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124 Possible Causes for Jaw Pain, Retrosternal Chest Pain

  • Acute Myocardial Infarction

    Atypical symptoms include abdominal discomfort or jaw pain; elderly patients may present with altered mental state.[] CASE REPORT A 72-year-old male was admitted to our department with a chief complaint of intermittent retrosternal chest pain and was diagnosed with extensive anterior myocardial[] chest pain accompanied by tightness, discomfort, & SOB; cardiac pain often radiates to the arm & neck, and less commonly to the jaw; the pain of AMI generally is. not relieved[]

  • Unstable Angina

    The pain may spread down the left shoulder and arm and to other areas , such as the back, jaw, neck, or right arm.[] 73 year-old man presented to our emergency department with complaint of retrosternal chest pain since 2 day and admitted with diagnosis of unstable angina.[] The patient is a 75-year-old woman who presented with repeated episodes of retrosternal chest pain.[]

  • Myocardial Infarction

    Atypical symptoms include abdominal discomfort or jaw pain; elderly patients may present with altered mental state.[] Following admission she complained of retrosternal tightening type of a chest pain. She had elevated serum amylase and cardiac troponin.[] The typical chest pain of acute MI usually is intense and unremitting for 30-60 minutes.[]

  • Variant Angina Pectoris

    Other symptoms may accompany coronary artery spasms, such as pain radiating from the chest to the neck, shoulders, or jaw, and pain that only occurs while at rest.[] Fifteen minutes after a renal arteriogram (May 7) was performed, the patient had severe retrosternal chest pain associated with hypotension and bradycardia.[] Angina is pain or discomfort in the chest. It often has a squeezing or pressure-like feel. This discomfort can also be felt in the shoulders, arms, neck, jaws, or back.[]

  • Angina Pectoris

    Common symptoms of angina pectoris include: Uncomfortable pressure in the chest Fullness or squeezing sensation around the heart area Pain in the center of the chest Jaw pain[] This is the first example of angina-like chest pain which definitively resulted from a midoesophageal diverticulum.[] Chest pain caused by coronary heart disease Previous or current symptoms described as chest pain or pressure, jaw pain, arm pain, or other equivalent discomfort suggestive[]

  • Adenosine

    Chest pain or pressure. Fast or slow heartbeat . A heartbeat that does not feel normal. Shortness of breath. Seizures . Throat, neck, or jaw pain.[]

  • Foreign Body Aspiration

    […] indicates foreign body location Anterior jaw pain (pharynx) Neck Pain (cervical esophagus below cricopharyngeous) Chest Pain (thoracic esophagus) Initial Associated Symptoms[] Immediately the patient had bouts of coughing followed by right-sided and retrosternal chest pain which was relieved almost instantly.[] […] persistent (variably present) Stridor Wheezing Symptoms may vary by foreign body size Small objects may produce only a cough Larger objects may cause sonorous rhonchi Location of pain[]

  • Haff Syndrome

    […] strain injuries Jaw pain (TMJ) Sciatica Arthritis Tendonitis Myofascial pain syndrome Headaches and migraines Postoperative pain Digestive Issues & Nausea Heartburn, Acid[] Pain Sports injuries Muscle pain Back, neck and shoulder pain Leg, ankle and foot pain Arm, wrist and hand pain Knee pain Hip pain Carpal tunnel syndrome Tennis Elbow Repetitive[]

  • Mediastinal Emphysema

    Spontaneous pneumomediastinum presenting as jaw pain during labor. Obstetrics & Gynecology. 98(5 Pt 2):904-6, 2001 Nov. Abstract . 15. Dhrampal A. Jenkins J.[] Pneumomediastinum should be considered whenever there are anamnestic data for retrosternal chest pain accompanied by dysphagia, dysphonia, or dyspnea caused by cervicofacial[] She denied shortness of breath, voice changes, retrosternal chest pain, or febrile sensation.[]

  • Esophageal Burn

    […] and jaw pain are rarely the result of acid reflux Heartburn and Jaw Pain with Esophageal Spasm.[] A 66-year-old man with a history of coronary artery disease presented to the emergency room for the second time in one month with retrosternal chest pain, mild dysphagia,[] Thoracic esophageal perforation • retrosternal or chest pain lateralizing to the side of perforation. • The initial contamination of the visceral mediastinum is followed by[]

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