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57 Possible Causes for Bacterial Pneumonia, Tracheal Deviation

  • Atelectasis

    Causes of Atelectasis TB Tumour Injury Blood Clot Tumour Pneumonia Viral Infection Fungal Infection Bacterial Infection If not treated properly, Atelectasis may cause Lack[] Pneumonia is an inflammation of the lung tissue as a result of bacterial, viral or other infection.[]

  • Pleurisy

    Pleurisy by itself is not contagious but you can catch microbes from a person who has pleurisy associated with flu, viral or bacterial pneumonia.[] Bacterial infection (commonly bacterial pneumonia ). Fungal infection (more common in people with a weakened immune system).[] The most common as given by the NHS (National Health Service) UK are: Bacterial pneumonia Viral pneumonia Aspiration pneumonia Fungal pneumonia Bacterial Pneumonia The most[]

  • Bronchogenic Carcinoma

    When a pre-existing lung cavity is colonized by Aspergilius fumigatus, it forms a fungal ball (pulmonary aspergilloma) and the presenting symptom is usually haemoptysis that may be massive and often-times life threatening. The radiological finding is that of a ball-like structure within a lung cavitation and the typical[…][]

  • Obstructive Atelectasis

    […] pus bacterial pneumonia blood post-traumatic lung injury foreign body Plain radiograph / CT The imaging features of atelectasis are similar on plain radiographs and CT with[] […] onset; progressive with exacerbations Productive cough with thick, purulent sputum; dypsnea; and wheezing Obstructive airflow limitation, both fixed and reversible Focal pneumonia[] deviation ipsilateral shift of the heart[]

  • Empyema

    Risk factors include: Bacterial pneumonia Tuberculosis Chest surgery Lung abscess Trauma or injury to the chest In rare cases, empyema can occur after thoracentesis.[] Early diagnosis and treatment of bacterial pneumonias can prevent many cases of empyema, especially in high risk cases.[] ‘A parapneumonic effusion was defined as one associated with bacterial pneumonia, including empyema.’[]

  • Pleural Effusion

    pneumonia malignancy viral infection pulmonary embolism tuberculosis collagen vascular disorder Prognosis depends on the cause of the pleural effusion Presentation Symptoms[] Large effusion: complete shadowing of the lung with mediastinal shift and tracheal deviation away from the effusion Lateral decubitus view : demonstrates whether fluid is[] A large effusion there may cause tracheal deviation away from the effusion.[]

  • Pneumothorax

    Bacterial pneumonia : Certain forms of pneumonia caused by staphylococcus, streptococcus and other types of bacteria may cause a lung to collapse.[] Note the tracheal deviation to the left. Prognosis If the pneumothorax was an isolated event and treatment was initiated early, the prognosis is excellent.[] deviation Hyper-resonance to percussion Decreased breath sounds In tension pneumothorax: Raised JVP, pulsus paradoxus, marked tracheal deviation, Tachycardia 135, hypotension[]

  • Gram-Negative Pneumonia

    Bacterial pneumonia is a type of pneumonia caused by bacterial infection.[] deviation Lymphadenopathy Pleural friction rub Examination findings that may indicate a specific etiology include the following: Bradycardia: May indicate a Legionella etiology[] People who have a weakened immune system also have an increased risk for bacterial pneumonia.[]

  • Pulmonary Tuberculosis

    The risk factors, including age older than 60 years (HR: 3.18; 95% CI: 1.66-6.10), complication with bacterial pneumonia (HR: 2.64; 95% CI: 1.30-5.35), diagnosis delay (HR[] We observed the expression of presepsin in APTB, and to evaluate the value for discriminating between APTB and bacterial community acquired pneumonia (BCAP).[] Furthermore, our study indicated that the timely diagnosis of PTB, prevention of secondary bacterial pneumonia by prophylactic management and optimization of the timing of[]

  • Pulmonary Disorder

    Respiratory diseases range from mild and self-limiting, such as the common cold, to life-threatening entities like bacterial pneumonia, pulmonary embolism, and lung cancer[] Precipitants include bacterial or viral infection (50-60%), air pollution exposure (10%), and temperature changes.[] […] or Pneumocystis jiroveci pneumonia History of recurrent respiratory infections Exposure to occupational or other dust and chemicals Exposure to environmental (secondhand)[]

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