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22 Possible Causes for Horner's Syndrome, Rales, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

  • Pancoast Syndrome

    ’s syndrome in up to 50% due to invasion of the superior cervical sympathetic chain and stellate ganglion Ptosis Miosis Anhidrosis Superior vena caval obstruction Phrenic[] . • The differential diagnoses of arm and shoulder pain are extensive; however, the primary conditions that must be excluded are thoracic outlet syndrome and cervical disk[] Introduction Overview thoracic outlet syndrome is a neurovascular disorder resulting from compression of the brachial plexus and/or subclavian vessels in the interval between[]

  • Echinococcus Infection of Lung

    Pancoast hydatid cyst leading to Horner syndrome: Thoracic hydatidosis. Heart Lung Circ. 2009 Oct;18(5):363-4.[] […] conditions, infectious diseases, neurogenic thoracic outlet syndromes (such as the cervical rib syndrome), and pulmonary amyloid nodule [ 1, 5 ].[] Horner's syndrome consisting of ipsilateral miosis, ptosis, enophtalmous and facial anhidrosis was present in our case.[]

  • Rib Fracture

    Left Horner's syndrome was caused by a left transverse fracture of the first rib.[] Breath sounds may be absent, decreased, or accompanied by rales and rhonchi. The location and nature of the fracture are determined by chest x-ray studies.[] Thoracic outlet syndrome in children is an extremely rare disorder.[]

  • Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis

    - Locked-In syndrome اضطرابات أخرى في الجهاز العصبي autonomic ( Peripheral neuropathy, Familial dysautonomia, Horner's syndrome, Multiple system atrophy, Shy-Drager syndrome[] وجذور الأعصاب وplexus Trigeminal neuralgia - شلل بل - Thoracic outlet syndrome - Phantom limb - Mononeuropathy ( Carpal tunnel syndrome, Meralgia paraesthetica, Tarsal tunnel[] والمتلازمات paralytic الأخرى Cerebral palsy - Paralysis - Spastic diplegia - Hemiplegia - Spastic paraplegia - Paraplegia - Quadriplegia - Diplegia - Monoplegia - Cauda equina syndrome[]

  • Chest Wall Disorder

    Horner's syndrome (possible apical lung cancer). Neck: Jugular venous pressure - eg, cor pulmonale. Goitre (any possible tracheal obstruction). Lymphadenopathy.[] Chest wall disorders include rib fractures, pectus malformation and thoracic outlet syndrome.[] […] massive pulmonary inflammation that injures the alveolar capiliary membrane and produces pulmonary edema Clinical Manifestations of ARDS pink tinged frothy sputum, lungs with rales[]

  • Gradenigo's Syndrome

    ) (5)Involvement of the sympathetic plexus around the carotid sheath (Horner’s Syndrome) d)Radiographic evidence i)CT can evaluate for mastoid and petrous air cell opacification[] […] control ventilation asthenic hoarseness asthmatoid wheeze asymptomatic carrier asynergia ataxia ataxia-teleangiectasia ataxic nystagmus atelectasis atelectatic ear atelectatic rale[] ) Involvement of the sympathetic plexus around the carotid sheath (Horner’s Syndrome) Radiographic evidence CT can evaluate for mastoid and petrous air cell opacification[]

  • Dressler Syndrome

    syndrome Hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid), High blood pressure in children Hot flashes Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, High cholesterol HPV infection Hypochondria, Hip fracture[]  Symptoms appear 2-3 weeks following infarct/surgery–sometimes years  Chest pain (91%), fever, pericardial and pleural effusion  Also rales, SOB and leukocytosis  Pleural[] May last for weeks or months Pleuritic chest pain (91%) Fever Pericardial and pleural effusion Pericardial friction rub Effusions can be bloody and cause tamponade Also rales[]

  • Orthostatic Syncope

    […] symptoms Symptoms of decreased sympathetic function may include the following: Orthostatic hypotension Decreased sweating Ejaculatory dysfunction Ptosis associated with Horner[] ., rales, wheezing) suggest pulmonary (asthma, pneumonia) or cardiac disease (congestive heart failure [CHF]).[] Urinary retention: May cause bladder distention Decreased sweating: Manifesting as heat or exercise intolerance Ophthalmologic manifestations: Including ptosis, anisocoria, Horner[]

  • Hemopneumothorax

    Reversible Horner’s syndrome and distended neck veins can also be apparent in patients with TP [ 11 ].[] There were bibasilar rales on auscultation of the lungs. Extensive, tender, keloids were present on her neck, chest, and upper back.[] Nonunion of the clavicle and thoracic outlet syndrome. J Trauma . 1989; 29(8):1127–1132. doi:10.1097/00005373-198908000-00010 [CrossRef] Jupiter JB, Leffert RD.[]

  • Systemic Scleroderma

    Horner, K. and Raugi, G. (Updated 2009 September 22). CREST Syndrome. eMedicine [On-line information]. Available online at through . Accessed August 2010.[] Physical exam reveals tightened, shiny skin with induration over her face and arms, sclerodactyly, and dry rales in the lungs.[] outlet syndrome (TOS).[]

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