such as acute post-streptococcal glomerulonephritis, acute rheumatic fever (ARF) and rheumatic heart disease (RHD).[] […] the symptoms of sinusitis .[] The disease is on the decline. Another sequel is rheumatic fever, an autoimmune disease initiated by S. pyogenes but dependent on the host’s immune responses.[]

  • Malignant Neoplasm

    Although the cause of this unusual remnant thymic tissue remains unclear, it may have been related to autoimmune or endocrinological disease.[] Clinical presentation of cervico-facial actinomycosis is characterized by the presence of a suppurative or indurative mass with discharging sinuses.[] PEComas of the paranasal sinuses and skull base appear to have a biological behavior different from simple benign angiomyolipomas reported elsewhere in the body.[]

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