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6,715 Possible Causes for Cough, Maxillary Sinusitis, Subcutaneous Crepitus

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    This paper discusses the mechanism of cough in man and describes some clinical investigations on the effects of codeine on cough associated with URTI.[] Maxillary sinuses are posterior to the cheekbones; use digital pressure and percussion on the cheeks to elicit tenderness.[] Subjects with productive cough or no cough showed no consistent changes during infection.[]

    Missing: Subcutaneous Crepitus
  • Sinusitis

    Boodman, , "The girl who couldn't stop coughing," 5 Apr. 2018 Considering that sinus infections are so common—over 30 million people are diagnosed with[] PURPOSE: Otolaryngologists, dentists and maxilla-facial surgeons see patients suffering from odontogenic maxillary sinusitis on a daily routine.[] Boodman,, "The girl who couldn't stop coughing," 5 Apr. 2018 Considering that sinus infections are so common—over 30 million people are diagnosed with sinus[]

    Missing: Subcutaneous Crepitus
  • Hay Fever

    Indicators of home dampness were strongly and significantly associated with dry cough, wheeze, and rhinitis symptoms.[] Asthma symptoms include: tight chest shortness of breath coughing wheezing.[] Check if you have hay fever Symptoms of hay fever include: sneezing and coughing a runny or blocked nose itchy, red or watery eyes itchy throat, mouth, nose and ears loss[]

    Missing: Subcutaneous Crepitus
  • Acute Sinusitis

    Antibiotics and decongestants alleviated the sinusitis, but the symptoms of cough and dyspnea as well as spirometric defects necessitated treatment of acute lung rejection[] OBJECTIVES: This study was undertaken to evaluate the aerobic and anaerobic microbiology of acute maxillary sinusitis of odontogenic origin presenting with periodontal infection[] Importantly, in viral URIs, nasal congestion and cough improve toward the end of the illness. 1,3 Persistent illness.[]

    Missing: Subcutaneous Crepitus
  • Alveolar Rupture

    Physical examination showed that the patient had recovered from perioral cyanosis, but she had developed subcutaneous emphysema with crepitus over the clavicle and axillary[] Coughing leading to spontaneous pneumomediastinum and subcutaneous emphysema in a young male.[] On physical examination, crepitus (subcutaneous emphysema) is commonly present in the chest wall or neck.[]

  • Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis

    You cough up blood. You have blood in your urine. You have other symptoms of this disorder. There is no known prevention.[] Abstract A 67-year-old Japanese man was diagnosed with granulomatosis with polyangiitis based on the presence of right maxillary sinusitis, proteinase 3 antineutrophil cytoplasmic[] Osseous erosion has a predilection for the anterior ethmoid region; however, sites of erosion involving the posterior ethmoid, sphenoid, and frontal and maxillary sinuses[]

    Missing: Subcutaneous Crepitus
  • Chronic Sinusitis

    Although "runny nose" had a direct correlation with improvement, more severe "sadness" and "cough" scores had a negative impact on degree of improvement.[] The maxillary sinuses were divided into 2 groups: CMS and no maxillary sinusitis.[] Halitosis, fatigue, dental pain, cough, ear pressure, fullness.[]

    Missing: Subcutaneous Crepitus
  • Mediastinal Emphysema

    She was also noticed to have subcutaneous swelling and crepitus over the neck and upper anterior chest region, bilateral rhonchi with prolonged expiratory phase.[] Keywords: Intercostal Lung Herniation; Cough/Sneeze; Surgical Procedure 1.[] Para nasal sinuses (waters view) revealed right maxillary sinusitis.[]

  • Anaerobic Bacterial Infection

    Note: crepitus and crepitation are interchangeable. debridement: removal of devitalized tissue crepitation: build up of gas in subcutaneous tissues usually due to C. perfingens[] Patients often have cough with large amounts of foul smelling sputum.[] sinusitis 93 93 13 126 adults Chronic maxillary sinusitis 90 88 14 68 adults Chronic maxillary sinusitis 100 82 15 190 adults Chronic maxillary sinusitis 150 68 16 114 adults[]

  • Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia

    Paranasal sinus computed tomography (CT) showed maxillary sinusitis and ethmoid sinusitis.[] KEYWORDS: Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia [PCD]; chronic wet cough.; neonatal respiratory distress; persistent rhinosinusitis; situs inversus[] , due to Excessively Long Cilia maxillary sinusitis Meckel syndrome 1 Meckel syndrome 2 Meckel syndrome 3 primary ciliary dyskinesia primary ciliary dyskinesia 10 primary[]

    Missing: Subcutaneous Crepitus

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