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170 Possible Causes for Increased Sweating, Neutrophil Count Increased, Pulmonary Embolism

  • Acute Myocardial Infarction

    Sympathetic activation is responsible for the diaphoresis (sweating) experienced by the patient.[] Activase is indicated for the lysis of acute massive pulmonary embolism (PE), defined as: Acute pulmonary emboli obstructing blood flow to a lobe or multiple lung segments[] A case of acute pulmonary embolism and acute myocardial infarction with suspected paradoxical embolism after laparoscopic surgery.[]

  • Polycythemia Vera

    […] platelet count, an abnormally increased neutrophil count, radiological evidence of splenomegaly, and abnormally low serum erythropoietin.[] The most common symptoms of polycythemia vera are fatigue, dizziness, increased sweating, redness in the face, blurred vision, and itchy skin especially after a hot shower[] embolism due to acquired thrombophilia associated to polycythemia vera carrying JAK2V617F gene mutation and HIT in the acute phase.[]

  • Myeloproliferative Disease

    Main feature: gradual increase in leukocyte count See too many neutrophils at various stages of maturation, granulocytosis with all granulocytic precursors, and there is characteristic[] embolism subsequent to splenectomy despite heparin prophylaxis.[] The risk factors for thrombotic events include elevated red blood cell counts, higher haemoglobin levels, an increased percentage of nucleated neutrophils at the time of diagnosis[]

  • Acute Bacterial Endocarditis

    The patient may exhibit any of the following signs and symptoms: fatigue and weakness; weight loss; fever and chills; night sweats; heart murmur; aches and pains; painful[] Pulmonary embolism presents with chest pain, acute dyspnea and cough.[] , and multiple septic pulmonary embolizations.[]

  • Liver Abscess

    […] serum white blood count and neutrophil level blood cultures for bacterial growth to determine which antibiotic(s) you need an MRI of the abdomen A pyogenic liver abscess[] embolism.[] Here we report the case of a 38-year-old man with acute renal failure and a tumor-like liver abscess and septic pulmonary embolism.[]

  • Dressler Syndrome

    The signs and symptoms of Dressler Syndrome include, but are not limited to, the following: Low-grade fever, chills, sweating Chest pain; pain in chest increases on coughing[] About 14 to 22% of patients with acute pulmonary embolism present with low grade fever, usually below 38.5 C [ 1, 2 ].[] Immunocompromised or human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)‑positive patients are at increased risk. 4 Nonspecific symptoms such as dyspnea, fever, chills, and night sweats develop[]

  • Lung Abscess

    Keywords: Lung abscess; Pulmonary embolism; Cavity; Lung cancer; Tuberculosis Introduction Pulmonary embolism is the most serious clinical presentation of venous thromboembolism[] Pulmonary embolism generally provokes tissue necrosis and secondary infection.[] embolism[]

  • Infective Endocarditis

    , i.e., sweatness and dyspnea at rest were revealed.[] Pulmonary embolism A pulmonary embolism occurs when a blood clot blocks blood flow to the lungs. In infective endocarditis, the cause of the clot is an emboli.[] These can include: feeling generally unwell, tired and inactive; having a fever; and/or shivering and sweating at night.[]

  • Pulmonary Embolism

    Other Signs and Symptoms Some people who have PE have feelings of anxiety or dread, light-headedness or fainting, rapid breathing, sweating, or an increased heart rate.[] The history and clinical examination of a case of pulmonary embolism are usually not sufficient to establish the diagnosis of pulmonary embolism with certainty.[] Increased anxiety Coughing up blood or pink, frothy mucus Fainting Signs of shock (inability to answer questions, losing consciousness, feeling very dizzy or lightheaded,[]

  • Subphrenic Abscess

    Excluding pulmonary embolism at the bedside without diagnostic imaging: management of patients with suspected pulmonary embolism presenting to the emergency department by[] Pulmonary angiography, ventilation lung scanning, and venography for clinically suspected pulmonary embolism with abnormal perfusion lung scan. ‎[] A chest CT scan was made looking for pulmonary embolism. It showed an atelectasis of the right lung base (Figures 1 and 2).[]

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