Chapter 64: Depositional Diseases of the Lungs -- Part 6:Drug-Induced Lung Diseases -- Chapter 65: Pulmonary Toxicity Related to Chemotherapeutic Agents -- Chapter 66: Drug-Induced
[…] yet not all victims will show signs of every symptom: Confusion and disorientation Fever Wheezing and/or noisy breathing Shortness of breath Difficulties with swallowing Hoarse
[…] swallowing Shortness of breath, rapid breathing, or noisy breathing Chest pain or a rapid heartbeat Confusion, fatigue, or changes in alertness Voice changes such as gurgling and hoarseness
Hoarseness of voice Irritation of vocal cords can cause hoarseness of voice. Hoarseness of voice Irritation of vocal cords can cause hoarseness of voice.
A 21-year-old man was admitted to our outpatient clinic with retrosternal chest pain, dysphagia, and odynophagia complaints, which occurred within 2 weeks after starting dexketoprofen
Symptoms may include: Cough Difficulty swallowing Painful swallowing Heartburn (acid reflux) Hoarseness Sore throat Treatment depends on the cause.
An increasing amount of evidence indicates that gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is a contributing factor to hoarseness, throat clearing, throat discomfort, chronic
Numerous other manifestations related to gastroesophageal reflux and considered atypical have been described, such as retrosternal chest pain without evidence of coronary
A 36-year-old woman had dyspnea, hoarseness, chest pain, and wheezes without relief for a decade. Neuropsychiatric evaluations disclosed mild depression.
Signs of serious allergic reaction can include breathing problems, hoarseness or wheezing, hives, paleness, weakness, a fast heartbeat, or dizziness.
A 57-year-old white man presented to the Emergency Department with sudden onset of severe, nonexertional, retrosternal, pressure-like chest pain for a few hours and with fever
Hoarse, dry or sore throat, cough and possible mild chest discomfort become more noticeable. You may feel tired or flat. Day 8: Symptoms decrease.
Symptoms included hoarseness (8/12), dysphagia (6/12), and hemoptysis (1/12). There was poor correlation between oral lesions and esophageal or laryngeal involvement.
The most common symptomatology consists in odynophagia, dysphagia and retrosternal chest pain, but epigastralgia, vomiting and gastrointestinal bleeding can also occur.
The most common symptoms associated with esophageal candidiasis are dysphagia, odynophagia, and retrosternal chest pain.
His presenting symptom was hoarseness of three months duration.
Abstract Hoarseness due to left recurrent laryngeal nerve paralysis was first described in 1897 by Norbert Ortner.
[…] present a patient with previous aortic valve replacement for a bicuspid valve who had been suffering from a chronic cough for 8 months and who developed subsequent voice hoarseness
Your voice may go hoarse, and you may not be able to swallow. Respiratory distress is a life-threatening emergency. It requires immediate medical attention.
[…] cramps hives swelling of the lips diarrhea itchy skin anxiety headache joint swelling coughing, sneezing, wheezing shortness of breath itchy mouth and throat nasal congestion hoarseness
Symptoms of anaphylaxis may include: difficult or noisy breathing difficulty talking and/or hoarse voice a swollen tongue persistent dizziness or collapse swelling or tightness
No statistically significant correlation was found between intubation and any of the classic symptoms of smoke inhalation: stridor, hoarseness, drooling, and dysphagia (all
Clinical features of airway burns include soot in the airway, stridor, hoarseness, singed nose hair, and mucosal ulceration Historically, survivors of explosions and fires
Hoarseness: This may be a sign that fluids are collecting in the upper airway causing a blockage.
METHODS: Children were classified as having recurrent croup if they had had 2 or more episodes of barky cough, inspiratory stridor, and hoarseness.
Decreased mobility of the vocal cords due to edema leads to the associated hoarseness.
[…] narrowing process of recurrent croup can be attributed to gastroesophageal reflux and should be considered in any child with persistent barky cough, inspiratory stridor, and hoarseness
Uncommon symptoms include cough, hemoptysis and hoarseness.
Rarely, people with pulmonary hypertension become hoarse.
Cough, hemoptysis, and hoarseness are less common symptoms. Women are more likely to be symptomatic than men.
Study objectives: Primary to demonstrate a hoarseness or cough relief within 20 minutes after first administration of treatment with the spray.
The child then develops the characteristic “barking” cough, hoarseness, and inspiratory stridor.
The voice from the accompanying laryngitis (see) may be hoarse.
Classic symptoms include edema, plethora, and distended veins of the face, neck, and chest; shortness of breath; cough; headache; and hoarseness.
This report describes the case of a 35 year old male patient who presented with acute symptoms of dyspnoea, facial puffiness, engorged neck veins and hoarseness of voice.
Common symptoms of SVCS include: Swelling of the face, neck, upper body, and arms Trouble breathing or shortness of breath Coughing Rare symptoms of SVCS include: Hoarseness
[…] be suspected in any patient with symptoms including coughing for more than 3 weeks, loss of appetite, unexplained weight loss, night sweats, bloody sputum or hemoptysis, hoarseness
[…] chronic cough include a runny or stuffy nose, a feeling of liquid running down the back of the throat (postnasal drip), frequent throat clearing (coughing) and sore throat, hoarseness
Symptoms of mitral valve stenosis can include: Coughing up of blood Fatigue Fluid retention and swelling in the legs and abdomen (symptoms of right-sided heart failure) Hoarseness
Less common symptoms include hemoptysis due to rupture of small pulmonary vessels and pulmonary edema, particularly during pregnancy when blood volume increases; hoarseness
The patient felt an aggravated headache three days after chemotherapy accompanied by hoarseness, dysphagia, and frequent vomiting, and the Karnofsky performance status score
[…] the NIDA reports that those who snort the drug will increase their chances of: Losing their sense of smell Chronic nosebleeds Irritation or breakdown of the nasal septum Hoarseness
Regularly snorting cocaine can lead to loss of sense of smell, nosebleeds, problems with swallowing, hoarseness, and an overall irritation of the nasal septum leading to a
Manic behavior Aggression Severe paranoia Constant scratching or complaints of itching Collapse of nostrils Insomnia Depression Anxiety Loss of sense of smell Chronically hoarse
Vomiting with blood, increased salivation ( salivation ), cough and hoarseness due to swelling of the epiglottis, larynx and trachea.
chest pain, mild dysphagia, and odynophagia.
Left untreated, GERD can sometimes lead to other problems, including: Inflammation and ulcers in the esophagus Hoarseness Lung disease Barrett's esophagus -- a change in the
Symptoms can include: cough shortness of breath chest pain fever/chills night sweats coughing up blood unexplained weight loss swollen lymph nodes respiratory blockage hoarseness
You may be hoarse or have a cough. What can I do to help?
You still sound hoarse after a few days. You have bubbles under the skin around the collarbone. These may crackle and pop when you press on them.
If you’re worried, ask your doctor before your procedure about whether you should rest your voice until any hoarseness goes away.
Some patients may also exhibit shortness of breath and retrosternal (behind the breast bone) type of chest pain.
Later, you may have symptoms such as Painful or difficult swallowing Weight loss A hoarse voice or cough that doesn't go away You're at greater risk for getting esophageal
Less commonly odynophagia, hoarseness of voice, coughing, or chest pain can be presenting features.
Abstract Objectives Theoretically, video-assisted mediastinoscopy (VM) should provide a decrease in the incidence of hoarseness in comparison with conventional mediastinoscopy
Transient laryngeal recurrent nerve palsy manifested as prolonged hoarseness of voice was the only minor complication in 3 cases (5.5%).
The most common complication was hoarseness (n 8). Complications were seen significantly more often after VAMLA than after VAM (11.3% vs. 2.6%, P 0.04).
Subacute disorders lasting weeks to months include sarcoidosis, drug-induced interstitial lung disease, alveolar hemorrhage syndrome, BOOP, and connective-tissue diseases.
The risks of bronchoscopy are generally minor — most often a temporary sore throat and hoarseness from the passage of the bronchoscope — but the tissue samples are sometimes
Duration of illness Acute disorders last days to weeks and include acute interstitial pneumonitis, eosinophilic pneumonia, and diffuse alveolar hemorrhage.
Constant sore throat and hoarse voice. Burns or blisters on the lips. Burns or blisters on the fingers. Coughing up dark phlegm. Incoherent or disorganized speech.
Regular intranasal use (snorting) of cocaine, for example, can lead to loss of the sense of smell; nosebleeds; problems with swallowing; hoarseness; and a chronically runny
[…] however, they often result from compression of the surrounding structures and may include: Cough Shortness of breath Chest pain Fever Chills Night sweats Coughing up blood Hoarseness
We report a 31 years old female with a history of retrosternal pain. A chest CAT scan showed a tumor in the posterior mediastinum.
[…] which are sometimes mistakenly attributed to a cold or flu, include shortness of breath, cough, fever, chills, night sweats, unexplained weight loss, swollen lymph nodes and hoarseness
In the following 2 months, he gradually developed hoarseness and diplopia at the left and lower fields of vision.
Some people develop a stuffy nose, cough and hoarse voice or blocked sinuses with pain in the face. Crusting and ulcers around the nostrils can occur.
Respiratory tract: runny nose, sneezing, hoarseness, bloody nose, sinus pain, shortness of breath, and cough within 12 to 24 hours of a mild exposure and within 2 to 4 hours
Respiratory tract : Runny nose, sneezing, hoarseness, bloody nose, sinus pain, shortness of breath, and cough may occur within 12-24 hours of a mild exposure and within 2-
[…] irritation, redness, burning, inflammation and even blindness Skin: itchy redness that is replaced with yellow blisters Respiratory system: runny or bloody nose, sneezing, hoarse
A sweet or metallic taste in the mouth may also be reported, along with a dry or irritated throat which may lead to hoarseness.
Patients often report a dry or irritated throat, which may lead to hoarseness and coughing.
A sweet or metallic taste in the mouth may also be reported along with a dry or irritated throat which may lead to hoarseness.
Other symptoms include belching, chronic sore throat, difficulty or pain when swallowing, sudden excess of saliva, hoarseness, sour taste in the mouth, inflammation of the
Reflux can cause heartburn, cough or hoarseness, or no symptoms at all.
[…] taste) oesophagitis (a sore, inflamed oesophagus) bad breath bloating and belching feeling or being sick pain when swallowing and/or difficulty swallowing a sore throat and hoarseness
[…] tumor, symptoms may develop due to pressure on the spinal cord, heart or heart lining (pericardium) and may include: Coughing with or without blood, shortness of breath and hoarseness
Symptomology The prototypical symptom of acute pericarditis is retrosternal chest pain which may also refer to the back and shoulders.
[…] heart or the pericardium (the heart's lining), and may include: Cough Shortness of breath Chest pain (somewhat rare) Flushing Fever Chills Night sweats Coughing up blood Hoarseness