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which diseases of the lung normally have fever present?
bacterial pneumonia, influenza, anthrax, SARS, bacterial epiglottitis
which diseases of the lung normally have dry, hacking cough?
asthma, TB, cocci, cancer, GERD, ace inhibitor, pertussis
which diseases of the lung normally have productive coughs?
actue bronchitis, bacterial pneumonia, COPD
what can occur after URI?
acute bronchitis (later stages) or bacterial pneumonia (8-10 days after onset)
chest x-ray with acute bronchitis is __
negative
what is associated with productive and purulent cough throughout the day
bacterial pneumonia
chest x-ray with bacterial pneumonia is ___
positive with infiltrates
symptoms of COPD include
rhonchi/wheezing in later stages, decreased breath sounds in emphysema, use of ancillary muscles
which is characteristic with cough worse at night between 2 and 6
asthma
which may have symptoms of allergic rhinitis or atopic dermatitis
asthma
which nonproductive cough has a positive chest x-ray?
TB/cocci/cancer
which is characteristic of episodic violent coughing spasms
pertussis (whooping cough)
which lung condition is characteristic of slow onset and typical cold symptoms
URI
which lung conditions result in dyspnea
pneumonia, pulmonary embolism, asthma, COPD, congestive heart failure
which lung condition results in an inspirational stridor
croup
which lung condition has wheezing cleared on coughing
acute bronchitis
which lung condition has expiratory wheezing?
asthma
which lung condition has stridor on inspiration and wheezing on expiration
pertussis
which lung condition is worse within an hour of lying down
GERD
which lung condition has a cough dry or productive 2-4 hours after lying down
congestive heart failure
which lung condition results in muscle pain and increased breathing
influenza/viral pneumonia
what ear condition is associated with a red/bulging TM and loss of landmarks
acute otitis media
which ear conditions result in decreased hearing
acute otitis media, serous otitis media, chronic suppurative otitis media, otitis externa sometimes
which ear conditions result in pain?
acute otitis media, otitis externa, TMJ, sometimes chronic suppurative otitis media
which ear condition is associated with fever?
acute otitis media
which ear conditions are associated with discharge?
chronic suppurative otitis media, otitis externa
which ear conditions are associated with nonmobile TMs
acute otitis media and serous otitis media
which ear conditions is associated with a large central perforation of the TM and cholesteatoma
CSOM
which ear condition is associated with red, swollen canal wall and picturesque growths
otitis externa
which ear condition is associated with headaches, and muscle spasm
TMJ
which ear condition is associated with recent allergic rhinitis
serous otitis media
which ear condition results in increased visibility of landmarks and fulid levels
serous otitis media
which throat conditions are associated with fevers
strep throat, viral pharyngitis (maybe), herpangina, HFM disease, bacterial epiglottitis, mono (lowgrade)
which throat conditions have an absensce of cough or other URI symptoms
strep throat, viral pharyngitis, herpangina, HFM, mono, epiglottitis
which throat conditions have URI symptoms
allergy/URI, laryngitis maybe (associated with URI)
which throat condition is associated with a red posterior pharynx with pus
strep throat, viral pharyngitis (more mild)
which throat condition is associated with swollen tonsils with pus
strep throat, viral pharyngitis (more mild)
which throat condition is associated with nasal drainage on posterior pharynx
allergy/URI
which throat conditions are associated with severe pain, malaise, difficulty swallowing
herpangina and HFM disease
which throat condition is associated with ulcerations with a red border on tonsilar pillars/posterior pharynx
herpangina
which throat condition is associated with mildly inflammed pharynx without pus, and jaundice
mononucleosis
which condition is associated with a cough of more than 14 days
RSV "flu"
asthma, COPD, TB/Cocci/Cancer, pneumonia