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432 Possible Causes for Dry Cough, Syphilis, Tachycardia

  • Influenza

    The dry cough and fatigue of influenza can last two to three weeks. Signs that influenza is getting worse include fever, shaking chills, and shortness of breath.[] There can also be tachycardia and dyspnea but with hypotension. Vomiting and diarrhea may also occur, but are rare findings associated with the disorder.[] Upon examination, patients may have some or all of the following findings: Fever of 100-104 F; fever is generally lower in elderly patients than in young adults Tachycardia[]

  • Drug-induced Fever

    From the sixth day, she developed high fever with chill and rigor, rhinorrhoea, dry cough, mild breathlessness, and generalized body ache.[] It presents with high fever, tachycardia, sweating, and labile blood pressure.[] The Jarisch-Herxheimer reaction is a febrile reaction caused by the bacteriocidal effect of penicillin on Treponema pallidum during the treatment of syphilis.[]

  • Typhus

    Fever of 7 days (n   75, 83.3 %), myalgia (n   56, 62.2 %), pain abdomen (n   24, 26.7 %), headache (n   24, 26.7 %), nausea/vomiting (n   21, 23.3 %), dry cough (n   21,[] ‘To measles we can add smallpox, tuberculosis, malaria, typhus, typhoid, influenza and syphilis.’[] cough arthralgia myalgia nausea vomiting Physical exam hypotension fever photophobia early rash light rose color and blanches under pressure late rash dull red that does[]

  • Lung Abscess

    cough.[] B- Signs: 1- General ; fever, tachypnea, tachycardia, pallor, clubbing ........etc. 2- Local ; of pleurisy (rub), consolidation (br br, TVF), effusion ( dullness, intensity[] .- ) ankylosing spondylitis ( M45 ) congenital syphilis ( A50.5 ) cryoglobulinemia ( D89.1 ) early congenital syphilis ( A50.0 ) plasminogen deficiency ( E88.02 ) schistosomiasis[]

  • Schistosomiasis

    It is seen, however, in native residents of China infected with S. japonicum . [20] Symptoms include: Dry cough with changes on chest x-ray Fever Fatigue Muscle aches Malaise[] […] with liver disease ( A51.45 ) syphilis (late) with liver disease ( A52.74 ) toxoplasmosis (acquired) hepatitis ( B58.1 ) tuberculosis with liver disease ( A18.83 ) ICD-10[] .- ) nephrocalcinosis ( E83.5 ) schistosomiasis ( B65.0- B65.9 ) Type 1 Excludes disorders of kidney and ureter in: cystinosis ( E72.0 ) gonorrhea ( A54.21 ) syphilis ( A52.75[]

  • Relapsing Fever

    Recurring high fever episodes may be accompanied by symptoms of: rash chills dysuria myalgia diarrhea bleeding arthralgia dizziness headache dry cough weakness photophobia[] This reaction produces apprehension, diaphoresis, fever, tachycardia, and tachypnea, with an initial pressor response followed rapidly by hypotension.[] Agents that cause Lyme disease, relapsing fever, leptospirosis, and syphilis belong to the phylum Spirochaetae-a unique lineage of bacteria most known for their long, spiral[]

  • Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever

    Other than fever of 39 C and tachycardia of 100 beats/min, her vital signs are normal. There are no meningeal signs.[] Secondary syphilis can also present with a palm and sole rash; occasionally, the rash imparts a rust-colored hue.[]

  • Rheumatic Heart Disease

    Pregnancy is associated with many hemodynamic changes including expanded intravascular volume, tachycardia, increased intracardiac dimensions, and valvular regurgitation.[] The main causes of heart affection, as is well known, are congenital developmental defects, rheumatic fever and other infections, syphilis and degenerative changes.[] She presented with supraventricular tachycardia and died in the coronary care unit 4 weeks postpartum.[]

  • Brucellosis

    This patient presented with paroxysmal, pertussis-like dry cough.[] A Venereal Disease Research Laboratory (VDRL) test was requested by the surgery department to rule out secondary syphilis.[] Psittakose Q Q-Fieber: Coxiella burnetti R Rheumatisches Fieber Rickettsien (old) Rückfallfieber (old) S Salmonellose Scharlach: S. pyogenes Schweinerotlauf (old) Shigellose Syphilis[]

  • Furosemide

    CASE REPORT A 63 year old male who started furosemide for lower extremity edema 10 weeks prior presented with diarrhea, fever of 39.4 C, dry cough and maculopapular rash involving[] A rapid fluid shift was the most likely mechanism of the tachycardia. Sotalol was effective in controlling the tachycardia in the two patients in whom it was tried.[] Moreover, 4 out of 6 (67%) with delayed endolymphatic hydrops, one case out of 2 with labyrinthine syphilis were also positive in the furosemide VOR test.[]

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