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12 Possible Causes for Tracheal Deviation, Tracheal Tug

  • Thoracic Aortic Aneurysm

    Treatment of an aberrant right subclavian artery (arteria lusoria) aneurysm is traditionally performed surgically or via a hybrid approach. To our knowledge, a fully percutaneous approach has not yet been reported. We describe the fully endovascular exclusion of an aberrant right subclavian artery and thoracic[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Pulmonary Consolidation

    Overview Disease Percussion Tactile fremitus Tracheal deviation Ascultation Consolidation (e.g. lobar pneumonia) Dullness Yes -- egophony (e to a) whispered pectoriloquy Pleural[medbullets.com] Oliver's Sign: Tracheal tug when patient lifts his chin up. Indicative of Aortic Aneurysm, pulling trachea downward by pressure of left main bronchus.[kumc.edu] Neck pharynx : Pharyngitis ( Strep throat ) larynx : Laryngitis · Croup · Laryngospasm · vocal folds : Vocal fold nodule · epiglottis : Epiglottitis trachea : Tracheitis · Tracheal[wikidoc.org]

  • Retropharyngeal Abscess

    There is right-sided cervical lymphadenopathy, with slight tracheal deviation to the right. Breath sounds demonstrate moderate stridor with slight coarse rhonchi.[hawaii.edu] Airway compromise usually presents as tachypnea, cyanosis, tracheal tug, or intercostal recession.[online.epocrates.com]

  • Upper Airway Obstruction

    The presence of UAO could not be correlated with stenosis, tracheal deviation, or results of CT on tracheal compression, despite being evaluated with the visual analysis of[eje.bioscientifica.com] Continued breathing effort against a partially or completely obstructed airway manifests it self as distorted paradoxical breathing and tracheal tug.[maskinduction.com] Stridor is accompanied by hoarseness, brassy cough, tracheal shift or tug and distended neck veins.[patient.info]

  • Laryngeal Stridor

    Retrosternal thyroid: Stridor with dysphagia, cough, hoarseness and tracheal deviation. Accompanied by signs of thyrotoxicosis .[patient.info] • Noisy breathing - stertor, stridor • Increased respiratory rate • Increased use of muscles (accessory, intercostal) • Tracheal tug • Difficulty in talking • Tachycardic[quizlet.com] Signs of airway obstruction include rib retraction, tracheal tug, paradoxical breathing movements (chest falls and abdomen rises with inspiration) and possibly stridor.[airwayjedi.com]

  • Congenital Tracheal Stenosis

    Stridor is accompanied by hoarseness, brassy cough, tracheal shift or tug and distended neck veins.[patient.info] Retrosternal thyroid: Stridor with dysphagia, cough, hoarseness and tracheal deviation. Accompanied by signs of thyrotoxicosis .[patient.info] Retrosternal thyroid: Stridor with dysphagia, cough, hoarseness and tracheal deviation. Accompanied by signs of thyrotoxicosis .[patient.info]

  • Cricoarytenoid Ankylosis

    Retrosternal thyroid: Stridor with dysphagia, cough, hoarseness and tracheal deviation. Accompanied by signs of thyrotoxicosis .[patient.info] […] anomalies , Cricoarytenoid ankylosis , Croup , Deviated septum , Dislocated cricothyroid or cricoarytenoid articulation , Edema of the glottis , Enlarged adenoids , Enlarged[wikidoc.org] Stridor is accompanied by hoarseness, brassy cough, tracheal shift or tug and distended neck veins.[patient.info]

  • Tracheal Edema

    Stridor is accompanied by hoarseness, brassy cough, tracheal shift or tug and distended neck veins.[patient.info] Anteroposterior radiograph of the neck (obtained in the same patient as in the previous image) demonstrates tracheal deviation to the right.[emedicine.medscape.com] […] cartilage Congenital dilatation of trachea Congenital malformation of trachea Congenital stenosis of trachea Congenital tracheocele acquired J39.8 Deviation (in) trachea[icd10data.com]

  • Laryngeal Obstruction

    Stridor is accompanied by hoarseness, brassy cough, tracheal shift or tug and distended neck veins.[patient.info] As the mean tracheal diameter measured at the thoracic inlet is 18.2 mm (standard deviation, 1.2 mm) in men and 15.2 mm (standard deviation, 1.4 mm) in women, considerable[clinicaladvisor.com] Retrosternal thyroid: Stridor with dysphagia, cough, hoarseness and tracheal deviation. Accompanied by signs of thyrotoxicosis .[patient.info]

  • Deafness-Small Bowel Diverticulosis-Neuropathy Syndrome

    Oliver's Sign: Tracheal tug when patient lifts his chin up. Indicative of Aortic Aneurysm, pulling trachea downward by pressure of left main bronchus.[kumc.edu] Tracheal Deviation : Tracheal deviation can be caused by other things than pneumothorax.[kumc.edu] The side of the pneumothorax acquires positive pressure, thus trachea deviates to the other side.[kumc.edu]

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