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152 Possible Causes for Headache, Oral Mucosal Disorder

  • Systemic Scleroderma

    TMD symptoms (muscle pain on chewing, difficulty in mouth opening, headaches) were complained by 92.5% of SSc patients and by 76.2% of controls (χ² 8.012 p 0.005).[] Headaches, depression, and anxiety. It can also lead to tiredness, weight loss and loss of appetite. Cardiac Shortness of breath due to heart problems.[]

  • Stevens-Johnson Syndrome

    […] characterized by severe erythema multiforme-like eruption of the skin and lesions of the oral, genital and anal mucosa, and haemorrhagic crusting on the lips, associated with fever, headache[] The case presented in this report is that of a 17-year-old female who presented to her primary care provider with a chief complaint of headache; she was initially diagnosed[] A 7-year-old boy was referred to a neurosurgery clinic with headache. Further imaging workup revealed hypothalamic PA.[]

  • Systemic Mastocytosis

    Treatment may include antihistamines, drugs to reduce stomach acid, migraine headache drugs for headache, and cromolyn for bowel symptoms.[] The widespread physiologic distribution of mast cells causes a variety of symptoms with aberrant expression including fatigue, headache, depression, dyspnea, dyspepsia, nausea[]

  • Stomatitis

    Solicited adverse events during the 14-day follow-up period were mild to moderate and self-limited, with the exception of injection-site pain and headache.[] mucosal disorder.[] Other forms of stomatitis may occasionally cause more severe symptoms, including chills, fever, and headache.[]

  • Recurrent Oral Ulceration

    During episodes of reduced numbers of neutrophils, symptoms include a low-grade fever, malaise, headaches, skin infections, and alveolar bone loss.[] […] recurrence. [1] RAS is one of the most common oral mucosal disorders affecting nonkeratinized mucosa, causing much pain and interference with mastication and speech.[] Within 24 hours of admission, the patient developed persistent fever associated with neck pain and headache.[]

  • Primary Herpes Simplex Infection

    An initial infection starts after an incubation period of 3-7 days, after which fever, headaches, fatigue and muscle pains can occur.[] RIH may appear similar to traumatic lesions (mechanical/thermal/chemical) or other types of oral mucosal disorders, such as aphthous stomatitis.[] Symptoms include lymph node enlargement, fever, tiredness, headache, and muscle aches during the episode.[]

  • Drug Eruptions

    [1] Cardiovascular Cardiotoxicity [1] Myocardial infarction [3] Central Nervous System Abnormal dreams (10%) Anxiety (5%) Chills (6%) [1] Depression (6%) Fever (6%) [2] Headache[] […] like a worsening of illness symptoms and can include fever, sweating and chills, rapid heart rate or palpitations, shortness of breath, muscle and joint aches and pains, headache[] […] caused by drugs, it is usually penicillins or sulfonamides. [ 8 ] Clinical features are similar in all causes: The reaction often starts with fever, sore throat, chills, headache[]

  • Tongue Carcinoma

    The side effects of this treatment can include: fever headache vomiting diarrhea an allergic reaction skin rashes Although these treatments do have side effects, they’re often[] Lifelong follow-up is recommended whether or not the disorder has been treated: 3-12 monthly clinical checks Biopsy of suspicious changes Oral mucosal examination must include[] Donna Age 13 (in 1979) Stage T4N2 Nasopharyngeal carcinoma DONNA from Louisiana Symptoms: earache, headaches, nose bleeds, and lost my appetite.[]

  • Uremia

    A 28-year-old man was admitted to our hospital with nausea, headache and weakness of the left hand.[] mucosal disorder.[] Symptoms may include headache, seizures, altered mental status, and visual impairment. Patients with PRES generally present with neurological deficits.[]

  • Sweet Syndrome

    We describe a case of a woman aged 57 years, with recently diagnosed stage III rectal cancer, developed painful erythematous rash over her face along with fever and headache[] In patients with haematologic disorders, oral mucosal ulcers occur more frequently than in patients with classic Sweet's syndrome [13 ,25]. What is new?[] Her course of disease was complicated by arthralgias, episcleritis, headaches, and erythema nodosum-like subcutaneous involvement.[]

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