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1,604 Possible Causes for Esophagitis, Tonsillitis

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    Exudative pharyngitis and tonsillitis may be seen with mononucleosis caused by Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), while exudates are uncommon in rhinoviral, coxsackievirus, and herpes[] It is most commonly associated with esophageal perforation or odontogenic abscess.[] Assessing peritonsillar abscesses May 16, 2013 This infection manifests as a collection of pus and is often a complication of tonsillitis that may require referral to a specialist[]

  • Pharyngitis

    Pharyngitis and Tonsillitis Pharyngitis and tonsillitis are infections in the throat that cause inflammation.[] We describe a manic patient who has an esophageal stricture and chronic pharyngitis, two conditions that impede the swallowing of medications.[] In adults, esophageal manometry is used to demonstrate abnormal sphincter pressure.[]

  • Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

    Small cell lung cancer (SCLC) metastasizes widely, but palatine tonsil is an extremely unusual site for metastasis.[] IPF susceptibility has been associated with several genetic and environmental risk factors and the prognosis is conditioned by comorbidities such as gastro-esophageal reflux[] Adequate suppression of acid GER was ascertained by 24-h esophageal pH monitoring.[]

  • Sinusitis

    […] and swallowing disorders (hoarseness, acid reflux, swallowing difficulty), hearing and equilibrium disorders (hearing loss, tinnitus, dizziness), pediatric ENT diseases (tonsils[] If gastroesophageal reflux is suspected to have led to sinusitis, esophageal pH probe or referral to a gastroenterologist may be indicated.[] With strep throat, you should go to a doctor for a throat swab if you have a fever, headache, sore throat with enlarged, red tonsils or exudate, a stomach ache, with minimal[]

  • Acute Bronchitis

    EPs 7630 has now been the subject of numerous clinical trials for the successful treatment of a variety of upper respiratory tract infections including the common cold, tonsillitis[] Reflux esophagitis Aspiration from reflux esophagitis may cause a nonproductive cough that is usually chronic in nature.[] It may also occur in children with chronic sinusitis, allergies, or those with enlarged tonsils and adenoids. Pneumonia is a complication that can follow bronchitis.[]

  • Malignant Neoplasm

    My treatment for so called tonsilar cancer was to have removal of tonsil and secondary lump radiotherapy this was done at addenbrookes in Cambridge.[] Computed tomography showed that the esophageal mass had a density similar to blood, a finding suggesting the presence of an esophageal hematoma.[] Mucormycosis Osteomyelitis Branchial cleft cyst Parapharyngeal Tumours Recognized routes of entry for cervico-facial actinomycosis include caries tooth, tooth extraction site and tonsils[]

  • Esophagitis

    Some of the common forms of esophagitis include infectious esophagitis, eosinophilic esophagitis, pill esophagitis, reflux esophagitis and candida esophagitis.[] If the irritation is not allowed to heal, esophagitis can result in esophageal ulcers.[] Eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) is an inflammatory immune-mediated disease with predominant eosinophilic inflammation characterized by the presence of esophageal dysfunction[]

  • Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease

    Learn More About Topic Tonsillitis Tonsillitis refers to inflammation of the pharyngeal tonsils, which are lymph glands located in the back of the throat that are visible[] […] and 25 (34.72%) grade B esophagitis.[] Our patient had severe esophageal dysphagia with stricture with history of food impaction, requiring several dilation sessions to achieve an esophageal luminal diameter of[]

  • Esophageal Web

    My mother(46 years old) is a 6 year stage 4 tonsil cancer survivor(as of may).[] Esophageal webs are defined as extensions of normal esophageal tissue and may develop at any point along the esophagus.[] Esophageal webs are thin (2-3mm) membranes of normal esophageal tissue consisting of mucosa and submucosa that can partially protrude/obstruct the esophagus.[]

  • Adenovirus Infection

    Evidence suggests that HAdV-C species can persist in pediatric adenoids and/or tonsils.[] This was confirmed by isolation of an adenovirus type 2 with unusual laboratory features from liver, lung, colon contents, serum, esophageal swab, and oral ulcerations.[] Clinical Manifestation of Adenovirus Adenoviral infection causes keratoconjunctivitis, tonsillitis and infection of upper respiratory tract.[]

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