2) Symptoms of pneumopericardium include chest pain, dyspnea, cyanosis
, hypotension, bradycardia or tachycardia, and pulsus paradoxus.
Raynaud's phenomenon is characterized by episodic digital blanching, cyanosis
, and rubor of the fingers and/or toes following exposure to cold and subsequent rewarming.
There is also an increase in respiratory rate and cyanosis
3,5) Physical examination may show tachypnea, tachycardia, cyanosis
, or ipsilateral decreased breath sounds; however, chest radiographs are required for definitive diagnosis.
Because infants are preferential nose breathers, this displacement can cause significant respiratory distress, manifested as cyanosis
, labored breathing, and poor feeding.
Her chest was clear to auscultation, and there was no cyanosis
, digital clubbing, or edema.
She was stable after pulmonary embolism event without signs of clinical deterioration, shock or cyanosis
Stridor, difficulty managing secretions, and cyanosis
are the late manifestations of impending airway obstruction.
Hemoptysis in isolated ARPA occurs in less than 10%, and rarely patients present with a history of recurrent pulmonary infection, pain in the chest, dysp nea on exertion, or cyanosis
may be episodic and vary with the patient's position.
A 25-day-old male baby was admitted to our department because of respiratory distress and cyanosis
, protodiastolic gallop, apical 4/6 systolic murmur, hepatomegaly and jugular venous pulse were revealed on physical examination.
A 20-year-old male was admitted to the hospital with cyanosis
, exercise intolerance and failure to thrive.
The occurrence of unruptured SOVA, MH, and patent foramen ovale (PFO) in the same patient has not been previously reported, based upon review in PubMed, nor has the simultaneous occurrence of these disorders in association with cyanosis
10) In this population, laryngomalacia leads to failure to thrive, obstructive sleep apnea, awake apneas with bradycardias and cyanosis
, and/or cyanosis