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3,227 Possible Causes for Facial Swelling, Preauricular Swelling, Typhoid Fever

  • Mumps

    Typhoid Fever Despite recommendations that travelers to countries in which typhoid fever is endemic should be vaccinated with either of two effective vaccines available in[] More specific features include facial swelling (parotitis) in 95% and/or testicular pain (orchitis).[] Individuals with facial swelling (swollen neck or cheek) should consult their health care provider or SCHD at (901)222-9243 and stay in isolation for five days after onset[]

  • Sialolithiasis

    Vascular malformations of the head and neck are less common but may present with intermittent facial swelling.[] Whilst most cases are asymptomatic, some can present with facial swelling and / or facial pain.[] Physical examination Usual findings on physical examination are: Facial swelling which may extend from neck to eye.[]

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  • Sialadenitis

    In those patients, the neck/facial swelling is contralateral to the craniectomy site.[] Although the parotitis is very rare in neonates as described it should be suspected in neonates with erythematous preauricular swelling.[] Notably this season, we have recognized a cluster of influenza A cases presenting as severe neck and facial swelling, with the subsequent diagnosis of sialadenitis.[]

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  • Lassa Fever

    Lassa fever is difficult to distinguish from many other diseases which cause fever, including malaria, shigellosis, typhoid fever, yellow fever and other viral haemorrhagic[] swelling, pain in the chest, back, and abdomen, and shock.[] Signs and symptoms include facial swelling, conjunctivitis and mucosal bleeding, vomiting, diarrhea, Constipation, tachycardia, cough chest pain and meningitis.[]

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  • Yellow Fever

    ; vaccination; vaccine-preventable diseases; viruses; yellow fever; yellow fever virus[] Although not well-documented for this outbreak, malaria, viral hepatitis, and typhoid fever are common differential diagnoses among suspected yellow fever cases in this region[] Other viral hemorrhagic fevers, malaria, typhoid fever, leptospirosis, rickettsial infection (see these terms), viral hepatitis and meningococcemia need to be excluded.[]

    Missing: Preauricular Swelling
  • Infectious Mononucleosis

    Fever of unknown origin (FUO) in an elderly adult due to Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) presenting as "typhoidal mononucleosis," mimicking a lymphoma.[] […] palsy) Transverse myelitis Guillain–Barré syndrome Gastrointestinal tract Hepatitis Lungs Interstitial pneumonia Heart Pericarditis Eyes Eyelid swelling Keratitis Uveitis[] Eyelid edema, which gives the patient a slit-eyed appearance and may be accompanied by facial puffiness, is a useful clinical clue if present because it is unique to primary[]

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  • Food Poisoning

    Fluoroquinolones for treating typhoid and paratyphoid fever (enteric fever). Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2008 Oct 8. CD004530. [Medline]. Parry CM, Threlfall EJ.[] A century ago, typhoid fever, tuberculosis and cholera were common foodborne diseases.[] Enteric fever: a travel medicine oriented view. Curr Opin Infect Dis. 2010 Oct. 23(5):432-7. [Medline]. Zaki SA, Karande S. Multidrug-resistant typhoid fever: a review.[]

    Missing: Preauricular Swelling
  • Erysipelas

    In one patient, the facial lesion followed the onset of fever by 48 hours, and, in the other, the facial swelling preceded the fever.[] The Earth Times Online Newspaper He also points out that there may be a similar chain of events in other infective conditions such as erysipelas and typhoid fever, but as[] Causative organism* Streptococci are the primarycause of erysipelas.* Most facial infections areattributed to group Astreptococci,*lower extremity infectionsbeing caused by[]

    Missing: Preauricular Swelling
  • Liver Cirrhosis

    fever 1446·7 (1256·2 to 1 648·1) 18·3 ( 20·8 to 15·6) * 23·9 ( 26·3 to 21·3) * 191·0 (129·5–267·8) 17·7 ( 22·1 to 12·6) * 23·2 ( 27·4 to 18·5) * Typhoid fever episodes aggregate[] We also used simple natural history models for typhoid and paratyphoid fever, whooping cough, measles, visceral leishmaniasis, and yellow fever.[] 1197·9 (1041·3 to 1366·6) 18·3 ( 21·7 to 14·8) * 23·9 ( 27·1 to 20·5) * 113·3 (75·8–162·5) 18·1 ( 22·6 to 13·4) * 23·7 ( 27·8 to 19·2) * Complications of typhoid fever aggregate[]

    Missing: Preauricular Swelling
  • Cushing Syndrome

    Typhoid fever, a more serious disease caused by Salmonella, is not common in the United States. It frequently occurs in developing countries.[] Some other types of Salmonella cause typhoid fever or paratyphoid fever. What are the symptoms of infection?[] Two strains, Salmonella Typhi and Salmonella Paratyphi, cause typhoid and paratyphoid fever respectively (see separate typhoid and paratyphoid fever fact sheet).[]

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