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698 Possible Causes for Exertional Dyspnea, High Fever

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    You should see a doctor if you have a high fever or if the pain in your face and teeth gets worse. The same goes if your symptoms last longer than a week.[] Symptoms include: High fever (greater than 101 F or 38.3 C) Severe, sudden headache accompanied by any of the following: Mental changes (e.g. agitation or confusion) Neck[] The influenza virus causes a respiratory infection with high fevers that can last up to 7 days.[]

  • Pneumonia

    Early symptoms are similar to flu symptoms, which include: Fever Dry cough Headache Sore throat Loss of appetite Muscle pain Additional symptoms about a day later: High fever[] They can include: Coughing, often with phlegm A high fever Chills and shaking Chest pain when you cough or breathe Shortness of breath Fatigue RELATED: High Fever?[] People with bacterial pneumonia may have a high fever, profuse sweating, and rapid breathing.[]

  • Extrinsic Allergic Alveolitis

    They can also present subacutely with recurrent pneumonia or chronically with exertional dyspnea, productive cough, and weight loss.[] Jauhoastmasta sementti-ihottumaan.Työterveyslaitos, Helsinki 1997 6 EAA, symptoms flu-like illness cough high fever, chills dyspnea, chest tightness malaise, myalgia 4-8 hours[] Jauhoastmasta sementti-ihottumaan.Työterveyslaitos, Helsinki 1997 6 EAA, symptoms flu-like illness cough high fever, chills dyspnea, chest tightness malaise, myalgia4-8 hours[]

  • Airway Obstruction

    He has noticed a gradual worsening of exertional dyspnea over the past 6 months, and now has trouble walking to the bathroom.[] Other possible diagnoses Symptoms Possible Diagnosis High Fever Hyperextension of neck Dysphagia, pooling of secretions in throat epiglottitis retropharyngeal / peritonsillar[] {for example, by the time exertional dyspnea occurs, the airway diameter is likely to be reduced to about 8 mm.} Quan L. Diagnosis and treatment of croup.[]

  • Histoplasmosis

    Some infections may cause acute pulmonary histoplasmosis, characterized by high fever, headache, non-productive cough, chills, weakness, pleuritic chest pain and fatigue.[] More serious cases, with symptoms that include high fever, trouble breathing, loss of appetite, and malaise, are treated with anti-fungal medications.[] Symptoms include high fever, cough, exhaustion, gastro symptoms and enlargement of the liver and spleen.[]

  • Mitochondrial Disease

    Patient 11 developed progressive exertional dyspnea; 2 years later, she developed intractable congestive heart failure.[] This could be something like malnutrition, an illness such as flu, a high fever, dehydration, or it could be something else.[] Patient 10 had symptoms of occasional palpitation and exertional dyspnea. ECG revealed ST depression with T-wave inversion and ventricular premature beats.[]

  • Heavy Chain Disease

    Methods Patients Patient 1, a 53-year-old woman, was referred because of hypertension, leg edema, exertional dyspnea, and anemia of five months' duration.[] The fevers transiently abated with an empiric course of steroids but recurred accompanied by shock, which responded to a pulse of high dose methylprednisolone.[] The patient was transferred to our institution for work-up of persistent high fever, hypotension and eosinophilia after a thorough negative infectious and rheumatologic work-up[]

  • Hughes-Stovin Syndrome

    There was no history of exertional dyspnea or fever.[] Lack of response to antibiotics, persistent high fever with chills, acute-phase reactants, and peripheral arterial pseudoaneurysms made us reconsider the diagnosis.[] He is readmitted after being discharged when he has a high fever and delirium.[]

  • Disseminated Tuberculosis

    He was well until 2 months earlier when he developed productive cough with whitish mucoid sputum and exertional dyspnea.[] Systemic complications were rarely reported in only 5% of the patients including high fever ( 39 C), hematuria, granulomatous prostatitis, granulomatous pneumonitis, hepatitis[] On examination, this young man was dyspneic on minimal exertion, was markedly anaemic and pale.[]

  • Fentanyl

    […] apnea, bradypnea, hypoventilation, respiratory depression Uncommon (0.1% to 1%): Cough, increased bronchial secretion, dysphonia, pharyngolaryngeal pain, wheezing , hypoxia, exertional[] Call your healthcare provider if you develop a high fever while using DURAGESIC .[] dyspnea Very rare (less than 0.01%): Acute noncardiogenic pulmonary edema Frequency not reported: Asthma , hiccup, atelectasis, hyperventilation Postmarketing reports: Respiratory[]

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