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3,940 Possible Causes for Jaw Dystonia, Pleural Effusion on Chest X-Ray, Syncope

  • Cardiomyopathy

    In patients with congestive heart failure, chest x-ray will show signs of congestion, an enlarged cardiac silhouette and possibly pleural effusions ( Figure 3 ).[] Dogs diagnosed this way had more VPCs, polymorphic VPCs, couplets, triplets, VTs and R-on-T-phenomenon and syncope, decreased right ventricular function and dilatation in[] The following symptomatology may be seen in patients with HCM: Dyspnea Pre-syncope or syncope Chest pain Orthopnea Dizziness Paroxysmal Nocturnal Dyspnea (PND) Palpitations[]

    Missing: Jaw Dystonia
  • 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.[] […] on the right side of the heart, and it may be more easily felt Eyes or feet may be puffy as the right heart fails Chest pain Palpitations (irregular heartbeat) Dizziness Syncope[] People whose heart failure is primarily low output heart failure are more likely to have low blood pressure, lightheadedness, and syncope.[]

    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.[] We investigated the incidence of syncope, examined the clinical factors associated with syncope, and assessed the association between syncope and the short-term outcomes of[] Inclusion criteria were patients presenting with syncope to ED or hospitalized due to syncope, and etiologies including PE.[]

    Missing: Jaw Dystonia
  • Meigs Syndrome

    […] or jaw dystonia (Oromandibular).[] Her post-operative recovery was uneventful with complete resolution of her symptoms as well as her pleural effusion on chest X-ray.[] Clinical Features of Segmental Craniocervical Dystonia: Patients with blepharospasm may also have lower facial dystonia, masticatory (jaw muscles) dystonia, lingual (tongue[]

  • Dissecting Aortic Aneurysm

    Chest X-ray showed a huge collection of fluid in the pleural cavity. USG of chest showed B/L moderate pleural effusion.[] Following a further syncopal attack with severe thoracic pain, the patient was hospitalized at the intensive care unit.[] For example, syncope is observed in almost 5% of cases.[]

    Missing: Jaw Dystonia
  • Chronic Thromboembolic Pulmonary Hypertension

    We describe the case of a 43-years old with a history of progressive shortness of breath, hemoptysis, chest discomfort and syncope.[] Patients present with nonspecific symptoms, such as breathlessness and syncope, which means that other more common conditions are sometimes suspected before CTEPH, leading[] A 51-year-old woman presented with a one-year history of progressive dyspnea, WHO functional class III-IV and exercise-related syncope.[]

    Missing: Jaw Dystonia
  • Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension

    At admission, all patients presented with syncope, World Health Organization functional class IV, right-sided heart failure, and extremely severe hemodynamic parameters.[] Only then, patients note reduced performance, breathing difficulties, dizziness and syncopes.[] Ordinary physical activity causes undue dyspnea or fatigue, chest pain, or near syncope.[]

    Missing: Jaw Dystonia
  • Malaria

    A 39-year-old man was admitted to a district hospital with a 3-day history of headache, fever, and chills in association with vomiting, abdominal pain, and syncope.[] Case 3, a 39-year-old man, was admitted to a district hospital with a 3-day history of headache, fever and chills in association with vomiting, abdominal pain and syncope.[]

    Missing: Jaw Dystonia
  • Heart Failure

    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[] Light-headedness or syncope. Anorexia.[] The confirmation, classification of severity, and clinical follow-up of pulmonary congestion and pleural effusions should be done using the chest X-ray.[]

    Missing: Jaw Dystonia
  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

    effusion, fluid in major fissure, sometimes pulmonary edema (seen on chest x-ray) Volume restriction without airflow limitation (detected by pulmonary function tests) Obliterative[] Mostly male nonsmokers Almost all have chronic sinusitis Predominately in those of Asian descent Heart failure All ages, but most often in older or middle age Enlarged heart, pleural[]

    Missing: Jaw Dystonia

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