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216 Possible Causes for C-Reactive Protein Increased, Dry Cough, Low Fever, Preauricular Swelling

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    Subjects with dry cough (n 14) had lower C5 values during infection than both baseline and recovery, and lower C2 values during infection than recovery; in these subjects,[] For a low fever, mild aches, and pains, take products such as acetaminophen (one brand: Tylenol), naproxen (one brand: Aleve) or ibuprofen (one brand: Advil).[] cough.[] fever Chills Watery discharge from the nose that thickens and turns yellow or green Mild fatigue How is an upper respiratory infection diagnosed?[]

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  • Hodgkin's Disease

    Abstract A 30-year-old lady presented with fever, dry cough and weight loss for the preceding five months.[] Abstract An 80-year-old man was admitted to hospital with low-grade fever, weight loss, asthenia and anorexia.[] We report the case of a 16 years old female who presented with 6 months history of dry cough, hemoptysis, dyspnea, dysphagia and dysphonia.[] fever, coughing, and fatigue, are the most common symptoms of Hodgkin’s disease.[]

    Missing: Preauricular Swelling
  • Viral Lower Respiratory Infection

    protein, increased or decreased neutrophil count and/or decreased platelet count 15 ), developed bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD; oxygen dependency beyond 28 days) and/or[] It starts suddenly, with a high temperature, a sore throat or a dry cough, as well as sore muscles and joints, and back pain or a headache.[] These include: Congested or runny nose Dry cough Low-grade fever Sore throat Mild headache In severe cases Respiratory syncytial virus infection can spread to the lower respiratory[] Upper Respiratory Infection Symptoms Symptoms of the common cold may include: stuffiness (nasal congestion), runny nose, low grade fever, post-nasal drip, and cough ; the[]

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  • Pneumonia

    Abstract We report two cases of transient significantly elevated plasma cobalamin (B12) in geriatric patients acutely admitted with fever, increased C-reactive protein and[] The clinical symptoms of the patient were dry cough, chills, night sweats and high fevers.[] Bronchitis can cause: Cough Production of mucus Shortness of breath Wheezing Chest tightness Low fever and chills Fatigue Most bronchitis is caused by viruses.[] She was admitted to clinic with a 2-week history of dyspnoea, dry cough and fever.[]

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  • Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

    […] fever or significantly raised C-reactive protein.[] Abstract A man in his mid-60's with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis and hepatitis B-related liver cirrhosis developed exertional dyspnea and a dry cough lasting for three months[] Constitutional symptoms, such as low-grade fever and myalgias, are uncommon. The classic sign of IPF is fine, dry, inspiratory crackles (Velcro crackles) at both bases.[] Patients present loss of lung function, dyspnea and dry cough.[]

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  • Mycoplasma Pneumonia

    Among the three age groups, the oldest children showed the longest duration of fever, highest C-reactive protein (CRP) values, and the most severe pneumonia pattern.[] Although dry cough was observed in all patients during Mycoplasma pneumonia, cough sensitivity in the acute phase [capsaicin: 19.8 (GSEM, 0.214) microM, tartaric acid: 0.26[] More to Know Mycoplasma pneumonia is a less serious form of the lung infection pneumonia, and causes cold-like symptoms in addition to a low-grade fever and a hacking cough[] A dry cough is the most common sign of infection.[]

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  • Anthrax

    He had a tachycardia, pyrexia, leukocytosis and an elevated C-reactive protein (CRP).[] He had a mild sore throat and occasional dry cough.[] […] some diseases were accompanied by specific microorganisms, but the body of medical opinion was unwilling to concede that important diseases --cholera, diptheria, scarlet fever[] Individuals reporting SRs had higher levels of systemic inflammation as measured from C-reactive protein (P 0.01). Thus, LLRs and SRs are mediated by distinct pathways.[]

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  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

    protein CONCLUSION: In conclusion, there are risk factors for resistant germs in AECOPD; however, the presence of these germs does not increase mortality.[] Umeclidinium has proved safe, and pooled analysis has revealed no differences in reported adverse events of cough, dry mouth, and exacerbations ( Pleasants 2016 ); these findings[] Systemic reactions include myalgia, fatigue, headache and low grade fever.[] Possible adverse effects of LABAs include cardiac effects such as arrhythmia and palpitations, and muscle tremors, headache, cough, and dry mouth ( Beeh 2009 ; Berger 2008[]

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  • Sarcoidosis

    Her symptoms started with a dry cough, which became chronic about a year after it first developed.[] Approximately one-third of patients experience nonspecific constitutional symptoms of low grade fever, fatigue, malaise, or weight loss.[] In most cases, sarcoidosis is revealed by persistent dry cough, eye or skin manifestations, peripheral lymph nodes, fatigue, weight loss, fever or night sweats, and erythema[]

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  • Mumps

    Symptoms: After a 10-12 day incubation period, dry cough, sore throat, conjunctivitis (virus may be excreted during this phase!)[] Other symptoms include low-grade fever , malaise , headache , and possible swelling of other salivary glands .[] Many had dry coughs without expectoration, and accompanied with hoarseness of voice.[] Pulsatilla: for eye problems (tears, drainage, light sensitivity), dark red rash, thick yellow nasal discharge, and dry cough.[]

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