Create issue ticket

506 Possible Causes for Dry Cough, Increased Susceptibility to Infections, Lymphadenopathy

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    […] to infection.[] Subjects with dry cough (n 14) had lower C5 values during infection than both baseline and recovery, and lower C2 values during infection than recovery; in these subjects,[] Primary HIV infection can be another cause of lymphadenopathy.[]

  • Adenovirus Infection

    Increasingly potent immunosuppressive agents have reduced the incidence of rejection of transplanted organs while increasing patient susceptibility to opportunistic infections[] cough Fever lasting 2 to 4 days Illness subsiding in 10 to 14 days DDx: rhinovirus, influenza, parainfluenza, RSV Viral pneumonia Sudden onset of high fever, rapid infection[] […] causes outbreaks) manifests with fever, vomiting, diarrhea, muscle pain and malaise, usually after an incubation period of 1-14 days, whereas rhinitis, fever, and cervical lymphadenopathy[]

  • Pneumonia

    susceptibility to infection have caused concern. 5 Of special interest is the possibility that acid-suppressive drugs could increase susceptibility to respiratory infections[] She was admitted to clinic with a 2-week history of dyspnoea, dry cough and fever.[] The clinical symptoms of the patient were dry cough, chills, night sweats and high fevers.[]

  • Hodgkin Lymphoma

    Increased susceptibility to infections Liver and kidney damage Abnormal blood clotting (thrombocytopenia) Allergic reactions Long-Term Complications Some side effects of chemotherapy[] We report the case of a 16 years old female who presented with 6 months history of dry cough, hemoptysis, dyspnea, dysphagia and dysphonia.[] Although all the radiological examinations suggested an osseous anomaly, histopathologic evaluation of the pelvic lymphadenopathies provided definite diagnosis of the disease[]

  • Viral Upper Respiratory Tract Infection

    Consequently, external agents such as allergens and pollutants that damage airway epithelium could increase susceptibility to infection and/or lead to more-severe infections[] Other symptoms include sore throat, dry mouth, cough, posttussive emesis, hyposmia, and fatigability.[] […] over the nostrils, inflamed nasal mucosa; GABHS-related pharyngitis–pharyngeal erythema/exudate, palatal petechiae–popularly, “doughnut lesions,” tender anterior cervical lymphadenopathy[]

  • Common Cold

    susceptibility to infections.[] cough, cough with expectoration) and comprising all 11 symptoms were analysed.[] Infectious mononucleosis (glandular fever) : presents with persistent severe sore throat, fever, cervical lymphadenopathy and malaise; it is particularly common in teenagers[]

  • Pulmonary Sarcoidosis

    susceptibility to infection Metabolic: Hypokalemia, sodium retention, fluid retention, weight gain, osteoporosis Musculoskeletal: muscle atrophy, weakness Other: pancreatitis[] In the first case, fluticasone at 400 microg/day was initiated, because dry cough and small nodular shadows on chest X-ray persisted for six months.[] Abstract Objective For lung cancer complicated with sarcoidosis, there are no exact features that indicate whether lymphadenopathy is metastatic.[]

  • Measles

    Well Measles May Increase Susceptibility to Other Infections See next articles See previous articles Photo A nurse draws MMR vaccine for a pediatric vaccination at Kaiser[] cough, and red-brown spotty rash (see below).[] The child presented with high fever, cough, cervical lymphadenopathy, and maculopapular rash followed by vesicular skin rash.[]

  • Schistosomiasis

    T-cell deficit is associated with increased susceptibility to fungal infections of skin and mucous membranes.[] Symptoms include: Dry cough with changes on chest X-ray Fever Fatigue Muscle aches Malaise Abdominal pain Enlargement of both the liver and the spleenThe symptoms usually[] Four to 8 weeks after exposure, an acute illness can develop, manifested by fever, malaise, cough, rash, abdominal pain, diarrhea, nausea, lymphadenopathy, and eosinophilia[]

  • Q Fever

    Hereditary haemochromatosis is associated with increased susceptibility to some infections.[] Common symptoms may include: Dry cough (nonproductive) Fever Headache Joint pain (arthralgia) Muscle pains Other symptoms that may develop include: Abdominal pain Chest pain[] Meningoencephalitis, thyroiditis, pericarditis, myocarditis, mesenteric lymphadenopathy, hemolytic anemia, and nephritis are rare manifestations.[]

Similar symptoms