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754 Possible Causes for GI Hemorrhage - Onset Usually in 5th - 6th Decade, Laryngeal Pain, Pharyngeal Hemorrhage

  • Carcinoma of the Larynx

    "Sometimes pain in the throat can be felt in the ear. This is called 'referred' pain and can be one of the overlooked symptoms of laryngeal cancer," says Smith.[] Other symptoms of laryngeal cancer include pain, dysphagia, a lump in the neck, sore throat, earache or a persistent cough.[] Cancer Symptoms Laryngeal cancer symptoms include: Persistent hoarseness or change in voice A sore throat or cough that does not go away Pain or difficulty with swallowing[]

    Missing: GI Hemorrhage - Onset Usually in 5th - 6th Decade
  • Intratracheal Intubation

    […] en·do·tra·che·al in·tu·ba·tion passage of a tube through the nose or mouth into the trachea for maintenance of the airway during anesthesia, or for ventilatory support or for maintenance of an imperiled airway. endotracheal intubation the management of the patient with an airway catheter inserted through the[…][]

    Missing: GI Hemorrhage - Onset Usually in 5th - 6th Decade
  • Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia

    J Neuroradiol. 2016 Jul;43(4):236-45. doi: 10.1016/j.neurad.2016.02.005. Epub 2016 Apr 5. Author information 1 Department of diagnostic imaging and interventional radiology, medical center, Caen university, avenue de la Côte-de-Nacre, 14033 Caen cedex 9, France; Inserm U919 Serine protease and pathophysiology of the[…][]

    Missing: Laryngeal Pain
  • Pharyngeal Disease

    […] diverticulum Perforation of pharynx Pharyngeal abscess Pharyngeal bursitis Pharyngeal diverticulitis Pharyngeal dryness Pharyngeal gag reflex positive Pharyngeal hemorrhage[] Indications for laryngeal sensory testing are: As part of a comprehensive neurolaryngeal examination to rule out superior laryngeal nerve disease, neuralgia (pain and/or burning[] Some cases have symptoms due to pharyngeal and laryngeal factors, and pulmonary symptoms due to gastric acid injury.[]

    Missing: GI Hemorrhage - Onset Usually in 5th - 6th Decade
  • Throat Cancer

    Symptoms of laryngeal cancer can include: a change in the voice, such as persistent hoarseness difficulty or pain when swallowing noisy breathing shortness of breath a persistent[] The two main types of cancer that are commonly referred to as throat cancers are pharyngeal and laryngeal cancers ? cancer of the pharynx and the larynx.[] Symptoms of laryngeal cancer The main symptoms of laryngeal cancer include: a change in your voice, such as sounding hoarse pain when swallowing or difficulty swallowing a[]

    Missing: GI Hemorrhage - Onset Usually in 5th - 6th Decade
  • Vocal Cord Dysfunction

    Differential diagnosis should include • Non–vocal cord adduction disorders, such as thyroid goiter, upper airway hemorrhage, caustic ingestion, neoplastic disorders, rheumatoid[] Fiberoptic laryngoscopy showed posterior laryngitis and paradoxical vocal cord adduction with audible inspiratory stridor.[] Vocal cord polyps Hoarseness Low-pitched voice Breathy voice Contact ulcers Some throat pain while talking Possible hoarseness A voice that tires easily Laryngitis A change[]

    Missing: GI Hemorrhage - Onset Usually in 5th - 6th Decade
  • Corynebacterium Diphtheriae

    […] oppressive pain in the cardiac region or epigastrium.[] John Biernacki the medical superintendent at Plaistow Fever Hospital in 1899 describes his findings of laryngeal obstruction, hemorrhage, pneumonia and makes mention of frequent[]

    Missing: GI Hemorrhage - Onset Usually in 5th - 6th Decade
  • Laryngeal Obstruction

    […] injury (eg, explosion, fire, industrial accident) – Blunt trauma (eg, motor vehicle accident, physical attack) – Neuromuscular disease (eg, myasthenic crisis, laryngeal-pharyngeal[] The patient develops severe throat pain, trismus, and trouble with swallowing or speaking.[] , epiglottitis, Ludwig’s angina, croup) Aspiration (eg, foreign body) Angioedema (eg, allergic, hereditary, drug-induced) Iatrogenic (eg, instrumentation, post-surgical) Hemorrhage[]

    Missing: GI Hemorrhage - Onset Usually in 5th - 6th Decade
  • Bilateral Vocal Cord Paralysis

    Lichtenberger G (2007) A new ligature-suture technique and instrument to control difficult pharyngeal and laryngeal hemorrhage.[]

    Missing: GI Hemorrhage - Onset Usually in 5th - 6th Decade
  • Acute Tracheitis

    In the period of the disease usually occurs edema tracheal mucosa hyperemia, small petechial hemorrhages.[] The voice from the accompanying laryngitis (see) may be hoarse.[] If the tracheal lesion is combined with pharyngitis, then there is a sore throat, pain when swallowing, etc. Joining laryngitis is accompanied by hoarseness.[]

    Missing: GI Hemorrhage - Onset Usually in 5th - 6th Decade