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132 Possible Causes for Dyspnea, Hoarseness, Larynx Ulcer

  • Tuberculosis

    At a fairly late stage, the tuberculosis bacillus may cause ulcers or inflammation around the larynx (tuberculous laryngitis ).[] […] 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[] The symptoms at presentation were constitutional (85.7%; 30/35), dyspnea (60.6%; 20/33), and cough (54.5%; 18/33).[]

  • Acute Laryngitis

    Direct examination when done shows the larynx to be hyperemic and edematous, with or without ulcerations.[] Clinical Manifestations Fever No chills Aversion to Heat Cough Asthma Restlessness Thirst Dry mouth Red face Worse in the afternoon Dark yellow urine Dyspnea Chest pain Shortness[] Laryngeal edema, although rare, may cause stridor and dyspnea.[]

  • Acute Subglottic Laryngitis

    […] of larynx Ulcerative laryngitis Viral laryngitis Viral tracheitis References to Index of Diseases and Injuries The code J04.0 has the following ICD-10-CM references to the[] Respiratory manifestations of the condition include dyspnea, cough, stridor, and hoarseness.[] A hoarse sound to the voice is very characteristic of laryngitis.[]

  • Laryngeal Contact Ulcer

    Peptic (contact ulcer) granuloma of the larynx.[] Symptoms of laryngeal contact ulcers include varying degrees of hoarseness and mild pain with phonation and swallowing.[] The possibility of upper airway obstruction as a cause of dyspnea is frequently underestimated.[]

  • Vocal Cord Dysfunction

    Cancer of the larynx can look similar to a noncancerous growth or a contact ulcer. If an abnormality is found on the vocal cords, your doctor may do a biopsy.[] VCD Symptoms occur shortly after beginning exercise Tightness in throat Difficulty inhaling Hoarseness Albuterol inhaler doesn’t control symptoms Symptoms recur immediately[] It is important to question earlier diagnoses, and to objectively evaluate the type of dyspnea.[]

  • Laryngeal Granuloma

    […] ventricle 478.79 Sclerosis, sclerotic larynx 478.79 Stricture (see also Stenosis) 799.89 larynx 478.79 Thickening larynx 478.79 subepiglottic 478.79 Ulcer, ulcerated, ulcerating[] Two days after extubation, the patient complained of hoarseness, sore throat, and dyspnea. When symptoms persisted, she was evaluated in the Otolaryngology Department.[] The patient, a 19-yr-old female, developed acute dyspnea after experiencing gradual voice loss.[]

  • Smoke Inhalation Injury

    Indicated 80% obstruction at the level or the larynx and needs intubated immediately How do you diagnosis smoke inhalation injury? 1.[] No statistically significant correlation was found between intubation and any of the classic symptoms of smoke inhalation: stridor, hoarseness, drooling, and dysphagia (all[] In most cases, mucosal edema and irritation eventually result in stridor, hoarseness, dyspnea, hypoxia, and tachypnea, whereas accompanying burns on the face and surrounding[]

  • Carcinoma of the Larynx

    Alternatively, a flexible tube, less than a centimetre in diameter, is passed into one of the nostrils to the back of the throat to look for lumps or ulcers in the voice box[] It affected a 78-year-old male who presented initially with hoarseness and bloody sputum.[] Dyspnea was the most common complaint. All patients underwent combined-modality treatment with surgical resection and external beam radiation.[]

  • Bacterial Tracheitis

    Endoscopic evaluation demonstrates a normal supraglottic and glottic larynx with purulent debris, mucosal ulcerations, and edema of the subglottic larynx and trachea.[] A previously healthy young adult presented with inspiratory stridor and hoarseness but minimal dysphagia.[] Cough, fever, dyspnea, and hoarseness were the commonest symptoms. Fourteen patients (21%) required intubation.[]

  • Laryngeal Edema

    Cancer of larynx or laryngopharynx often assoc iated with deep ulceration. 4. Allergy. Angioneurotic oedema, anaphylaxis. 5. Radiation.[] We here describe two cases whose only symptoms were hoarseness and in which inspection revealed laryngeal edema when the patients ingested any of these substances.[] An 8-year-old boy developed dyspnea after a rapidly progressive swelling of his face and neck.[]

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