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2,381 Possible Causes for Collar of Stokes, Cyanosis

  • Superior Vena Cava Syndrome

    Physical examination showed collar of Stokes and extensive collateral circulation in the neck and anterosuperior thoracic region, as well as a large testicular mass.[] It is also associated with cyanosis, plethora, and distended subcutaneous vessels.[] […] of Stokes Pemberton's signSuperior vena cava syndrome usually presents more gradually with an increase in symptoms over time as malignancies increase in size or invasiveness[]

  • Traumatic Asphyxia

    Severe craniocervical cyanosis with petechiae was present in all patients. Four patients had temporary neurologic impairment.[] Traumatic asphyxia is a distinctive clinical syndrome characterized by cervicofacial cyanosis and edema, multiple petechiae, and subconjunctival hemorrhage after a severe[] Traumatic asphyxia is an uncommon syndrome of craniocervical cyanosis, facial petechiae, and subconjunctival hemorrhages following severe crush injury to the thorax.[]

  • Ludwig's Angina

    It is manifested by voice changes, inability to swallow saliva and blue discoloration of the face and skin (cyanosis).[] The presence of stridor, dyspnea, decreased air movement or cyanosis suggests impending airway compromise.[] Swelling and pain in the floor of the mouth  Dysphagia, odynophagia, drooling, trismus, and fetid breath  Hoarseness, stridor, respiratory distress, decreased air movement, cyanosis[]

  • Acute Mediastinitis

    Patients may also present with odynophagia, dyspnea, tachypnea, cyanosis, tachycardia, fever, and hypotension which may develop within hours of the perforation.[]

  • Raynaud Phenomenon

    Methemoglobinemia and sulfhemoglobinemia are rare causes of cyanosis that can be medication-induced. Both are known complications of therapy with phenazopyridine.[] These can either be triphasic (pallor, cyanosis, and hyperemia), biphasic (cyanosis and erythema), or uni-phasic (either pallor or cyanosis) in nature.[] […] as pallor plus cyanosis or cyanosis plus erythema.[]

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  • Raynaud's Disease

    Attacks were defined as occurring if two of the possible three color changes (pallor, cyanosis, and rubor) occurred, and serial photographs were scored by three independent[] In some patients only pallor or cyanosis occurs.[] INTRODUCTION: Raynaud's disease is a disorder that is characterized by attacks of pain, cyanosis, redness, and numbness in the upper extremities caused by vasospasm of digital[]

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  • Cold Exposure

    J Therm Biol. 2018 Oct;77:137-144. doi: 10.1016/j.jtherbio.2018.08.016. Epub 2018 Aug 23. Author information 1 Department of Internal Medicine, Erasmus MC, University Medical Center Rotterdam, PO Box 2040, 3000 CA Rotterdam, the Netherlands; Department of Physiology, Faculty of Medicine, Chulalongkorn University, 1873,[…][]

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  • Asthma

    […] you: otc inhalers Seek medical help immediately for: Fast breathing with chest retractions (skin sucks in between or around the chest plate and/or rib bones when inhaling) Cyanosis[] Extrathoracic respiratory signs should also be systematically looked for, including cyanosis, finger deformation, pulsus paradoxus, and pursed lips breathing.[] Advanced COPD symptoms include cyanosis, headaches, weight loss, pulmonary hypertension, and coughing up blood. What is COPD?[]

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  • Atelectasis

    Atelectasis and Pneumothorax Lungs Pain Trouble breathing Faintness Cyanosis Mucus plug Tumor Inhaled foreign object Physical trauma to the lung Wound Overview Atelectasis[] Symptoms In acute atelectasis in which there is sudden obstruction of the bronchus, there may be dyspnea and cyanosis, elevation of temperature, a drop in blood pressure,[] The heart rate and breathing rate may increase, and sometimes the person may look bluish (a condition called cyanosis ) because oxygen levels in the blood are low.[]

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  • Pulmonary Emphysema

    This compares with the hypercapnoea and cyanosis of chronic bronchitis with patients referred to as "blue bloaters".[] Other symptoms of emphysema include the following: Cyanosis (bluish tint to the lips, fingertips, and skin; caused by low levels of oxygen [O2] in the blood) Edema (swelling[] Signs of emphysema include: tachypnea absence of cyanosis pursed-lip breathing, tripod position chest hyperinflation "barrel chest" reduced breath sounds hyper-resonant to[]

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