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5,335 Possible Causes for Coma, Hyperhidrosis or Diaphoresis, Larynx Ulcer

  • Tuberculosis

    At admission, his consciousness had deteriorated to semi-coma, and his renal function also rapidly deteriorated to hepatorenal syndrome.[] At a fairly late stage, the tuberculosis bacillus may cause ulcers or inflammation around the larynx (tuberculous laryngitis ).[] Tuberculous meningitis presents with headache, altered mental status, fever and sometimes coma.[]

  • Alcohol Abuse

    Confusion Memory problems Concentration problems Alcohol poisoning Breathing problems Car crashes and other accidents Risky behavior Violent behavior Suicide and homicide Coma[] […] inflammation of the pancreas (pancreatitis) increased risk of cancers of the mouth, throat, larynx and oesophagus sexual dysfunction in men Combining Alcohol and Drugs It[] These effects can include: Reduced inhibitions Slurred speech Motor impairment Confusion Memory problems Concentration problems Coma Breathing problems Death Other risks of[]

  • Hypoglycemia

    Convert to ICD-10-CM : 251.0 converts directly to: 2015/16 ICD-10-CM E15 Nondiabetic hypoglycemic coma Approximate Synonyms Coma, hypoglycemic Coma, hypoglycemic, nondiabetic[] Convert to ICD-10-CM : 251.1 converts approximately to: 2015/16 ICD-10-CM E16.0 Drug-induced hypoglycemia without coma Or: 2015/16 ICD-10-CM E16.1 Other hypoglycemia Approximate[] Severe hypoglycemia eventually lead to glucose deprivation of the central nervous system resulting in hunger; sweating; paresthesia; impaired mental function; seizures; coma[]

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  • Hepatocellular Carcinoma

    This argues that she likely had hyperammonemia prior to her coma presentation and that she was somewhat tolerant to this elevation.[] Patient’s temperature was 36.6 C and Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) 15/15. The abdomen was soft, non-tender, and non-distended. No mass could be appreciated.[] Clinical features of elevated ammonia levels include changes in sleep-wake cycle, irritability, confusion, and if untreated can lead to seizures, coma, and eventually death[]

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  • Hypokalemia

    Hypokalemic patients tended to have lower fasting glucose at admission, lower Glasgow coma scale score, and longer time from symptom onset to treatment compared with normokalemic[] Other causes include infusion of large amounts of glucose or alkali substances, liver cirrhosis and diabetic coma.[] […] ketoacidosis poor fluid intake diuretic use osmotic diuresis vomiting and diarrhea central and nephrogenic diabetes insipidus hypertonic sodium gain Presentation stupor coma[]

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  • Insulinoma

    Misdiagnosis and delay in treatment are common and prolonged hypoglycemia can lead to permanent neurological deficit or fatal coma.[] He became responsive 12 days after the onset of coma.[] Or it can be severe, leading to seizures, coma, and even death. Insulinomas are very rare tumors. They usually occur as single, small tumors.[]

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  • Thyroid Crisis

    Coma is a rare complication of thyrotoxicosis. A patient with coma due to a thyroid crisis is reported.[] […] cause an increased severity in both conditions has long been recognized. 1 These two conditions reach their most extreme states in the form of thyroid crisis and diabetic coma[] Rhabdomyolysis is occasionally associated with metabolic disorders such as diabetic coma, severe electrolyte disturbances and myxedema coma.[]

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  • Subacute Sclerosing Panencephalitis

    The patient's electroencephalography on admission showed an alpha coma pattern.[] Despite oral inosiplex and supportive care, patient developed generalized seizures with frequent myoclonic jerks and rapidly progressed into coma.[] Atypical forms of presentation such as generalized seizures and acute or subacute coma can be observed rarely.[]

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  • Delirium

    Likewise, patients in the no delirium group were categorized as "normal" (ie, no episodes of delirium or coma) or as "coma-normal" (ie, transient coma [eg, coma due to sedative[] " (ie, delirium and coma).[] Delirium occurred in 77.9% (60/77) of those without coma and in 83.7% (123/147) of those with coma ( P .29).[]

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  • Malignant Hyperthermia

    In some patients, tracheal intubation (see Tracheal Intubation ), paralysis, and induced coma are required to control symptoms and provide support.[] Nevertheless, severe CNS impairment, such as confusion, delirium, coma or seizures, was required in all cases.[] The extreme temperature elevation, hyperkalemia, acidosis, and cerebral edema can affect the central nervous system (CNS), causing coma, areflexia, and dilated pupils.[]

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