Create issue ticket

619 Possible Causes for Hypoxia, Tinnitus

  • Myeloproliferative Disease

    Secondary PolycythemiaSecondary PolycythemiaAppropriate EPO (tissue/kidney hypoxia)Appropriate EPO (tissue/kidney hypoxia)pulmonary diseasepulmonary diseasehigh altitudehigh[] […] myeloid metaplasia Easy bruising, bleeding, and/or symptoms of thrombosis Swollen, painful joint(s) secondary to gouty arthritis that is secondary to hyperuricemia Priapism, tinnitus[]

  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

    Treatment is directed toward the relief of tissue hypoxia and the removal of CO from the body.[] This reduces the usual ready O2 release in the tissue and is a major factor in the production of CNS hypoxia and damage.[] CO toxicity is the result of a combination of tissue hypoxia-ischemia secondary to carboxyhemoglobin formation and direct CO-mediated damage at a cellular level.[]

  • Polycythemia Vera

    While hypoxia has been demonstrated in some patients with polycythemia vera (4-6) it has been attributed in these instances to co-existent cardiorespiratory disease (1, 6)[] Polycythemia Vera Signs and symptoms Symptoms related to expanded blood volume and increased viscosity Headache, tinnitus, dizziness, blurred vision, TIAs, and fatigue Generalized[] Clinical description Symptoms are often insidious at onset and may include headache, dizziness, vertigo, tinnitus, visual disturbances, and pruritus after bathing, a ruddy[]

  • Anemia

    Because red blood cells (as hemoglobin) carry oxygen, a decreased production or number of these cells result in "hypoxia."[] Tinnitus This is extremely common in patients with PA and is probably due to slight nerve damage to the brain.[] In states of hypovolemic hypoxia, the increased venous tone due to sympathetic discharge is thought to dominate the vasodilator effects of hypoxia.[]

  • Von Hippel-Lindau Disease

    […] pVHL, the protein product of the von Hippel-Lindau (VHL) tumor suppressor gene, is a ubiquitin ligase that targets hypoxia-inducible factor α (HIF-α) for proteasomal degradation[] In 1960, a 24-year-old woman presented with unilateral hearing loss, pulsatile tinnitus and a mass visible on otoscopy.[] VHL acts as a tumor suppressor, mainly through the negative regulation of hypoxia-inducible factors.[]

  • Acoustic Trauma

    The rationale of administering oxygen to patients with AAT is based on experimental studies showing that noise exposure results in cochlear hypoxia, which could be compensated[] The most effective masking of the tinnitus due to acoustic trauma was by pure tones.[] Acute acoustic trauma (AAT) is a sensorineural hearing impairment due to exposure to an intense impulse noise which causes cochlear hypoxia.[]

  • Head Injury

    Hypoxia and hypotension accounts for the majority of secondary insults associated with traumatic head injuries.[] Huffing American Tinnitus Assoc: Ringing in the ears - Information, resources and support.[] Possible causes of widespread brain damage include birth hypoxia, prolonged hypoxia (shortage of oxygen), poisoning by teratogens (including alcohol), infection, and neurological[]

  • Presbycusis

    Second, increased blood viscosity could induce tissue hypoxia by decreasing capillary blood flow and oxygen transport.[] […] with tinnitus become crucial.[] In patients with unilateral sensorineural hearing loss and tinnitus, fitting the impaired ear is sufficient.[]

  • Hypertension

    Here Dabral et al. describe a RASSF1a-HIF-1α feedforward loop driving the Warburg effect both in a mouse model of hypoxia-induced pulmonary hypertension and a subset of human[]

  • Secondary Polycythemia

    The expression of hypoxia-inducible factor (HIF)-1α, which is undetectable in normal kidney, was observed in the renal tubule epithelium compressed by lymphoblastic cells.[] Confusion and ringing in the ears ( tinnitus ) may also occur.[] Chronic hypoxia has been implicated in the pathogenesis of NBTE in both human and animal studies.[]

Further symptoms

Similar symptoms