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37 Possible Causes for Laryngeal Stridor, Non-Cardiac Chest Pain

  • Relapsing Polychondritis

    […] tenderness, hoarseness, dyspnea, and stridor/wheeze.[] Location Commonly affected areas include: tracheobronchial tree : present in up to 50% of cases 2,3 external ear cartilages nasal cartilages peripheral joints laryngeal cartilages[] Of those, 18 patients were examined with CT- and MRI and presented all morphologic features of RPC like bronchial/laryngeal/auricular cartilage thickness, contrast enhancement[]

  • Anaphylaxis

    […] wheezing Lip swelling Rhinitis Stridor Tongue edema Cutaneous/mucosal tissue Most common symptoms Urticaria Generalized pruritus without rash Angioedema Erythema/flush Conjunctivitis[] Presentation Acute onset of illness May have biphasic recurrence 6-8 hours after initial episode Respiratory Lower airway Bronchospasm Dyspnea Tachypnea Wheezing Upper airway Laryngeal[]

  • Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease

    In addition to typical reflux symptoms, it can also be used for diagnostic purposes in patients with non-cardiac chest pain (NCCP).[] Fiberoptic laryngoscopy showed posterior laryngitis and paradoxical vocal cord adduction with audible inspiratory stridor.[] […] by hoarseness, stridor, or both) and gastroesophageal reflux.[]

  • Psychogenic Hyperventilation

    .- ) · of newborn ( P28.5 ) R06.0 Dyspnoea Orthopnoea Shortness of breath Excludes: transient tachypnoea of newborn ( P22.1 ) R06.1 Stridor Excludes: congenital laryngeal[] stridor ( P28.8 ) laryngismus (stridulus) ( J38.5 ) R06.2 Wheezing R06.3 Periodic breathing Cheyne-Stokes breathing R06.4 Hyperventilation Excludes: psychogenic hyperventilation[]

  • Croup

    The classic triad of symptoms in viral croup include stridor, a barking (deep) cough, and laryngitis.[] Fever Stridor.[] The classic triad of laryngitis, stridor, and barking cough is usually enough to establish the diagnosis.[]

  • Asthma

    Inspiratory stridor and wheeze suggest a laryngeal disorder including croup. Focal signs may suggest bronchiectasis or tuberculosis.[]

  • Small-Cell Carcinoma of the Lung

    […] following ways: constitutional fever weight loss malaise primary tumor cough hemoptysis dyspnea local invasion dysphagia ( esophageal compression ) hoarseness ( recurrent laryngeal[] […] nerve palsy) stridor (airway compression) SVC obstruction rib erosion metastatic spread (affecting 70% of patients are presentation) bone pain (bone metastases) focal neurological[]

  • Chest Trauma

    Results of cTnI were compared with those of 125 consecutive blood donors and 25 non-cardiac chest pain ED patients.[] […] tenderness -Tracheal deviation -Inspiratory stridor -Subcutaneous emphysema Lateral neck x-rays are the key to diagnosis of blank injuries to the larynx.[] […] fracture, surgical emphysema, hoarse voice or gurgling Complete airway obstruction — silent chest, paradoxical chest movements Partial airway obstruction — stridor, respiratory[]

  • Recurrent Small-Cell Carcinoma of the Lung

    The tumor may compress the contents of the mediastinum, manifesting as: Syndrome of superior vena cava (SVC) obstruction Changes in voice if the recurrent laryngeal nerve[] […] is compressed Hemi-diaphragmatic paralysis when the phrenic nerve is involved Dysphagia as a result of esophageal compression Stridor as a consequence of major airways compression[]

  • Bacterial Tracheitis

    Other family members might have mild respiratory illnesses with laryngitis.[] Pain when talking, especially if speaking loudly, is known as odynophonia, and may also be present in laryngitis.[] Most young patients with croup progress only as far as stridor and slight dyspnea before they start to recover.[]

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