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558 Possible Causes for Hoarseness, Nasal Obstruction, Respiratory Disorders

  • Viral Upper Respiratory Tract Infection

    Laryngeal involvement is recognized by hoarseness or voice loss and dry cough. Epiglottitis may represent a potential lethal emergency.[] Accompanying symptoms such as headache, myalgia and nasal obstruction also showed a tendency to decrease.[] 10-CM Diagnosis Code J98.9 Respiratory disorder, unspecified 2016 2017 2018 2019 Billable/Specific Code Applicable To Respiratory disease (chronic) NOS acute or subacute NOS[]

  • Common Cold

    […] discharge by 34% (95% CI: 17% to 51%), nasal congestion by 37% (15% to 58%), sneezing by 22% (-1% to 45%), scratchy throat by 33% (8% to 59%), sore throat by 18% (-10% to 46%), hoarseness[] Participants treated with acetaminophen had significant improvements in nasal obstruction in two of the four studies.[] A catarrhal disorder of the upper respiratory tract, which may be viral or a mixed infection. It generally involves a runny nose, nasal congestion, and sneezing.[]

  • Allergic Rhinitis

    Itching of the eyes with redness and watering, headache, intermittent ear plugging, chronic cough, wheezing, intermittent hoarseness, sore throat, and fatigue can also be[] After OSR, patients in both groups experienced significant improvement in nasal airway obstruction.[] BACKGROUND: Obstructive respiratory disorders, such as allergic rhinitis and asthma may impair sleep quality.[]

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    Additional to the secondary infection can be laryngitis (hoarseness/”frog in the throat”), traccheitis, (irritation of trachea), acute bronchitis, sinusitis, and even the[] Presentation The most frequent symptoms are nasal discharge, nasal obstruction, sneezing, sore throat, general malaise and cough.[] 10-CM Diagnosis Code J98.9 Respiratory disorder, unspecified 2016 2017 2018 2019 Billable/Specific Code Applicable To Respiratory disease (chronic) NOS acute or subacute NOS[]

  • Nasal Obstruction

    We describe a case of nasal gout presenting as nasal obstruction, a rare etiology for a common presentation.[] CONCLUSION: SpAr-related OF was associated with nasal obstruction, but not respiratory events.[] When the normal airflow function of the nose is disrupted, the result is chronic mouth breathing, which in turn often leads to problems such as: Sore Throat Hoarseness Plugged[]

  • Tuberculosis

    " Tuberculosis, Nontuberculous Lung Infection, Pleural Disorders, Pulmonary Function, Respiratory Muscles, Occupational Lung Disease, Pulmonary Infections, and Social Issues[] […] be suspected in any patient with symptoms including coughing for more than 3 weeks, loss of appetite, unexplained weight loss, night sweats, bloody sputum or hemoptysis, hoarseness[] […] failure/sleep disordered breathing. 5.1 Respiratory rehabilitation. 5.2 Non-invasive ventilation in acute respiratory failure. 5.3 Non-invasive positive pressure ventilation[]

  • Diphtheria

    When croup progresses to upper airway obstruction, the patient may have an increased respiratory rate, nasal flaring, and suprasternal, infrasternal, and intercostal retractions[] Respiratory diphtheria can lead to severe breathing problems, heart failure, blood disorders, paralysis, coma and even death. Who gets respiratory diphtheria?[] We report a case of a 7-year-old unimmunized child who presented with a 2 week history of nasal quality speech, hoarseness of the voice, regurgitation of feeds, and unstable[]

  • Viral Lower Respiratory Infection

    […] respiratory failure and congestive heart failure with infection, pneumonia or symptoms of wheezing, dyspnea, cough, sputum production, nasal congestion, sore throat, and/or hoarseness[] […] in sleep, lower airways obstruction Infection of lower respiratory tract and mediastinum Infectious disorder of trachea Inflammatory disorder of lower respiratory tract Inhalation[] If laryngitis develops (larynx voice box itis inflammation), the patient may lose their voice or become hoarse.[]

  • Sinusitis

    Our group's expertise also covers voice and swallowing disorders (hoarseness, acid reflux, swallowing difficulty), hearing and equilibrium disorders (hearing loss, tinnitus[] Unilaterality of nasal obstruction and foul nasal drainage are most suggestive of odontogenic sinusitis, but computed tomography is the gold standard for diagnosis.[] Gaël Dournes and François Laurent, Imaging the nose and sinuses in respiratory disorders, The Nose and Sinuses in Respiratory Disorders, 10.1183/2312508X.10009516, (32-47)[]

  • Upper Airway Obstruction

    CONCLUSION: Both peak oral and nasal inspiratory flow rate measurements may be useful measures of oral and nasal obstruction.[] respiratory disorders J98.9 Respiratory disorder, unspecified J99 Respiratory disorders in diseases classified elsewhere K00 Disorders of tooth development and eruption K00.1[] Her physical examination was concerning for impending respiratory failure as she presented with inspiratory stridor and hoarseness.[]

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