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3,812 Possible Causes for Labored Breathing, Mycobacterium Chelonae, Pleural Effusion

  • Pulmonary Atypical Mycobacterial Infection

    chelonae or Mycobacterium abscessus.[] In both of those studies, the authors observed no pleural effusion or adenopathy in any of the patients ( 2, 5 ).[] Fibronodular infiltrates on chest x-ray resemble those of pulmonary TB, but cavitation tends to be thin-walled, and pleural effusion is rare.[]

  • Congestive Heart Failure

    Some babies will have normal length, but low weight for age Shortness of breath or labored breathing Fatigue Needing to take frequent rest breaks while playing with friends[] A 79-year-old woman experienced episodic dyspnea with unilateral pleural effusion for 2 years.[] Computed tomography and X-ray of the thorax showed left-sided pleural effusion.[]

    Missing: Mycobacterium Chelonae
  • Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome

    They include: [2] Severe shortness of breath Rapid, labored breathing Rapid heart rate Extreme sweating Diagnosing ARDS There is no test available to specifically diagnose[] Real-time polymerase chain reaction tests of sputum and pleural effusion samples confirmed adenovirus serotype 7.[] If you or someone else is experiencing any one of them, seek medical help: Shortness of breath Fast, labored breathing Bluish skin or fingernail color Rapid pulse Fever Chills[]

    Missing: Mycobacterium Chelonae
  • Amyloidosis

    Patients usually exhibit symptoms of congestive heart failure, including: Shortness of breath Labored breathing during exercise Peripheral swelling ( edema caused by a buildup[] KEYWORDS: Congo red; amyloidosis; pleural effusion[] The visceral pleura may be affected and pleural effusion is common.[]

    Missing: Mycobacterium Chelonae
  • Nocardia Infection

    A cluster of cases of Mycobacterium chelonae keratitis following penetrating keratoplasty. Indian J Ophthalmol 2005; 53 : 67–68. 43.[] Symptoms may include chest pain, cough, bloody sputum, sweats, chills, weakness, lack of appetite, weight loss and difficult or labored breathing.[] The lesions can be either nodular or of an infiltrative kind, cavitations and pleural effusions can also be identified.[]

  • Congenital Malformation of the Lung

    Additional signs and symptoms Tachypnea Grunting respirations Labored breathing accompanied by chest wall retractions Cyanosis History A family history of tumors and/or cystic[] All but 1 patient—who presented with residual minor pleural effusion which was managed conservatively—had a normal chest X-ray at 1 month.[] Likewise pleural effusions or a bronchial cyst may simulate a CCAM. Perhaps the most common solid appearing lesion that may simulate a CCAM is a pulmonary sequestration.[]

    Missing: Mycobacterium Chelonae
  • Foreign Body Aspiration

    There are two forms of pleural effusions: malignant and benign effusions.[] Consolidation in the right inferior lobe and minimal pleural effusion were found on the lung radiograph and computed tomography scan.[] Complications due to delay in diagnosis included obstructive pneumonitis, atelectasis, lung abscess, and pleural effusion. (2) Chest computed tomography demonstrated the foreign[]

    Missing: Mycobacterium Chelonae
  • Transitory Tachypnea of the Newborn

    Some newborns have very fast or labored breathing in the first few hours of life because of a lung condition called transient tachypnea of the newborn (TTN).[] Case Images Diagnosis Transient tachypnea of the newborn Findings CR – Cardiomegaly, vascular congestion and small right pleural effusion.[] Common symptoms of this condition include: rapid breathing, which means over 60 breaths per minute labored breathing, including grunting and moaning nostril flaring bluish[]

    Missing: Mycobacterium Chelonae
  • Chronic Right-Sided Congestive Heart Failure

    Some babies will have normal length, but low weight for age Shortness of breath or labored breathing Fatigue Needing to take frequent rest breaks while playing with friends[] Pleural effusion Pleural effusion more evident on lateral view Pleural effusion is bilateral in 70% of cases of CHF.[] CHF'ers will have coughing, labored breathing, and wheezing. Listen for rales in lower lung lobes, tachypnea and pitting edema in legs.[]

    Missing: Mycobacterium Chelonae
  • Disseminated Tuberculosis

    […] avium / Mycobacterium intracellulare / MAP ( MAI infection ) · M. ulcerans ( Buruli ulcer ) · M. haemophilum R4 / RG : M. fortuitum · M. chelonae · M. abscessus Nocardiaceae[] Labor was assisted by a midwife. The infant cried and breathed at birth. No perinatal complications were reported. 1.4.[] A CT scan of the abdomen fortuitously revealed incidental pleural effusions and a subsequent CT scan of the chest demonstrated miliary infiltrates, suspicious for disseminated[]

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