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1,299 Possible Causes for Pericarditis, Peripheral Neuropathy

  • Infectious Mononucleosis

    Nervous system Meningoencephalitis Bell's palsy (facial palsy) Transverse myelitis Guillain–Barré syndrome Gastrointestinal tract Hepatitis Lungs Interstitial pneumonia Heart Pericarditis[] Rare and severe potential complications of mono include inflammation of the heart (myocarditis), inflammation of the heart lining (pericarditis), inflammation of the brain[] The rare severe complications include destruction of red blood cells (hemolytic anemia ) and inflammation of the sac surrounding the heart ( pericarditis ), the heart muscle[]

  • Tuberculosis

    The patients may present with constrictive pericarditis or pericardial fluid accumulation leading to cardiac tamponade.[] Peripheral neuropathy is an adverse effect of INH as well as the NRTIs d4T and ddI.[] The result is a granulomatous pericarditis that can be hemorrhagic.[]

  • Hypereosinophilic Syndrome

    Previous evaluation revealed peripheral eosinophilia, pericarditis, and pneumonia.[] A 36-year-old male with no comorbidities presented progressive erythroderma, pruritus, peripheral neuropathy, and eosinophilia in the previous seven months.[] Cardiac involvement most commonly manifests as heart failure, intracardiac thrombus, arrhythmias, and pericarditis or very rarely as myocardial ischemia.[]

  • Short Bowel Syndrome

    Major adverse events were observed in 5 cases: bypass graft infection (n   2), hemorrhagic pericarditis (n   2), hemorrhagic shock (n   2) and aortic false aneurysm (n   1[] Vitamin B6 deficiency can cause peripheral neuropathies and seizures. Peripheral neuropathy can be a feature of B12 deficiency also.[] Vitamin B6 deficiency - peripheral neuropathies (also a feature of B12 deficiency) and seizures. Vitamin D depletion - poor growth, bowed extremities.[]

  • Serum Sickness

    ALTHOUGH carditis has been described as a manifestation of serum sickness in man, reports of acute pericarditis are uncommon.[] neuropathy or brachial neuritis.[] Neurologic manifestations include peripheral neuropathy, brachial plexus neuritis, optic neuritis, cranial nerve palsies, Guillain-Barré syndrome, and encephalomyelitis.[]

  • Autonomic Neuropathy

    She developed recurrent bouts of pericarditis. Separately, she began having episodes of presyncope.[] A basic understanding of the nervous system and peripheral neuropathies, chart findings to support a neuropathy, and ICD-9-CM and ICD-10-CM categorization of peripheral neuropathies[] Peripheral Neuropathy Definition The term peripheral neuropathy encompasses a wide range of disorders in which the nerves outside of the brain and spinal cord—peripheral nerves—have[]

  • Nitrofurantoin

    An 89 year-old Caucasian woman weighing 60 kg with diastolic heart failure and a history of urosepsis, viral pericarditis, and atrial fibrillation arrived at the emergency[] It is well documented that patients with preexisting renal dysfunction are at increased risk of having nitrofurantoin-induced peripheral neuropathy develop.[] Peripheral neuropathy can be both severe and irreversible.[]

  • Isoniazid

    Surgery may be necessary to obtain specimens for diagnosis and to treat such processes as constrictive pericarditis and spinal cord compression from Pott’s Disease.[] , memory impairment, optic neuritis , paresthesia of the feet/hands, toxic encephalopathy [ Ref ] Peripheral neuropathy usually occurred with doses over 5 mg/kg. [ Ref ] Hepatic[] Side effects may include hepatitis (especially in older patients), peripheral neuropathy, dizziness, and headache.[]

  • Diabetes Mellitus

    Purulent pericarditis is a life-threatening disorder, even in the modern antibiotic era.[] We presented apical healing of the upper central incisor, retrofilled with TSC, in a diabetic patient (type 2 DM) with peripheral neuropathy.[] Also, there were significant changes in clinical findings for diabetic peripheral neuropathy.[]

  • Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

    Although pericarditis is not an uncommon entity in autoimmune diseases such as systemic lupus erythematosus, purulent pericarditis is a rare cause ( 1%) of this presentation[] GBS is an autoimmune peripheral neuropathy usually triggered by an antecedent bacterial or viral infection, with SLE being a rare cause.[] We report 2 cases of young patients referred for FDG PET/CT for peripheral lymphadenopathy and moderate fever associated with pericarditis in 1 patient and glomerulonephritis[]

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