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2,355 Possible Causes for Hemothorax, Mycobacterium Chelonae, Persistent Cough

  • Atypical Mycobacteria

    chelonae.[] The most common symptoms include a persistent cough, fatigue, weight loss, night sweats, and occasionally shortness of breath (dyspnea) and coughing up of blood (hemoptysis[] The microbiologic evaluation of these cases showed 5 infections due to Mycobacterium chelonae and 1 infection due to Mycobacterium fortuitum.[]

  • Mycobacterium Kansasii

    OBJECTIVES: The aim of the present study was to identify and differentiate Mycobacterium kansasii and Mycobacterium chelonae-Mycobacterium abscessus group strains isolated[] Although some may suggest these data argue unfavorably against surgical resection, it must be highlighted that symptoms of chronic cough and a feeling of being unwell were[] We collected fish from the Missouri River, Montana, to investigate a 1984 finding of Mycobacterium chelonae (reclassified as M. salmoniphilum ) from Mountain Whitefish ( Prosopium[]

  • Pulmonary Tuberculosis

    […] about respiratory system disorders: Asthma 4 Care Plans Bronchiolitis 5 Care Plans Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) 5 Care Plans Cystic Fibrosis 5 Care Plans Hemothorax[] When your immune system isn't strong enough to do so, latent TB becomes active TB, the most common symptom of which is a persistent cough that may produce blood-tinged phlegm[] Symptoms and Diagnosis Breathing becomes laboured, a persistent cough accompanied by bloody sputum and night fevers develop.[]

    Missing: Mycobacterium Chelonae
  • Pleural Calcification

    If you notice that you cough up blood, experience chest pain, have a persistent cough, or have breathlessness, you have to make sure that you are tested.[] True calcification calcified pleural plaques from asbestos exposure: typically with sparing of the costophrenic angles hemothorax infection involving the pleura: e.g. pyothorax[] Trauma (healed hemothorax) V. Inhalational diseases A. Asbestos related diseases 5, 37, 184, 376, 511, 513 B. Talcosis 144 VI. Other A.[]

    Missing: Mycobacterium Chelonae
  • Rib Fracture

    […] to persistent cough.[] We present a case of delayed hemothorax bleeding from phrenic artery injury in a 24-year-old woman.[] A delayed massive hemothorax after simple rib fracture is rare.[]

    Missing: Mycobacterium Chelonae
  • Unresolved Pneumonia

    Initial symptoms of lung cancer may include one or more of the following: Persistent cough. Coughing up blood or bloodstained phlegm (sputum).[] […] microvascular pressure or decreased oncotic pressure) exudate (local pleural inflammation with increased permeability of pleural space to protein) -types: chylothorax, pyogenic, hemothorax[] Older adolescents infected with pertussis present with a paroxysmal cough, which persists for more than 3 weeks and may last up to 3 months, unlike the whooping cough of younger[]

    Missing: Mycobacterium Chelonae
  • Chest Trauma

    RECENT FINDINGS: In the past, VATS was used to evacuate traumatic-retained hemothorax.[] […] and respiratory distress Subcutaneous emphysema Pneumothorax with persistent air leak after correct placement of an intercostal catheter (continues to bubble vigorously with[] All the patients received video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery (VATS) due to retained hemothorax or pneumothorax.[]

    Missing: Mycobacterium Chelonae
  • Pulmonary Atypical Mycobacterial Infection

    chelonae or Mycobacterium abscessus .[] When to See Your Doctor If you have a persistent cough, particularly if you also have fatigue, night sweats, shortness of breath or weight loss, you should see your doctor[] What Is Causing Your Chronic Cough? A chronic cough is a cough that persists over time.[]

    Missing: Hemothorax
  • Pneumothorax

    When to see a doctor See your doctor if you have difficulty breathing, chest pain, persistent fever of 102 F (39 C) or higher, or persistent cough, especially if you're coughing[] […] into thorax convert 860.1 to ICD-10-CM 860.2 Traumatic hemothorax without mention of open wound into thorax convert 860.2 to ICD-10-CM 860.3 Traumatic hemothorax with open[] Call your provider if you have: Cough that brings up bloody or rust-colored mucus Breathing (respiratory) symptoms that get worse Chest pain that gets worse when you cough[]

    Missing: Mycobacterium Chelonae
  • Pulmonary Infarction

    These symptoms may include: hemoptysis (coughing or spitting up of blood) severe dyspnea (shortness of breath) fever chest pain (most typically, a pleurisy-like pain (chest[] Autopsies showed massive unilateral hemothorax in both patients.[] […] pain that occurs when drawing a breath) (rarely) persistent hiccups lightheadedness weakness Most of these symptoms are often seen with a pulmonary embolus, whether or not[]

    Missing: Mycobacterium Chelonae