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510 Possible Causes for Laryngeal Stridor, Stridor

  • Relapsing Polychondritis

    Imaging data was subsequently correlated with corresponding clinical symptoms like fever, dyspnea, stridor, uveitis, pain, hearing impairment as well as with acute-phase-inflammatory[] […] tenderness, hoarseness, dyspnea, and stridor/wheeze.[] 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[]

  • Bilateral Vocal Cord Paralysis

    We report a case of bilateral vocal cord paralysis leading to significant stridor in a patient with atypical parkinsonism (probable MSA).[] 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[]

  • Laryngeal Stridor

    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.[] [L. a harsh, creaking sound] stridor (strī dôr), n a peculiar, harsh, vibrating sound produced during respiration. stridor, inspiratory, n the stridor heard in inspiration[]

  • Congenital Laryngomalacia

    Symptoms of Congenital Laryngeal Stridor The main symptom of congenital laryngeal stridor is the high-pitched sound you hear when your baby breathes.[] What is congenital laryngeal stridor?[] Other characteristics of the stridor may include: The stridor changes with activity. The stridor is usually less noisy when the child is laying on his/her stomach.[]

  • Laryngeal Edema

    Stridor or reintubation 0.54 0.96 0.64 0.94 Wang et al. [ 19 ] 2007 88 Stridor 0.60 0.89 0.55 0.91 Maury et al. [ 20 ] 2004 0 Stridor 1.00 0.80 0.15 1.00 Chung et al. [ 13[] OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the risk factors for postextubation laryngeal stridor and its prevention by hydrocortisone in adult patients.[] Abstract Endotracheal intubation is frequently complicated by laryngeal edema, which may present as postextubation stridor or respiratory difficulty or both.[]

  • Hypoparathyroidism

    We present a previously undescribed case of stridor and apnea as the initial presentation of primary hypoparathyroidism.[] […] presentations: from the asymptomatic patient with dramatically low serum calcium to the acutely symptomatic patient with neuromuscular irritability, tetany, painful muscle cramps, stridor[] Stridor. Convulsions (usually grand mal). Syncope. Emotional lability, anxiety and depression, confusion. Memory impairment. Lethargy. Headaches. Brittle nails.[]

  • Acute Subglottic Laryngitis

    Stridor in Children FIGURE 3. Algorithm for evaluating stridor in children based on clinical findings. Adapted with permission from Handler SD. Stridor.[] 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.[] stridor Sniffles in newborn Snuffles in newborn excludes: early congenital syphilitic rhinitis (A50.05) T31.10 Burns involving 10-19% of body surface with 0% to 9% third[]

  • Shy Drager Syndrome

    Kienyon GS, Apps MC, Traub M (1984) Stridor and obstructive sleep apnea in Shy-Drager syndrome. Laryngoscope 94:1106–1108 Google Scholar 13.[] Orthostatic hypotension, laryngeal stridor, hoarseness, intermittent glottal fry and slow speech rate were found to be discriminating symptoms of SDS.[] A 70-year-old patient with bilateral vocal cord paralysis, accompanied by inspiratory stridor and increased snoring, is presented.[]

  • Cricoarytenoid Ankylosis

    Stridor in adults is much less common. Chronic stridor in adults often indicates serious underlying pathology.[] In 1958 Darke, Wolman and Young reported five cases of laryngeal stridor, where in four cases tracheotomy became necessary.[] Laryngoscope 1963 73:801-836 --- Peters JE, Burke CJ, and Morris VH: Three cases of rheumatoid arthritis with laryngeal stridor.[]

  • Bilateral Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve Paralysis

    Massive stridor on inspiration is the key symptom. Indirect laryngoscopy confirms the diagnosis.[] -in central position -airway is totally obstructed -may have a posterior chink voice in bilateral abductor paralysis -voice unaffected -pronounced laryngeal stridor[] In the pediatric population, hypocalcaemia constitutes an important cause for stridor and respiratory distress due to laryngospasm. (5) There are several reports on stridor[]

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