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15 Possible Causes for Cervico-Occipital Neuralgia, Fever

  • Bezold's Abscess

    A typical presentation involves symptoms related to an otitis media complicated by mastoiditis, such as otalgia, otorrhea, post auricular pain or fever.[] […] complication of acute otitis media . [1] Symptoms [ edit ] Severe pain in perimastoid region, difficulty of swallowing, sore throat, difficulty in breathing, nuchal rigidity , and fever[] 1) Fever and malaise: Fever is persistent, in spite of adequate antibiotics.[]

  • Neuralgia

    Neuralgia of the Neck and Trunk.—Cervico-occipital Neuralgia .—Exposure to cold, or cervical caries, is the most frequent cause of this form of neuralgia.[] Patients who experience rash, sore throat, mouth sores, fever, or unusual bleeding or bruising while taking this medication should notify a health care provider immediately[] Abnormally Low Blood Pressure Sensation of Spinning or Whirling Abnormal Recording of Electrical Activity of the Brain Dizzy Decrease in Sharpness of Vision Double Vision Fever[]

  • Cervical Spine Disease

    You should consult a neurosurgeon for neck pain if It occurs after an injury or blow to the head Fever or headache accompanies the neck pain Stiff neck prevents touching chin[] Patients may or may not have a fever (Temperature 101 degrees). Patients may demonstrate tenderness and spasm with decreased cervical range-of motion.[] Patients often are extremely sensitive to light, irritable, have high fevers, and actually tolerate very little movement of the neck.[]

  • Cervical Osteoarthritis

    Features that may suggest malignancy, infection, or inflammation include: Fever, night sweats. Unexpected weight loss.[] If your neck pain and stiffness is accompanied by fever and vomiting, see your doctor immediately. Lack of magnesium.[] Arthritis Symptoms The symptoms and signs of inflammation may include: Warm, tender, swollen joints Joint pain and stiffness in the morning lasting more than 30 minutes Fatigue Fever[]

  • Cervico-Occipital Neuralgia

    FSN, synonyms Type Case sensitivity Preferency Language Cervico-occipital neuralgia Synonym sensitive preferred GB English Occipital neuralgia Synonym initial insensitive[] Workers in paints and metal-workers are also quite likely to attacks of neuralgia, while rheumatism, gout, chronic nephritis, diabetes, and the infectious fevers favor neuralgia[] Red flags indicating spinal malignancy include night pain, pain at rest, intermittent fevers, weight loss, and/or history of prior malignancy. 32 Any of these symptoms should[]

  • Cranial Neuralgia

    […] dorsalgia 2016 2017 2018 Non-Billable/Non-Specific Code Type 1 Excludes dorsalgia in thoracic region ( M54.6 ) low back pain ( M54.5 ) Other dorsalgia Approximate Synonyms Cervico-occipital[] Meningitis This diagnosis should not prove difficult because the patient looks ill, and fever and nuchal rigidity are usually present.[] Since occipital neuralgia is pathophysiologically seen as a cervico-occipito-trigeminal complex, C2 spinal ganglion block therefore is an effective interventional procedure[]

  • Spinal Trauma

    neuralgias).”[] Infection of IV sites is usually local, causing easily visible swelling, redness, and fever.[] Pneumonia can be accompanied by shortness of breath , fever, and anxiety.[]

  • Cervical Spinal Cord Injury

    neuralgias).”[] Quad fever is a hyperthermic thermoregulatory disorder that occurs in people with acute cervical and upper thoracic spinal cord injuries.[] Neither high fever nor pharyngeal pain has recurred at latest follow-up, 5 years after surgery.[]

  • Cervical Spine Fracture

    neuralgias).”[] […] of an alert ambulatory patient with no complaint of neck pain, no tenderness of the neck on physical examination, and no history of trauma who, while being evaluated for fever[] […] gastrointestinal barium radiography, or electronic gastroscopy 9 and 16 months later, respectively, after operation when they readmitted because of the original symptom featuring fever[]

  • Cervical Nerve Root Compression

    neuralgias).”[] […] symptoms of a pinched nerve in the neck may include: Muscle spasms Pain when moving the neck Same-sided shoulder and arm pain Numbness and tingling Weakness Symptoms like fever[] Features that may suggest malignancy, infection, or inflammation include: Fever, night sweats. Unexpected weight loss.[]

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