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164 Possible Causes for Costochondritis, Normal Chest X-Ray

  • Costochondritis

    Costochondritis, on the other hand, develops in older adults ( 40 years of age) and without swelling of the adjacent tissues.[] A chest X-ray was done and reported as normal. He also had a full blood count, which showed a leucocytosis with normal differential count.[] Chest pain can be a sign of a heart attack, so doctors usually order an electrocardiogram, a chest X ray and several blood tests.[]

  • Acute Myocardial Infarction

    Common musculoskeletal disorders include costochondritis, rib fracture, toothache, and muscle strain.[]

  • Lung Hernia

    CT thorax shows a herniating left lower lobe that results from a defect in the sixth intercostal space and dislocation of the rib at the costochondral junction.[] CPR occasionally results in the fracture of the ribs, especially anteriorly at the costochondral junction, due to the absence of external intercostal muscles.[] […] would have pushed the lung abscess to herniate into the chest wall after traversing the pleura. [8] On the anterior aspect of the chest wall, weakness usually occurs from costochondral[]

  • Pulmonary Embolism

    I smoke and I take anti contraceptive and i know that I am at a risk for pulmonary embolism or costochondritis. Cat it be something else? A.[] A normal chest X-ray greatly increases the likelihood of a definitive VQ scan result.[] The chest X-ray is often normal in pulmonary embolism. The EKG may be usually normal, but may demonstrate a rapid heart rate, a sinus tachycardia (heart rate 100 bpm).[]

  • Viral Pleurisy

    Though not causes of pleuritis per se, conditions such as pericarditis, perforated viscus, and costochondritis should be considered in the differential diagnosis when patients[] A chest X-ray is normal in the common infection with a germ (a viral pleurisy) but may show up abnormalities when there are some other causes of the pain.[] But this type of chest pain can be caused by conditions that do not affect the pleura, such as chest muscle strain and costochondritis .[]

  • Chest Wall Injury

    There is tenderness over the costochondral or chondrosternal joints.[] To test the validity of this hypothesis, we performed aortograms on 14 patients with severe blunt chest injury but an otherwise normal chese X-ray.[] Broken ribs Thoracic aortic aneurysms Disorders of the mediastinum, the space between the lungs, breastbone, and spine Chest tube insertion Collapsed lung (Pneumothorax) Costochondritis[]

  • Hyperventilation

    Costochondritis and Tietze Syndrome Costochondritis is inflammation of the cartilage where the ribs attach to the sternum. Tietze syndrome affects the same region of...[] Routine laboratory studies and chest X-ray were normal, but arterial blood gas examination on room air showed respiratory alkalosis, regardless of wakefulness or sleep.[]

  • Pulmonary Consolidation

    NON-PULMONARY CAUSES: Tietze's Syndrome (Costochondritis): Superficial chest pain with local tenderness.[] Pulmonary consolidation Pneumonia as seen on chest X-ray. A : Normal chest X-ray.[] On a normal chest x-ray, the interstitial tissues are too small to see. Only when they are abnormally thickened do they manifest as thin visible lines.[]

  • Congenital Cortical Hyperostoses

    […] naturally-occurring” fractures Sternal and scapular fractures Vertebral body fractures and subluxations Sites of skeletal trauma Multiple ribs Transverse fracture of sternum Costochondral[] X-rays showed uniform a periosteal reaction in the tibia from metaphysis to metaphysis. The fibula was normal. Chest X-ray and blood investigations were normal.[] Cornelia-de Lange syndrome [醫]濃眉-小頭-短肢綜合征 Corpus callosum syndrome [醫]胼胝體綜合征 Corpus luteum deficiency syndrome [醫]黃體缺乏綜合征 Cortical paralysis of fixation syndrome [醫]凝視性皮質麻痹綜合征 Costochondral[]

  • X-Linked Osteoporosis with Fractures

    Phenotype Rickets, osteomalacia, late dentition, tooth abscesses secondary to poor mineralization, bowing of lower extremities, enlarged costochondral junctions of the ribs[] With this test you are exposed to a small amount of radiation—less than the amount in a normal chest X-ray. What do DXA scan results mean?[] The classic “rachitic rosary” of the chest is due to cartilage overgrowth and metaphyseal splaying at the costochondral junction of the ribs.[]

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