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129 Possible Causes for Dyspnea, Pharyngeal Hemorrhage

  • Carcinoma of the Larynx

    Dyspnea was the most common complaint. All patients underwent combined-modality treatment with surgical resection and external beam radiation.[] Dysphonia which will gradually develop into aphonia, dysphagia, dyspnea, aspiration, fatigue and general weakness, localized pain, otalgia, halitosis and blood showing in[] SpCC most commonly affects the glottis in the majority of cases (70%), and the majority of patients present with symptoms of hoarseness, dyspnea, cough, and dysphagia often[]

  • Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia

    He has not experienced worsening hypoxemia or dyspnea and has not developed PAVMs.[] We report a case of a 74-year-old man who presented with dyspnea and hypoxia and was found to have a large right-sided PAVM.[] Furthermore, 6 of the NYHA class III dyspnea changed to class II 6 months after the beginning of the treatment.[]

  • Vocal Cord Dysfunction

    Differential diagnosis should include • Non–vocal cord adduction disorders, such as thyroid goiter, upper airway hemorrhage, caustic ingestion, neoplastic disorders, rheumatoid[] It is important to question earlier diagnoses, and to objectively evaluate the type of dyspnea.[] If the symptom of dyspnea appeared, the most frequent diagnosis was exercise- induced vocal cord dysfunction.[]

  • Pharyngeal Disease

    […] diverticulum Perforation of pharynx Pharyngeal abscess Pharyngeal bursitis Pharyngeal diverticulitis Pharyngeal dryness Pharyngeal gag reflex positive Pharyngeal hemorrhage[] […] agranulocytosis Metabolic: goiter, increased thirst, hyperprolactinemia, hyperlipidemia, severe hyperglycemia Musculoskeletal: hypertonia, joint pain Respiratory: cough, dyspnea[] Symptoms then include hoarseness, dyspnea, respiratory stridor, and a brassy cough.[]

  • Bilateral Vocal Cord Paralysis

    Lichtenberger G (2007) A new ligature-suture technique and instrument to control difficult pharyngeal and laryngeal hemorrhage.[] Management of severe dyspnea caused by association of these two complications of thyroidectomy means a great therapeutic challenge.[] CONCLUSION: All patients treated with this new lateralization technique had a good quality of life and no dyspnea at rest or upon exertion.[]

  • Laryngeal Obstruction

    […] injury (eg, explosion, fire, industrial accident) – Blunt trauma (eg, motor vehicle accident, physical attack) – Neuromuscular disease (eg, myasthenic crisis, laryngeal-pharyngeal[] But slight inspiratory dyspnea and stridor may occur during crying or on exertion 5 Laryngeal obstruction classification: Ⅱ slight inspiratory dyspnea during quiet respiration[] Exercise-induced laryngeal obstruction is a cause of exercise-induced dyspnea.[]

  • Airway Obstruction

    […] injury (eg, explosion, fire, industrial accident) - Blunt trauma (eg, motor vehicle accident, physical attack) - Neuromuscular disease (eg, myasthenic crisis, laryngeal-pharyngeal[] KEYWORDS: Diffusing capacity; dyspnea; exercise; gas trapping; smokers[] […] accident, physical attack) neuromuscular disease (e.g., myasthenic crisis, laryngeal-pharyngeal dystonia) A broad differential diagnosis should be considered when chronic[]

  • Throat Cancer

    In case of subglottic tumor, dyspnea and stridor are frequent clinical features.[] SCC arising in the trachea may cause dyspnea, wheezing or stridor, acute respiratory failure, cough, haemoptysis, and hoarseness (Barnes et al., 2005; Thompson, 2006).[]

  • Viral Pneumonia

    The patient presented with fever, myalgia, general fatigue and dyspnea of seven days duration.[] Adenoviruses of 52 serotypes can be the cause of asymptomatic infections, pharyngitis, keratoconjunctivitis, gastroenteritis, hemorrhagic cystitis, meningoencephalitis, hepatitis[] […] acute respiratory distress syndrome or secondary bacterial pneumonia, which usually occurs 2-14 days after an improving clinical course with recurrence of fever, cough, and dyspnea[]

  • Diffuse Alveolar Hemorrhage

    A 57-year-old female developed wheezing and dyspnea approximately 30 minutes after radical thyroidectomy, with hemoptysis occurring the following day.[] […] pouch Q38.8 Other congenital malformations of pharynx R04.1 Hemorrhage from throat R06.5 Mouth breathing R06.7 Sneezing R07.0 Pain in throat R09.81 Nasal congestion R09.82[] We encountered a 78-year-old man who presented with hemoptysis and dyspnea. Chest CT showed diffuse ground-glass opacity with pulmonary thromboembolism.[]

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