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187 Possible Causes for Laryngeal Edema, Laryngeal Stridor

  • Anaphylaxis

    If pharyngeal or laryngeal edema is present, a tracheostomy may be indicated. 2018 Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp., a subsidiary of Merck & Co., Inc., Kenilworth, NJ, USA)[] […] wheezing Lip swelling Rhinitis Stridor Tongue edema Cutaneous/mucosal tissue Most common symptoms Urticaria Generalized pruritus without rash Angioedema Erythema/flush Conjunctivitis[] Presentation can be mild (flushing, rash, urticaria, abdominal cramping, diarrhea) or severe (angioedema, laryngeal edema, bronchospasm, hypotension).[]

  • Peanut Allergy

    (Only two exceptions to these criteria could classify an event as anaphylaxis: isolated laryngeal edema or immediate shock and a syncopal event after injection of medication[]

  • Laryngeal Edema

    Laryngeal edema is such a rare complication that few adult cases have been reported. We report the first known pediatric patient with mumps with laryngeal edema.[] OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the risk factors for postextubation laryngeal stridor and its prevention by hydrocortisone in adult patients.[] Laryngeal edema was prospectively scored after treatment.[]

  • Acute Subglottic Laryngitis

    Icd 10 Laryngeal Edema Icd 10 Laryngeal Edema Search Results For Icd 10 Laryngeal Edema C32.0 Malignant neoplasm of glottis Inclusion: Malignant neoplasm of intrinsic larynx[] The next night heavy breathing and the characteristic cough recur, but the degree of laryngeal stridor is not as significant as it was the previous night.[] Laryngeal findings: Interarytenoid bunching, Posterior laryngitis and subglottic edema (Pseudosulcus) Sequelae of Laryngopharyngeal Reflux - Subglottic stenosis - Carcinoma[]

  • Laryngeal Stridor

    Clinical review: Post-extubation laryngeal edema and extubation failure in critically ill adult patients. Crit Care. 2009; 13(6): 233.[] Two patients with laryngeal stridor secondary to myasthenia gravis are reported.[] However, dystonia in the laryngeal adductor muscles has also been reported to cause laryngeal stridor.[]

  • Tracheal Edema

    Eight of the 76 patients (11%) needed re-intubation for laryngeal edema.[] Laryngeal dyskinesia, exercise-induced laryngomalacia and other disorders produce stridor. Laryngeal tumours may cause stridor.[] Categories of laryngeal edema: (1) major (2) minor (3) subclinical Features of major laryngeal edema: (1) severe respiratory distress (2) evidence of airway obstruction on[]

  • Hypersensitivity

    edema, diarrhea, urticaria, and shock.[] There will be increasing wheeze, due to bronchospasm, sometimes with stridor associated with laryngeal edema.[] : There are two forms of anaphylaxis: Systemic anaphylaxis: In some individuals, a severe reaction occurs within minutes, leading to symptomatology such as acute asthma, laryngeal[]

  • Congenital Laryngomalacia

    edema) narrowing of the windpipe (tracheal stenosis) When to call the doctor Acute stridor, especially when caused by inhaling a foreign object, can be a life-threatening[] Symptoms of Congenital Laryngeal Stridor The main symptom of congenital laryngeal stridor is the high-pitched sound you hear when your baby breathes.[] , lymphangioma, goiters, thyroglossal duct remnants, branchial cleft cysts, tetany, and laryngeal edema secondary to trauma or aspiration at birth.[]

  • Acute Laryngitis

    From this clinical experiences, it was supposed that the laryngeal edema observed in acute laryngitis might be occured on the basis of the abnormality in plasmin and complement[] stridor ( P28.89 ) obstructive laryngitis (acute) ( J05.0 ) postprocedural subglottic stenosis ( J95.5 ) stridor ( R06.1 ) ulcerative laryngitis ( J04.0 ) Use Additional[] Laryngeal edema, although rare, may cause stridor and dyspnea.[]

  • Bilateral Vocal Cord Paralysis

    In three patients, mild complications developed in the early post-operative period (two laryngeal edemas, one submucosal hematoma).[] stridor ( P28.89 ) obstructive laryngitis (acute) ( J05.0 ) postprocedural subglottic stenosis ( J95.5 ) stridor ( R06.1 ) ulcerative laryngitis ( J04.0 ) Use Additional[] A laryngeal carcinoma presenting as severe dyspnea and stridor due to bilateral vocal cord paralysis was found in a 66-year-old man who had been suffering from Parkinson's[]

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