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1,601 Possible Causes for Bounding Pulse, Claustrophobia, Cocaine Abuse

  • Anxiety Disorder

    Excessive fear of certain situations or things, such as heights (acrophobia), crowds (agoraphobia), confinement in close quarters (claustrophobia), or spiders (arachnophobia[] Amphetamines, cocaine, LSD, Ecstasy and other substances can cause symptoms of anxiety.[] Anxiety is the main symptom of several conditions, including: panic disorder phobias , such as agoraphobia or claustrophobia post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) social anxiety[]

  • Crack Ingestion

    How Widespread Is Cocaine Abuse?[] abuse.[] Authors Show Affiliations, Department of Surgery, Meharry Medical College, Nashville, Tennessee 37208, USA., Source MeSH Adult Cocaine-Related Disorders Crack Cocaine Deglutition[]

    Missing: Claustrophobia
  • Acute Anxiety

    They include generalised anxiety disorders, social phobias, specific phobias (for example, agoraphobia and claustrophobia), panic disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder[] , and psychostimulant abuse, among others.[] Anxiety is the main symptom of several conditions, including: panic disorder phobias , such as agoraphobia or claustrophobia post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) social anxiety[]

  • Delirium

    Claustrophobia 4:07 0:30 11. Ultima Ratio 4:08 0:30 12. Live to Tell 5:28 0:30 13. Breakdown 3:16 0:30 14.[] Treatment is directed at alleviating symptoms and preventing the patient’s further abuse of the substance.[] Claustrophobia 11.[]

  • Pheochromocytoma

    abuse; and 7) severe congestive heart failure (class III or IV).[] abuse, 7)severe congestive heart failure, class 3 or 4.[] […] alcohol withdrawal; 3) monotherapy with pure arterial vasodilator, hydralazine, or minoxidil; 4) acute myocardial ischemia or infarction; 5) acute cerebrovascular accident; 6) cocaine[]

    Missing: Claustrophobia
  • Cocaine Abuse

    The lone occurrence of subdural hematoma in the absence of any other intracranial hemorrhagic complication is rarely seen in patients of cocaine abuse.[] Abstract Cocaine abuse represents a significant health issue worldwide.[] How is Cocaine Abuse Different from Cocaine Addiction? Cocaine abuse is the starting point when a user first starts to use cocaine.[]

    Missing: Claustrophobia
  • Acute Amphetamine Intoxication

    abuse.[] Cocaine can be abused via every possible route, including oral, nasal, intravenous, and rectal.[] Uldri et al concluded “Cerebrovascular complications are also noticed in abusers of cocaine or other stimulants of the central nervous system: amphetamine, phenylpropanolamine[]

    Missing: Claustrophobia
  • Panic Attacks

    The fourth and final section offers practical tips and techniques for overcoming 5 common phobias - claustrophobia, social phobia, and the fears of flying, driving, and public[] Substance Abuse: About 30% of people with panic disorder use alcohol and 17% abuse drugs, such as cocaine and marijuana, in unsuccessful attempts to alleviate the distress[] […] smothering sensations Uncontrollable itching Tingling or numbness in the hands, face, feet or mouth (paresthesia) Hot/cold flashes Faintness Trembling or shaking feeling of claustrophobia[]

    Missing: Bounding Pulse
  • Coarctation of the Aorta

    The quality of the pulses in the arms and the legs is also different, with bounding pulses in the arms and weak or absent pulses in the legs.[] コカイン cocaine abuse コカイン乱用 cocaine-induced コカイン誘発性 cocaine-induced myocarditis コカイン心筋症 cocaine intoxication コカイン中毒症 coccidioidomycosis コクチジオイド真菌症 Cockayne's syndrome コケイン症候群[] 凝固障害 coarctation 縮窄[症] coarctation of the aorta (CoA) 大動脈縮窄[症] coarctectomy 大動脈縮窄切除術 cobalt (Co) コバルト cobalt cardiomyopathy コバルト心筋症 cobalt dilated cardiomyopathy コバルト拡張型心筋症 cocaine[]

    Missing: Claustrophobia
  • Mania

    Causes and symptoms Mania can be induced by the use or abuse of stimulant drugs such as cocaine and amphetamines.[] , such as caffeine, cocaine or anabolic steroids. [ citation needed ] In the current DSM-5, hypomanic episodes are separated from the more severe full manic episodes, which[] […] secondary to various general medical conditions, such as multiple sclerosis ; certain medications may perpetuate a manic state, for example prednisone ; or substances of abuse[]

    Missing: Claustrophobia