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1,019 Possible Causes for Jaw Dystonia, PaO2 Decreased, Pleural Effusion on Chest X-Ray

  • Congestive Heart Failure

    The daily dosage was adjusted on the basis of the patient's clinical response and her follow-up chest x-ray studies.[] Testing may include a chest x-ray to look for cardiomegaly (an enlarged heart), pulmonary edema (fluid in the lungs), or pleural effusion (collection of fluid around the lungs[] After 8 months of treatment, her symptoms improved and the pleural effusion showed significant regression.[]

    Missing: Jaw Dystonia
  • Acute Pancreatitis

    – BUN increase – Serum calcium – Base deficit – Fluid sequestration – PaO2 – AST aspartate aminotransferase; BUN blood urea nitrogen; PaO2 partial arterial oxygen tension[] Ileus, loss of psoas shadow, sentinel loop, pancreatic calcification, and calcified gallstones Chest X-ray Pleural effusions (usually on left) and pulmonary infiltrates Chest[] […] in HCT by 10% increase in urea by 1.8 Ca2 2, PaO2 60mmHg Mortality based on score 0-2 risk factors: mortality 1% 6 risk factors: mortality around 100% COMPLICATIONS General[]

    Missing: Jaw Dystonia
  • Pulmonary Embolism

    He still experienced pleural effusion and had symptoms of cough and shortness of breath. Chest X-ray demonstrated bilateral pleural effusion.[] Chest computed tomography (CT) angiography demonstrated left lower pulmonary embolism.[]

    Missing: Jaw Dystonia
  • Pneumococcal Pneumonia

    According to the World Health Organization, pneumonia should be diagnosed by the identification of alveolar consolidation or pleural effusion on the chest X-ray. 2 Symptoms[] Pleural effusion may contribute to chest pain and make breathing difficult. Chest x-rays are taken to look for signs of pneumonia.[] The chest X-ray showed a white lung on the left and the transthoracic ultrasound revealed a pericardial effusion, resulting in pericardial drainage and pleural puncture that[]

    Missing: Jaw Dystonia
  • Bronchogenic Carcinoma

    Chest X-ray lateral view showed a soft tissue swelling arising from the sternum.[] Diagnosis Testing After physical examination and CBC, chest x-ray is often the first test performed.[] Examination of the respiratory system did not reveal any pleural effusion or gross mass lesion. Examination of other systems was within normal limits.[]

    Missing: Jaw Dystonia
  • Bacterial Pneumonia

    Some of the common conditions that can be evaluated by a chest X-ray tests are: pneumonia, congestive heart failure, emphysema, lung mass or lung nodule, tuberculosis, fluid[] (e.g., pleural effusion).[] […] around the lung (pleural effusion), fracture of the vertebrae (bones of the back), rib fractures, or cardiomegaly, or enlarged heart.[]

    Missing: Jaw Dystonia
  • Empyema

    Chest x-ray showed right-sided massive pleural effusion. He was diagnosed with spontaneous bacterial empyema.[] […] method Chest X-ray, Ultrasound, CT scan, thoracentesis Differential diagnosis Pneumonia, pleural effusion, pulmonary embolism Treatment Supportive care, antibiotics, surgery[] The standard plain chest X-ray is still useful in detecting pleural effusions which may represent an empyema.[]

    Missing: Jaw Dystonia
  • General Anesthesia

    Following emergence, he had trismus and jaw discomfort.[] In his chest X-ray, total atelectasis was determined in the left lung. Pleural effusion was ruled out with thoracic ultrasonography.[] X-ray was followed in SICU 46.[]

  • Chronic Thromboembolic Pulmonary Hypertension

    In the transitioned group, BNP significantly decreased by -116.5 188.6pg/ml (P 0.0156). The 6MWD, mPAP, PVR, CI, and PaO2 improved but not significantly.[]

    Missing: Jaw Dystonia
  • Asbestosis

    : bloody (exudative) pleural effusion Imaging (Chest x-ray and CT ) ; : Multiple nodular, pleural lesions ( pleural thickening) Ipsilateral hemothorax Reduced size of ipsilateral[] The chest x ray also will usually show signs of pleural effusion in people who have mesothelioma.[] Occasionally the chest X-ray may also show fluid at the base of the lungs ( pleural effusion ) or other lesions such as lung cancer.[]

    Missing: Jaw Dystonia