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Laryngeal Syphilis


  • This book presents a complete picture of the art and science of stroboscopy. It includes not only comprehensive coverage of the imaging process, but also the disease process that exists in benign lesions, cancer, and neuropathology.[books.google.com]
  • If fever, which cannot be traced to any other disease is present, it is suspicious of either diphtheria, acute catarrh with pseudoeroup, abscess or periehondritis.[gluedideas.com]
  • He admitted to having a sexual partner who had already presented with condylomatous anal injury.[bmcresnotes.biomedcentral.com]
  • Specific protocols are presented in Appendix B. FIGURE 204.1. A patient presenting with hoarseness and some dyspnea on exertion. A contrast-enhanced computed tomography study was done.[radiologykey.com]
  • Written by a physician who works in a multidisciplinary environment, the book outlines the roles of the otolaryngologist, speech-language pathologist, voice scientist, and singing teacher in the clinical examination.[books.google.com]
  • What aids to diagnosis has the physician who is called to attend such a case, and cannot examine the child's larynx? The history of the case is important although not always exact.[gluedideas.com]
  • Snapshot A 40-year-old woman presents to her primary care physician for a wellness exam. She currently does not have any acute concerns and reports to feeling well.[medbullets.com]
  • Gold Donor Verified Account 10 Year Member Joined: Oct 17, 2007 Messages: 6,381 Likes Received: 5,977 Status: Attending Physician Unless she has neurosyphilis, why not spinal, or at least epidural? BJA: Syphilis in pregnancy.[forums.studentdoctor.net]
  • He was criticized by the Royal College of Surgeons and the British Medical Association, and found it necessary to resign from the Royal College of Physicians.[emerituscollege.asu.edu]
  • It is hoped that, by displaying the interest and potential for development of such fields, this book may stimulate some pathologists to work in them.[books.google.com]
  • Voice assessment is necessary to plan and estimate the success of a possible speech therapy. [12] An auditory-perceptual evaluation is conducted by a Speech-Language Pathologist (S-LP) , and allows changes in voice quality to be monitored over time. [[en.wikipedia.org]
  • He succeeded in removing only a small portion of the nodule, which was sent to the famous pathologist Virchow. Virchow could find no evidence of cancer in the small specimen and requested a second piece of the lesion.[emerituscollege.asu.edu]
  • In the play one of Timon’s malignant tirades is directed at two prostitutes.[lancefogan.com]
  • Universe: Top ten evil human experiments #3 * I’ve always thought this is an extremely evocative name for a disease (although I grant the use of the word ‘insane’ is archaic and potentially un-PC) ** non medics – these are known, rather tastelessly, as prostitute’s[frontierpsychiatrist.co.uk]
  • Many famous historical figures are thought to have had syphilis, including Vincent van Gogh, Adolf Hitler and Leo Tolstoy, and prostitutes infected with syphilis are most likely the origin of the “femme fatale” character in literature.[bpac.org.nz]
  • ) 379.22 syphilitic 095.8 Hydrarthrosis (see also Effusion, joint) 719.0 syphilitic 095.8 Joint - see also condition von Gies' 095.8 Labyrinthitis (inner ear) (destructive) (latent) 386.30 syphilitic 095.8 Laryngitis (acute) (edematous) (fibrinous) (gangrenous[icd9data.com]
  • CancerWEB] Leprosy A chronic, mildly contagious granulomatous disease of tropical and subtropical regions, caused by the bacillus Mycobacterium leprae, characterized by ulcers of the skin, bone, and viscera and leading to loss of sensation, paralysis, gangrene[archaicmedicalterms.com]
  • Cutaneous changes in RA appear like subcutaneous nodules, often along the pressure points (for example olecranon), ulceration of feet cutis, rashes in vasculitis, palmar erythema, gangrenous pyodermia.[intechopen.com]
  • (see Goiter, [[Goiter]]): typically progressive Tracheal Cyst : typically progressive Tracheomalacia (see Tracheobronchomalacia, [[Tracheobronchomalacia]]): typically progressive Tonsillar/Adenoid Enlargement : typically progressive Unilateral Vocal[mdnxs.com]
  • […] carotid endartectomy, vagal nerve stimulator implantation [4] [6] ), injection of botulinum neurotoxin, or penetrating neck trauma. [3] Thyroid disease [ edit ] Causes of VF paresis also include diseases of the thyroid gland, such as hypothyroidism, goiter[en.wikipedia.org]
  • Abstract A 51-year-old male consulted our clinic complaining of hoarseness. The typical cutaneous sign (split papule) was observed as well as pharyngo-laryngitis. The serological test was immediately tried, and secondary syphilis was diagonsed.[jstage.jst.go.jp]
  • Congenital hoarseness points to congenital malformations, papillomata, or syphilis. An eruption coming on soon after birth also suggests syphilis.[gluedideas.com]
  • Hoarseness is a symptom of utmost significance and calls for a separate consideration as a subject because of the frequency of its occurrence as a distant signal of malignancy and other conditions” Chevalier Jackson Causes of hoarseness of voice: Inflammatory[sites.google.com]
  • Hoarseness is a harsh, rough, raspy quality to the voice. Hoarseness is generally caused by irritation of, or injury to, the vocal cords. This trauma to the vocal cords leads to a change in the pitch of the voice.[medicinenet.com]
  • TUBERCULOSIS OF LARYNX- SYMPTOMS• Throat pain• Referred otalgia• Hoarseness with weakness of voice (earliest symptom)• Painful speech• dysphagia 5.[slideshare.net]
Laryngeal Disease
  • Microlaryngoscopy with biopsy of the interior of the larynx is now a frequent procedure in the diagnosis of laryngeal disease.[books.google.com]
  • SARCOIDOSIS OF LARYNX• Chronic idiopathic granulomatous disease also called Besnier-Boeck disease• Head and neck manifestations in 10% of whom only minor proportion have laryngeal disease• Disease is usually self limiting• Pathology non specific granuloma[slideshare.net]
  • disease, which emphasizes nodal levels 2 through 6 ( Chapters 149 and 159 ) Evaluation of Perivascular and Perineural Spread Knowledge of the entire course of the vagus and recurrent laryngeal nerves on both sides and of the superior laryngeal neurovascular[radiologykey.com]
  • It was the first specialized facility for the diagnosis and treatment of laryngeal diseases.[emerituscollege.asu.edu]
Inspiratory Stridor
  • The attack may finally end in death by suffocation, There is a marked inspiratory stridor, while expiration, during which the larynx rises again, is easy and noiseless.[gluedideas.com]
  • Inspiratory stridor. 3. Indirect laryngoscopy shows oedema of supraglottic or subglottic region. Children may require direct laryngoscopy. Treatment If there is airway obstruction, intubation of larynx or tracheostomy will be immediately required.[earnosethroatclinic.blogspot.com]
  • On examination, patient had inspiratory stridor with mild suprasternal recession. Local examination of neck revealed mild laryngeal fullness on right side with laryngeal tenderness and no significant lymphadenopathy.[laryngologyandvoice.org]
  • Acute obstruction of the superior airways leads to inspiratory stridor, the use of subsidiary respiratory musculature which is manifested by entrainment in jugulum, intercostal spaces, supraclavicular pits and in epigastrium, respiratory weaknesses, peripheral[intechopen.com]
Expiratory Stridor
  • Expiratory stridor is rare in laryngeal stenosis, while it is charac teristic of traeheal stenosis. The head is bent forward in tracheal ste nosis.[gluedideas.com]
  • A compilation of early clinical presentations of congenital syphilis in 9 studies involving a total of 212 infants included abnormal bone radiographs (61%); hepatomegaly (51%); splenomegaly (49%); petechiae (41%); other skin rashes (35%); anemia (34%)[emedicine.medscape.com]
  • A compilation of early clinical presentations of congenital syphilis in 9 studies involving a total of 212 infants included abnormal bone radiographs (61%), hepatomegaly (51%), splenomegaly (49%), petechiae (41%), other skin rashes (35%), anemia (34%)[dermaamin.com]
  • ) (malignant) (membranous) (phlegmonous) (pneumococcal) (pseudomembranous) (septic) (subglottic) (suppurative) (ulcerative) (viral) 464.00 syphilitic 095.8 Laryngotracheitis (acute) (infectional) (viral) (see also Laryngitis) 464.20 syphilitic 095.8 Leontiasis[icd9data.com]
  • [Wordnet] Leontiasis The ridges and furrows on the forehead and cheeks of patients with advanced lepromatous leprosy, giving a leonine appearance.[archaicmedicalterms.com]
  • (F) CSF exam --Syphilitic chancre may be confused with genital herpes, chancroid (usually painful and uncommon in the US), lyphogranuloma venereum, or neoplasm. --Any genital ulcer should be considered a possible primary syphilitic lesion.[quizlet.com]
  • In geographic regions where chancroid is endemic (Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean), testing for Haemophilus ducreyi should also be performed.[std.uw.edu]
  • For this pur pose autopsy study is important and nowhere more so than in the disease of the inner ear, an area which has been developed mainly by otologists, but neglected by pathologists.[books.google.com]


  • The text also discusses the etiology, pathology, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of the diseases of the accessory sinuses of the nose.[books.google.com]
  • treatment by inhalation• Endoscopic removal of necrotic tissue to maintain airway• tracheostomy 15.[slideshare.net]
  • Treatment.—The underlying disease must first be conquered, the syphilitic cases being the most favorable for treatment. Local treatment consists in the use of leeches or ice compresses, and ice 111 the mouth for the pain in swallowing.[gluedideas.com]


  • The prognosis depends upon the underlying disease, but is serious in every case, because there may be danger to life. The pronosis is most favorable in syphilitic cases. A chronic hoarseness and stenosis must always be considered. Treatment.[gluedideas.com]
  • Rarely, in severe infections such as those with herpes viruses, laryngeal erosion and necrosis may occur. [ 1 ] Prognosis In acute laryngitis, the prognosis is usually excellent.[patient.info]
  • .• Painless asymptomatic condition may be discovered incidentally• Prognosis is good• Treatment is anti tubercular drugs 21. MYCOSIS OF LARYNX• Following mycosis can occur in the larynx1. Candidiasis2. Coccidioidmycosis3. Paracoccidioidmycosis4.[slideshare.net]
  • The condition is a very grave one; the prognosis depends largely on the associated pulmonary infection - if that be extensive, a very small amount of laryngeal mischief resists treatment, while, if the case be the contrary, a very extensive mischief may[theodora.com]


  • The text also discusses the etiology, pathology, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of the diseases of the accessory sinuses of the nose.[books.google.com]
  • Etiology and pathogenesis SYPHILIS OF THE LARYNX (LUES LARYNGIS) Primary, the chancre of the larynx is extremely rare: on the way to the larynx spirochete penetrates the microscopic cracks of the mucous membranes of the mouth and pharynx.[lecheniebolezni.com]
  • Any condition, regardless of etiology, that is suspicious for deep infiltration or cancer should be studied primarily with CT if imaging is desired as part of the evaluation.[radiologykey.com]


  • : with tracheal stenosis Hurler’s Syndrome Epidemiology : with tracheal stenosis Mucous Plug (see Mucous Plug, [[Mucous Plug]]) Epidemiology : tracheobronchial obstruction by mucous plugging is common in patients with lung disease and infection in the[mdnxs.com]
  • Definitions, differential diagnosis, and epidemiology. Am J Surg Pathol 1996; 20(1):103-111. ‎ Seite 91 - Everett LA, Glaser B, Beck JC, Idol JR. Buchs A, Heyman M, Adawi F, Hazani E, Nassir E.[books.google.de]
  • The Oslo study of the natural history of untreated syphilis: An epidemiologic investigation based on a restudy of the Boeck-Bruusgaard material a review and appraisal. J Chronic Dis. 1955;2(3):311-44. Olansky S.[bpac.org.nz]
  • Epidemiology Accurate figures regarding acute laryngitis are not available, as the condition often goes unreported.[patient.info]
  • Post-surgical intervention is warranted to restore laryngeal muscle strength, agility and coordination. [20] Epidemiology [ edit ] Due to the complex and controversial nature of this condition, [3] epidemiological (incidence) reports vary significantly[en.wikipedia.org]
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  • This suggests that differences in pathophysiology between LPR and GERD patients are part of the basis for the contrasting symptomology.[nature.com]
  • Pathophysiology and Patterns of Disease Epiglottitis/supraglottitis causes severe mucosal disease in the supraglottis with secondary edema that spreads freely within the loose spaces of the supraglottis.[radiologykey.com]
  • The basic pathophysiology is inflammation of the mucosa lining the vocal folds and larynx. If infection is involved, white cells aggregate to remove infectious material from the area.[patient.info]
  • Cricoid necrosis as the last phase of pathological changes on the cricoid cartilage can cause serious pathophysiological disturbances ( Gatland, 1988 ).[intechopen.com]
  • Pathophysiology In acquired syphilis, the organism rapidly penetrates intact mucous membranes or microscopic dermal abrasions and, within a few hours, enters the lymphatics and blood to produce systemic infection.[dermaamin.com]


  • Screening for Syphilis: Updated Evidence Report and Systematic Review for the US Preventive Services Task Force. JAMA. 2016;315:2328-37. 54. Workowski KA, Bolan GA; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.[std.uw.edu]
  • They have to be also aware of the preventive measures and precautions to be taken, which include: Avoidance of multiple sex partners Practice of safe sex (use of condoms that prevent entry of the syphilis bacteria) Excessive craving for drugs and alcohol[dovemed.com]
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 1600 Clifton Rd.[www2a.cdc.gov]
  • Prevention and screening: --Avoidance of sex is the only completely reliable method of prevention but is an impractical public health measure. --Latex or polyurethane condoms are effective but protect covered areas only.[quizlet.com]
  • PubMed View Article Google Scholar Lanier Y, Sutton MY: Reframing the context of preventive health care services and prevention of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections for young men: new opportunities to reduce racial/ethnic sexual health disparities[bmcresnotes.biomedcentral.com]

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