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1,529 Possible Causes for Pulmonary Tuberculosis, Supraclavicular Fat Pads

  • Iatrogenic Cushing's Disease

    Common: centripetal obesity with dorsocervical and supraclavicular fat pads, facial plethora and "moon face," fatigue, hyperglycemia, hypertension, mood lability, easy bruisability[] Individuals with Cushing syndrome can develop moon facies, facial plethora, supraclavicular fat pads, buffalo hump, truncal obesity, and purple striae, as shown in the image[]

  • Cushing's Disease

    Individuals with Cushing syndrome can develop moon facies, facial plethora, supraclavicular fat pads, buffalo hump, truncal obesity, and purple striae, as shown in the image[] fat pads (buffalo hump) Usually, very slender distal extremities and fingers Muscle wasting and weakness are present.[] At baseline and at months 6 and 12, a reviewer at each site assessed patients for signs of hypercortisolism (facial rubor and supraclavicular and dorsal fat pads) by scoring[]

  • Adrenal Cortex Hormone

    Diagnosis of serious infection may be delayed (septicaemia, tuberculosis).[] Corticosteroids may activate or exacerbate infections (tuberculosis, amoebiasis, strongyloides).[] Corticosteroids predispose to fungal infections in chronic lung disease (pulmonary aspergillosis). [ 2, 3 ] Topical corticosteroids probably predispose to eczema herpeticum[]

  • Hyponatremia

    […] disorders Tuberculosis Pneumonia Fungal infections Lung abscesses Ventilators with positive pressure Drugs Desmopressin Oxytocin Vincristine Chlorpropamide Nicotine Cyclophosphamide[] […] disease Tuberculosis Pneumonia Bronchiectasis Aspergillosis Cystic fibrosis Positive pressure ventilation Miscellaneous Guillain-Barré syndrome General surgery Acute intermittent[] Pulmonary diseases such as pneumonia, tuberculosis (TB), lung abscess, pulmonary aspergillosis, cystic fibrosis.[]

    Missing: Supraclavicular Fat Pads
  • Obesity

    Tsigos C. a · Hainer V. b · Basdevant A. c · Finer N. d · Fried M. e · Mathus-Vliegen E. f · Micic D. g · Maislos M. h · Roman G. i · Schutz Y. j · Toplak H. k · Zahorska-Markiewicz B. l Author affiliations for the Obesity Management Task Force of the European Association for the Study of Obesity a Endocrinology,[…][]

    Missing: Pulmonary Tuberculosis
  • Atelectasis

    RESULTS: Eight patients (3 men and 5 women) with a medical history of active pulmonary tuberculosis were involved in this study. The median age was 23 years.[] Another common cause is pulmonary tuberculosis. Smokers and the elderly are also at an increased risk.[] Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis Fungal infections Radiation fibrosis Right middle lobe syndrome (Brock syndrome): Recurrent collapse due to airway disease, infection, or trapping[]

    Missing: Supraclavicular Fat Pads
  • Chronic Alcoholism

    A 42-year-old man with a history of Billroth II-gastrectomy, chronic alcoholism, and malnutrition developed acute tetraparesis, two days before admission. He presented with bilateral, proximal upper and lower limb weakness, limb girdle wasting, bilaterally reduced Achilles tendon reflexes, and bilateral stocking-type[…][]

    Missing: Supraclavicular Fat Pads
  • Morbid Obesity

    BACKGROUND: There are indications that pain perception is altered in patients with obesity, which complicates postoperative pain treatment. An essential part for adequate pain treatment is the capacity of the patient to grade pain. OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study was to identify the differences in pain[…][]

    Missing: Pulmonary Tuberculosis
  • Diabetes Mellitus

    Intensive diabetes therapy aimed at achieving near normoglycemia reduces the risk of microvascular and neurologic complications of type 1 diabetes. We studied whether the use of intensive therapy as compared with conventional therapy during the Diabetes Control and Complications Trial (DCCT) affected the long-term[…][]

    Missing: Supraclavicular Fat Pads
  • Pleurisy

    Other causes include pulmonary embolism, bronchial carcinoma, pericarditis, pneumonia, myocardial infarction, pulmonary tuberculosis and pneumothorax.[] Abstract Pleural tuberculosis is one of the most frequent forms of extra-pulmonary tuberculosis observed in patients infected with Mycobacterium tuberculosis.[] BACKGROUND: Pleural fluid is a frequent manifestation in pulmonary diseases, such as lung cancer and infectious diseases, including pulmonary tuberculosis (TB).[]

    Missing: Supraclavicular Fat Pads

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