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Synonyms for hemoptysis

coughing up blood from the respiratory tract


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A 56-year-old man with a prior history of prostate cancer presented to his primary care physician with a 1-month history of cough, hemoptysis and shortness of breath on exertion.
A total of six patients (3%) treated with the device had hemoptysis, which typically occurred soon after the procedure and was self-limited; one patient developed severe hemoptysis 31 days after treatment.
A computed tomography scan of the chest done for workup of hemoptysis showed emphysema and a decrease in the coronal dimension of the intrathoracic trachea associated with widening of the sagittal diameter, a deformity known as a saber-sheath trachea.
Clinicians should consider leptospirosis (SPHS) in patients with acute fever accompanied by hemoptysis after travel to Hawaii, and leptospirosis should be suspected in any traveler with undifferentiated febrile illness, especially those reporting water exposures (2).
He noticed some blood on blowing his nose but denied frank hemoptysis.
The next five factors were pain (59%), fatigue (58%), shortness of breath (58%), hemoptysis (58%), and depression (47%).
Most patients (92%) develop a nonspecific cough, often with hemoptysis, sputum and fever.
A 30-year-old African American man presented to the hospital with a 2-week history of a productive cough, shortness of breath, chills, hemoptysis, and pleuritic chest pain in the left posterior chest.
Severe bleeding: Severe or fatal bleeding, including hemoptysis (coughing up of blood), GI bleeding, hematemesis (bloody vomit), central nervous system (CNS) hemorrhage (bleeding in the brain), epistaxis (nose bleed), and vaginal bleeding occurred up to five-fold more frequently in patients receiving Avastin.
A 20-year-old healthy female college swimmer was referred for evaluation of intermittent episodes of hemoptysis for 1 year.
3%) and additional adverse events reported in greater than or equal to 10% of patients are hemoptysis (17.
These chemicals promote epistaxis, hemoptysis, hematemesis, and rectal and vaginal bleeding.