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879 Possible Causes for Dysphagia, Pleural Effusion

  • Infectious Mononucleosis

    She later developed respiratory distress and was found to have a pleural effusion and empyema and was admitted to a pediatric intensive care unit for two weeks.[] She later developed respiratory distress and was found to have a pleural effusion and empyema and was admitted to a paediatric intensive care unit for two weeks.[] EBV has also been associated with other complications including pneumonia, pleural effusions ( Chen 2003 ), hepatitis ( Devereaux 1999 ) and cholestasis, myocarditis and cardiac[]

  • Esophageal Perforation

    Eleven months postoperatively, he complained of new onset dysphagia.[] Computed tomography demonstrated small bilateral pleural effusions. He was judged to be stable and was discharged again, but returned 2 days later with chest pain.[] Chest radiography and computed tomography (CT) revealed a massive left pleural effusion and left tension pneumothorax.[]

  • Primary Mediastinal Large B-Cell Lymphoma

    […] second largest vein in the body which returns blood from the upper half of the body to the heart).Symptoms include breathlessness, persistent cough, difficulty swallowing (dysphagia[] The two groups of patients were similar as regard to age, gender, presence of bulky mediastinal mass, pleural effusion, stage and international prognostic indexes category[] Focusing on patients treated with R-CHOP, a higher International Prognostic Index score and the presence of pleural or pericardial effusion were identified as adverse prognostic[]

  • Kaposi Sarcoma

    Lesions are often asymptomatic and clinically indolent, but signs and symptoms can include the following: Odynophagia, dysphagia Nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain Hematemesis[] To our knowledge, this is the first report of bloody pleural effusion and ascites associated with KS.[] We report a 52-year-old Caucasian man with HIV/AIDS and Kaposi sarcoma who presented with dyspnea and pleural effusion.[]

  • Sarcoidosis

    Because he had persistent dysphagia, he underwent total thyroidectomy with resolution of dysphagia.[] Despite overall clinical management with diuretics, pleural effusion persisted and the patient underwent medical thoracoscopy with pleural biopsy.[] ., Hospital of Cook County, Chicago, Illinois Objective: To present a case of dysphagia secondary to a progressively increasing nontoxic multinodular goiter caused by sarcoidosis[]

  • Relapsed Small Cell Lung Cancer

    Syndrome of superior vena cava (SVC) obstruction Changes in voice if the recurrent laryngeal nerve is compressed Hemi-diaphragmatic paralysis when the phrenic nerve is involved Dysphagia[] Rova-T was withdrawn due to adverse events in 18 patients (22%), the most frequent causes including pleural effusion (n 4), pericardial effusion (n 2), and maculopapular rash[] Symptoms may result from local invasion or compression of adjacent thoracic structures, such as compression involving the esophagus causing dysphagia, compression involving[]

  • Gastric Cancer

    There were 2 treatment-related grade 5 AEs (acute kidney injury and pleural effusion).[] […] consumption, and pernicious anaemia Patients present with weight loss and abdominal pain, although those with proximal or gastro-oesophageal junction tumours may present with dysphagia[] effusions, noncardiogenic pulmonary edema, pulmonary insufficiency and hypoxia, acute respiratory distress syndrome, and pulmonary fibrosis.[]

  • Angioedema

    Red flags Any patient you suspect clinically to have airway compromise IMPENDING AIRWAY DISASTER TRIAD Rapid onset aphagia or severe dysphagia, frequently associated with[] Abdominal computed tomography – This may show severe edema of the bowel wall [1] Chest radiography – This may show pleural effusion Soft-tissue neck radiography – This may[] […] face tongue, the floor of the mouth, neck, and eyelids may affect extremities, genitalia or viscera (e.g. intensitines) Features of significant airway involvement: Dyspnea, dysphagia[]

  • Tuberculosis

    Esophageal tuberculosis: an unusual cause of dysphagia. Gastrointest Endosc. 2009;69:1173–6. PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar 3. Gupta SP, Arora A, Bhargava DK.[] The definitive diagnosis was BTB with pleural effusion. INTERVENTIONS: Treatment with a quadruple combinational antituberculous therapy was initiated.[] […] of dysphagia and often is misdiagnosed.[]

  • Hereditary Angioedema

    Edema of the throat (pharynx) or voice-box (larynx) can result in pain, difficulty swallowing (dysphagia), difficulty speaking (dysphonia), noisy respiration (stridor), and[] Additional rare physical findings that have been reported are pleuritic symptoms with pleural effusions, seizures and hemiparesis secondary to cerebral edema, and bladder[] Severe angioedema episodes Present with: Stridor or respiratory distress due to laryngeal oedema Other signs of potential airway compromise eg hoarse voice, persistent cough, dysphagia[]

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