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440 Possible Causes for cornea, Exertional Dyspnea

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  • Hypertension

    […] on exertion Angina pectoris Palpitations Nausea Disturbed vision Nervousness Anxiety Diaphoresis When hypertension is not detected by blood pressure control, it often is[] The aqueous flows through the pupil and fills the anterior chamber of the eye, which is the space between the iris and the cornea .[] Kidney disease Congenital or familial renal disease Sleep apnea Primary hypertension Child's history Chest pain Cardiovascular disease Diaphoresis (abnormal) Endocrinopathies Dyspnea[]

  • Graves Disease

    dyspnea.[] Rarely it may progress to affect the integrity of the cornea and may even endanger vision.[] In some patients, eye protrusion makes it difficult for the lids to close properly and the cornea becomes exposed and vulnerable.[]

  • Hemochromatosis

    A woman in her 70s was admitted with progressive dyspnea on exertion.[] They appear as a rusty brown-green ring around the cornea and may be viewed more easily using an ophthalmologist’s slit lamp ( Figure 3 ). Figure 3.[]

  • Respiratory Bronchiolitis Interstitial Lung Disease

    The onset is usually insidious with exertional dyspnea and persistent cough, which may be non-productive, developing over a course of weeks or months.[] Eyes are the next most involved organ; xerophtalmia is often incapacitating and causes photophobia and impaired night vision, while cornea dryness can be complicated by keratitis[] The onset is usually insidious, with exertional dyspnea and progressive persistent cough, which may be nonproductive.[]

  • Lymphangioleiomyomatosis

    Scaling suggested ATAQ-LAM should have a four-domain structure (Exertional dyspnea, IC 0.94; Cough, IC 0.91; Fatigue, IC 0.91; Emotional Well-Being, IC 0.89).[] M aruyama et al. [ 124 ] showed that thioglycolate-activated CD11b macrophages were able to transdifferentiate into LEC in cornea inflammation models.[] Despite excessive estrogen production during pregnancy she had mild non-progressive exertional dyspnea without limitation of daily activities during pregnancy without deterioration[]

  • Sarcoidosis

    A 64-year-old woman was admitted to our hospital for blurred vision, muscle weakness of extremities, Raynaud's phenomenon, and exertional dyspnea.[] Calcium deposits in connective tissue or the cornea, tear duct enlargements or retinal vasculitis may also occur.[] Almost any part of the eye can be affected -- the membranes of the eyelids, cornea, outer coat of the eyeball (sclera), retina, and lens.[]

  • Systemic Scleroderma

    Exertional dyspnea and dry cough are the most common presenting symptoms in patients with SSc who develop pulmonary involvement.[] Cornea guttata was found in two aged SSc patients.[] Lung fibrosis and interstitial lung disease are common and can impair gas exchange, leading to exertional dyspnea and restrictive disease with eventual respiratory failure[]

  • Pulmonary Sarcoidosis

    We herein report the case of a 40-year-old woman with pulmonary sarcoidosis who presented with dyspnea on exertion.[] Inflammation of the conjunctiva, cornea and uveal tract causes redness, pain, and light sensitivity. 47. What is the cause of the constant and persistent cough?[] Pulmonary symptoms range from none to exertional dyspnea and, rarely, lung or other organ failure.[]

  • Pericarditis

    After treatment with diuretics, the peripheral edema improved significantly, but the patient still complained of severe dyspnea on exertion during the hospitalization.[] […] recovery if there are no complications. [27] Colchicine can be toxic when ingested, inhaled, or absorbed in the eyes. [13] Colchicine can cause a temporary clouding of the cornea[] Pre-cath cardiology HPI: “…male with a pmhx of CAD s/p LAD stent, HLD, who presents with 2 weeks of decreased exercise tolerance and dyspnea with exertion which has progressed[]

  • Amyloidosis

    He reported exertional dyspnea and worsening peripheral edema over the previous two months.[] Cornea 2010;29:1328–9. 21.0 21.1 Mansour AM, Hidayat AA, Gorevic PD.[] MGUS and myeloma patients that have atypical features, including unexplained weight loss; lower extremity edema, early satiety, and dyspnea on exertion should be considered[]

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