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85 Possible Causes for Muffled Voice

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    Physical findings associated with epiglottitis include the following: Drooling Muffled dysphonia or loss of voice Stridor: Inspiratory stridor may be notable and best appreciated[]

  • Pharyngitis

    voice (“Hot Potato”)muffled voice (“Hot Potato”)  Drooling &/or fetid breathDrooling &/or fetid breath  look for unilateral mass in the supratonsilar area with possible[] voice Common infections causing a sore throat might result in other signs and symptoms, including: Fever Cough Runny nose Sneezing Body aches Headache Nausea or vomiting[] See a doctor immediately if the sore throat symptoms suddenly cause your voice to change to what is called "a hot potato" voice.[]

  • Patulous Eustachian Tube

    All breaths echo in my eardrum, and they don’t seem muffled much. And external noises, including the voices of other people, are not muffled.[] Symptoms: • Ear echo when I hear higher pitch noises, music or voices. • Head/ear pressure. • Muffled, "underwater" hearing from the afflicted ear. • I can hear myself swallow[] Similarly, external noises such as the voices of other people are also not muffled.[]

  • Faciocardiomusculoskeletal Syndrome Type Uruguay

    Abstract We report on three male patients from a single family with a brachyturricephaly, "pugilistic" facial appearance, a muffled voice, cardiomyopathy, muscular hypertrophy[]

  • Tonsillar Abscess

    Symptoms include difficulty swallowing, drooling, facial/neck swelling, fever, muffled voice, fever, tender glands, severe sore throat, and difficulty opening the mouth.[] You could suffer from fever, ear pain, a muffled voice and you will find it difficult to swallow saliva.[] Drooling Swollen neck Fever Headache Enlarged lymph nodes (swollen glands) in the neck Chills Swollen face Muffled voice Peritonsillar Abscess Prevention Obtain prompt treatment[]

  • Acute Epiglottitis

    Other important clinical factors to consider are odynophagia, drooling, hoarseness, muffled voice, dyspnoea, swelling of the posterior side of the epiglottis and a high WBC[] Symptoms include sore throat, dysphagia, respiratory difficulty and muffled voice.[] We found that symptoms of stridor and muffled voice, a rapid clinical course, and diabetes mellitus were the factors associated with airway intervention.[]

  • Peritonsillar Abscess

    Children with PTA often present with sore throat, dysphagia, peritonsillar bulge, uvular deviation, trismus, and a muffled voice.[] The specific signs of peritonsillar abscess in our patient included trismus, decreased phonation, and a muffled voice.[] Patients who received initial surgical management had larger abscess size (2.6 vs. 1.3 cm, P .001) and were and more likely to have muffled voice (79% vs. 47%, P .001), drooling[]

  • Retropharyngeal Abscess

    Snap Shot A 5-year-old boy presents to the ED with fever, neck pain, drooling and a muffled voice.[] May differ between adults and children Most common: Sore throat Neck pain/stiffness Odynophagia Dysphagia Fever Additional presenting symptoms: Stridor, dyspnea Muffled voic[]

  • Tonsillitis

    voice Once the cause and type of tonsillitis is determined, your doctor will determine the appropriate course of treatment.[] You may have these symptoms: Severe throat pain Muffled voice Drooling Difficulty opening mouth The symptoms of tonsillitis may look like other conditions or health problems[] Chronic: ongoing sore throat halitosis, and tender cervical nodes Peritonsillar abscess: sever sore throat, fever, drooling, halitosis, difficulty opening the mouth, and muffled[]

  • Haemophilus

    voice no cough drooling unable to talk child sits leaning forward child keeps his or her mouth open For meningitis in infants irritability sleeping all the time refusing[] Symptoms may include: Suddenly getting a very sore throat Fever Muffled voice No cough Shortness of breath As the infection gets worse, symptoms may include: Drooling Inability[] […] sore throat swelling around the eye (tends to be worse in the morning) For epiglottitis upper respiratory infection, such as a cold quick onset of a very sore throat fever muffled[]

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