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3,086 Possible Causes for Cerebral Embolism, Hoarseness, Kerley B Lines

  • Mitral Valve Stenosis

    Horizontal lines in the lower posterior lung fields (Kerley B lines) indicate interstitial edema associated with high LA pressure.[] An occasional occurrence is hoarseness of voice which occurs due to impingement of the left recurrent laryngeal nerve by enlarged left atrium.[] She underwent anticoagulation therapy with Warfarin for 8 years since having a cerebral embolization.[]

  • Bronchogenic Carcinoma

    He had dysphagia, weight loss and hoarseness of voice. Lab tests potassium of 2.5 mmol/l, with normal sodium, urea, creatinine. Bicarbonate 35 mmol/l.[] […] return (causing edema) from: Arms: limb edema Periorbital area: periorbital edema Ocular mucosal membranes: chemosis (visual disturbance) Pharynx and larynx: stridor and hoarseness[] […] often o SVC obstruction (5%) § Most often small cell · Associated clinical findings o Horner's syndrome § Pancoast tumor o Elevated hemidiaphragm § Phrenic nerve paralysis o Hoarseness[]

    Missing: Kerley B Lines
  • Cardiomegaly on Chest X-ray

    B Lines or septal lines.[] Signs and symptoms of lung cancer are A new cough, a cough that won't go away, or coughing up blood Chest pain Shortness of breath Hoarseness or wheezing Repeated respiratory[] Heart failure – Chest X ray signs ABCDE Alveolar oedema (bat’s wings) kerley B lines (interstitial oedema) Cardiomegaly Dilated prominent upper lobe vessels Effusion (pleural[]

    Missing: Cerebral Embolism
  • Pulmonary Hypertension

    Kerley B lines may be present. These indicate the presence of pulmonary venous hypertension.[] Uncommon symptoms include cough, hemoptysis and hoarseness.[] One of them died of subsequent embolic cerebral abscess. Endocarditis prophylaxis 63,64 is therefore paramount for patients with Eisenmenger physiology.[]

  • Congestive Heart Failure

    Black arrowheads in following image are kerley b lines, white arrows are septal lines.[] . – Cerebral and peripheral thrombo-embolic complications. – Infection is the most frequent complication in patients with a mechanical circulatory support system.[] […] inhalation, causing rales on exam abdominal exam ascites hepatojugular reflex Imaging Chest radiograph findings pulmonary vascular congestion pleural effusion cardiomegaly Kerley-B[]

    Missing: Hoarseness
  • Stroke

    Abstract Alcohol might contribute to stroke in several ways: induction of cardiac arrhythmias and cardiac wall motion abnormalities which predispose to cerebral embolism,[] 383 In 1 series of 27 patients, there was no perioperative stroke or death, and there were 2 permanent neurological complications (1 case of Horner syndrome and 1 case of hoarseness[] Alcohol might contribute to stroke in several ways: induction of cardiac arrhythmias and cardiac wall motion abnormalities which predispose to cerebral embolism, induction[]

    Missing: Kerley B Lines
  • Arteriosclerosis

    […] little yellow sputum Spitting saliva Wheezing Shortness of breath Dry, uncomfortable sensation in throat Hiccups Dry mouth Coughing up difficult-to-extectorate Phlegm Nausea Hoarseness[] , and circulatory collapse Atheroembolism: Livedo reticularis, gangrene, cyanosis, ulceration, digital necrosis, GI bleeding, retinal ischemia, cerebral infarction, and renal[] Decreased peripheral pulses, peripheral arterial bruits, pallor, peripheral cyanosis, gangrene, and ulceration Abdominal aortic aneurysm: Pulsatile abdominal mass, peripheral embolism[]

    Missing: Kerley B Lines
  • Carotid Artery Aneurysm

    These symptoms can vary, depending upon what is compressed, but may include facial swelling, hoarseness or difficulty swallowing.[] CT showed he demonstrated a right hemispheric embolic stroke with a middle cerebral artery distribution.[] If the patient has headaches and a hoarse voice during this palpation, it may indicate an aneurysm.[]

    Missing: Kerley B Lines
  • Mitral Valve Prolapse

    The patient also had progressive hoarseness of her voice and intermittent dysphagia. Ear, nose, and throat examination revealed left vocal cord paralysis.[] In this paper the Authors report on three patients affected by mitral valve prolapse associated with atrial septal aneurysm, one of whom complicated by a cerebral embolism[] RESULTS: In this case, the patient developed S. intermedius, mitral valve SBE complicated by a cerebral vascular accident, and embolic occlusion of her leg.[]

    Missing: Kerley B Lines
  • Temporal Arteritis

    A 77-year-old man developed dysphagia, hoarseness, dysgeusia, gait unsteadiness, and right temporalgia; neurological examination revealed multiple cranial neuropathies.[] embolism diagnosed two weeks after the inclusion, sinusitis regressive within six weeks, two cases of rheumatoid arthritis).[] Tongue numbness or ulceration, cough, sore throat, dysphagia, hoarseness, and rare respiratory difficulties have all been described.[]

    Missing: Kerley B Lines

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