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258 Possible Causes for Bounding Pulse, Hypercalcemia, Osteosarcoma, Tinnitus

  • Osteitis Deformans

    The agency did not specify a time frame for the short-term use of calcitonin for treating hypercalcemia caused by cancer.[] With skull implication, symptoms like headaches, hearing loss, vertigo, tinnitus, changes in vision and cranial nerve palsies occur.[] Osteosarcoma .[] Changes in the skull may lead to inner ear damage, resulting in deafness, ringing in the ears (tinnitus) , or impaired balance (vertigo).[]

  • Familial Paget's Disease of Bone

    In case of PDB, increased serum alkaline phosphatase levels and hypercalcemia may be ascertained, whereby the latter is not a constant feature but only present during periods[] Osteosarcoma .[] Tinnitus and Paget's disease of bone . The Journal of Laryngology and Otology 2006 ; 120: 899 – 902 . Google Scholar Crossref Medline ISI 39. Tan A and Ralston SH.[] The agency did not specify a time frame for the short-term use of calcitonin for treating hypercalcemia caused by cancer.[]

    Missing: Bounding Pulse
  • Pheochromocytoma

    Testing should be undertaken for hypercalcemia to determine whether the parathyroid glands are involved pointing towards MEN syndrome.[] ., tinnitus, nerve palsy). Pheochromocytomas on occasion can also present as incidental findings on cross-sectional imaging.[]

    Missing: Osteosarcoma
  • High Output Heart Failure

    Other common clinical findings include cytopenias, hypercalcemia, recurrent bacterial infection and renal insufficiency.[] Frassica FJ, Sim FH, Frassica DA, Wold LE: Survival and management considerations in postirradiation osteosarcoma and Paget's osteosarcoma.[] Symptoms of low-output HF ; particularly tachycardia , tachypnea , low blood pressure , and jugular distention with an audible hum over the internal jugular vein Pulsatile tinnitus[] In neonates, like our case, the most common clinical presentations related to heart failure are cyanosis, tachycardia and bounding carotid pulses. 6–8 The heart failure developed[]

  • Thickened Earlobes-Conductive Deafness Syndrome

    Differential diagnosis: Medications: metronidazole Vitamin and mineral deficiencies: zinc depletion Chyronic hypercalcemia, hyperparathyroidism.[] Septal Perforation Nasopharyngitis Neck Cancer Neck Mass Neck Pain Neck Tumor Nodule Nose Cancer Nose Disorders Nose Injuries Nose Polyposis, Familial Nosebleed Oral Cancer Osteosarcoma[] While exact numbers are difficult to determine, the American Tinnitus Association estimates that 70% of tinnitus is due to hearing loss.[] Learn More About Topic Tinnitus Over 50 million Americans have experienced tinnitus, or ringing in ears, which is the perception of sound without an external source being[]

  • Bone Metastasis

    Multivariate analysis revealed that 2 extra-bone metastatic organs, hypercalcemia, and pathologic fractures were independent poor prognostic factors (p 0.001, 0.001, and 0.033[] The treatment of osteosarcoma, the most common tumor of bone, is challenging.[] As shown in Fig. 1 B , OPG/OCIF specifically bound to COS-7 cells expressing ODF (COS ODF ), but not to control COS-7 cells transfected with the empty vector (COS Vec ).[] […] skills, knowledge of treatments including medication, surgery, and radiation therapy, and recognition of serious complications such as fracture, spinal cord compression, and hypercalcemia[]

    Missing: Tinnitus
  • Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma

    Thus, hypercalcemia, though rare, may complicate advanced tumors.[] Symptoms & Diagnosis The most common symptoms of nasopharyngeal carcinoma include: Nasal bleeding, obstruction or discharge Ear symptoms, including infection, tinnitus or[] BACKGROUND: Radiation-induced osteosarcomas are a recognized complication of radiation therapy.[] Actual presentation is often delayed until more sinister signs are evident, including nodal masses in the neck (most common), cranial nerve palsies, tinnitus , headache, or[]

    Missing: Bounding Pulse
  • Paraneoplastic Syndrome

    […] is categorized according to the serum total calcium level 1 : mild hypercalcemia, 10.5 to 11.9 mg/dL; moderate hypercalcemia, 12 to 13.9 mg/dL; and severe hypercalcemia,[] We present a patient with a five-year history of visual loss, vertigo, ataxia, tinnitus, and bone lesions that resolved after diagnosis and resection of an atrial myxoma.[] Tumor induced osteomalacie: hypophosphatemia due to tumor production of fibroblast growth factor 23 usually by benign connective tissue tumor, but has been reported with osteosarcoma[] Peripheral neuropathy (25%) Onset: Often subacute Distribution: Sensory-motor; Polyradiculopathy Often associated alternative causes Cranial neuropathy: VI; VIII (Deafness or Tinnitus[]

    Missing: Bounding Pulse
  • Digoxin

    […] preserved, although may be used for ventricular rate control in subgroup with chronic atrial fibrillation Less effective in presence of hypokalemia or hypocalcemia; avoid hypercalcemia[] […] pseudotumor cerebri-is a neurologic condition distinguished by any of the following symptoms: headache, increased cerebrospinal fluid pressure, papilledema, vision loss, diplopia, tinnitus[] According to Withering, digitalis was believed to slow heart rate in patients with irregular pulse and result in diuresis.[] Toxicity risk increased by hypokalemia, hypomagnesemia, hypercalcemia. Hypocalcemia may nullify effects. Thyroid disease. Hypermetabolic states.[]

    Missing: Osteosarcoma
  • Disseminated Tuberculosis

    Hypercalcemia has been described in patients with TB.[] Ototoxicity: Vestibular disturbances, tinnitus, and deafness appear to occur more often in elderly persons or those with preexisting renal impairment ( 111 ).[] Hypoalbuminemia, hypercalcemia and high ferritin levels have also been described.[] Other symptoms include fever, hypercalcemia, chorodial tubercles, and cutaneous lesions.[]

    Missing: Osteosarcoma

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