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1,913 Possible Causes for Dry Cough, Laryngomalacia, Laryngomalacia (in Some Patients)

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  • Acute Laryngitis

    Moxa and needle UB-23, KI-3 Clinical Manifestations Dry cough with little or no sputum Sputum is difficult to expectorate Maybe hemoptysis Cough may cause chest pain Dry or[] Physiotherapy in the treatment of acute laryngitis Depending on the phase of the disease, physiotherapy can vary: The first phase of the disease is characterized by dry cough[] The primary symptoms are hoarseness (loss of voice) and a dry cough. Acute laryngitis may progress to chronic laryngitis if symptoms persists for more than three weeks.[]

    Missing: Laryngomalacia (in Some Patients)
  • Tracheomalacia

    He presented at 12 years of age with a 5-month history of shortness of breath on exertion, dry cough, and audible wheeze.[] Some patients may develop mild stridor with respiratory infection, exertion, or crying throughout childhood.[] The child may therefore have to cough quite hard in order to clear this dry and therefore extra-sticky mucus.[]

  • Croup

    What does croup cough sound like? Croup is a dry cough that sounds like a seal barking.[] OBJECTIVES: To determine if children with recurrent croup (RC) and persistent laryngomalacia (LM) clinically improve after supraglottoplasty (SGP).[] Laryngomalacia is the most common cause of neonatal stridor, accounting for up to 60% of cases [1].[]

    Missing: Laryngomalacia (in Some Patients)
  • Spasmodic Croup

    There is a sudden oppression of breathing with the chracteristic dry, resonant cough accompanied with a crowing inspiration, accomplished with great effort.[] Laryngomalacia , the most common cause of stridor, is the inward collapse of the supraglottic structures during inspiration.[] Laryngomalacia or another congenital cause of upper airway stenosis (eg, aortic arch abnormality causing external airway compression). Peritonsillar abscess (quinsy).[]

    Missing: Laryngomalacia (in Some Patients)
  • Tracheoesophageal Fistula

    Laryngomalacia, in which the tissues of the voice box are soft and floppy, made breathing difficult. A heart defect made Shaika very weak.[] Of the analyzed patients, 4.3% (n 6) were diagnosed with laryngomalacia. Eighteen patients (12.9%) were diagnosed with subglottic stenosis.[] Significant airway anomalies, including laryngomalacia, subglottic stenosis, tracheomalacia and vocal fold paresis, have been detected in some studies.[]

    Missing: Laryngomalacia (in Some Patients)
  • Tracheal Edema

    A collapsed trachea is formed as a result of defect in the cartilage, that makes the cartilage unable to support the trachea and results in dry hacking cough.[] Laryngomalacia Laryngomalacia is a collapse of the supraglottic laryngeal structures.[] Differential diagnosis includes vascular malformations, laryngomalacia, asthma, croup, or bronchiolitis.[]

    Missing: Laryngomalacia (in Some Patients)
  • Bronchiolitis

    There will be: Very low FEV1 ( Dry cough SOB Wheeze There is very little treatment. Some cases may improve with a lung transplant.[] Airway abnormalities: Children with laryngomalacia, tracheomalacia, and cleft lip or palate may have difficulty managing increased upper airway secretions.[] He might also have a more troublesome, dry cough and may also be reluctant to feed, probably because he's having trouble breathing through his nose.[]

    Missing: Laryngomalacia (in Some Patients)
  • Upper Respiratory 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,[] cough.[] A non-productive (non-mucus producing) cough is usually present with the flu (sometimes referred to as dry cough). Usually only if asthma present as well.[]

    Missing: Laryngomalacia Laryngomalacia (in Some Patients)
  • Viral Upper Respiratory Tract Infection

    Other symptoms include sore throat, dry mouth, cough, posttussive emesis, hyposmia, and fatigability.[] cough, with lingering fatigue and malaise; elderly patients may also present with confusion and somnolence Physical exam Common cold–nasal voice, macerated skin over the[] Sometimes Common (mild to moderate, hacking) [4] Common (dry cough, can be severe) Headache Uncommon Rare Common Fever Never Rare in adults, possible in children [4] Very[]

    Missing: Laryngomalacia Laryngomalacia (in Some Patients)
  • Viral Lower Respiratory Infection

    It starts suddenly, with a high temperature, a sore throat or a dry cough, as well as sore muscles and joints, and back pain or a headache.[] cough is usually dry (no sputum from the lung is being produced); with post-nasal drip, the cough may bring up some of the nasal secretions that have dripped into the back[] Upper Respiratory Infection Symptoms Symptoms of the common cold may include: stuffiness (nasal congestion), runny nose, low grade fever, post-nasal drip, and cough ; the[]

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