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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «HAEMOPTYSIS» OVER TIME
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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about haemoptysis
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HAEMOPTYSIS»
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Oxford Textbook of Primary Medical Care: Principles and concepts
Table 1 Possible causes of haemoptysis System Cause for haemoptysis
Respiratory Bronchial carcinoma Bronchial adenoma Metastatic disease (rare)
Bronchitis Bronchiectasis Lung abscess Tuberculosis Necrotizing pneumonia
Roger Jones (Prof.), 2004
In this chapter you will learn to: Know the classification and causes of cough and
haemoptysis. Have a systematic approach to assessing a patient presenting with
cough or haemoptysis. Have a logical approach to investigating patients with ...
Robert Parker, Asheesh Sharma, 2008
Clinical Diagnosis Cardiovascular System
CHAPTER DEFINITION Haemoptysis is coughing out blood from the respiratory
tract. It may vary from slight streaking of sputum with blood to frank hemorrhage
from the lungs. It should be differentiated from haematemesis (vomiting blood) ...
On Loss of Weight, Blood Spitting, and Lung Disease
assigncd—haemoptysis. Loss of weight had not been treated with either oil or
emulsion. Time elapsed since first cough began, 3,650 days, 3,370 days before
present cough began. Cause of first cough assigned—m'Z. First cough began ...
Horace Dobell, 1879
Api Textbook of Medicine
INTRODUCTION Haemoptysis is defined as coughing up of blood from the
respiratory tract. It can range from streaks of blood in the expectoration to
coughing up of large quantities of blood. Haemoptysis is alarming for the patient
and can be ...
Y. P. Munjal, S. K. Sharma, A. K. Agarwal, M. D., 2012
Handbook of Palliative Care
Haemoptysis, or the expectoration of blood, can be a frightening experience for
patients and caregivers. It can range from occasional blood streaking of the
sputum, to massive amounts of frank blood. Massive haemoptysis is defined as ...
Christina Faull, Sharon de Caestecker, Alex Nicholson, 2012
French's Index of Differential Diagnosis, 15th Edition An A-Z
Suggesting haemoptysis Suggesting haematemesis
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Rapid bleeding from either
lung or upper alimentary tract produces only slightly altered blood, with or without
clots A B C D E F G H I J.
Mark T. Kinirons, Harold Ellis, 2011
Modern Medicine, Its Theory and Practice: In Original ...
In old age haemoptysis is also uncommon, but probably more frequent than in
infancy and childhood. Sex and age together seem to exert some influence on its
frequency. In 905 males at the Adirondack Cottage Sanitarium, 49 per cent. had ...
Sir William Osler, Thomas McCrae, 1907
European Respiratory Monograph 36: Respiratory Emergencies:
There is no specific definition of massive haemoptysis. In the literature, the
amount varies from 200–1,000 mL per 24 h, but is usually defined as w600 mL of
expectorated blood in 24 h [2–5]. Any amount of haemoptysis that causes
S. Nava, T. Welte, 2006
The cyclopaedia of practical medicine: comprising treatises ...
that the haemoptysis which, precedes or accompanies the symptoms of
confirmed consumption, arises much more frequently from bronchial hemorrhage
than from pulmonary apoplexy ; and the accuracy of this observation has been ...
Sir John Forbes, Alexander Tweedie, John Conolly, 1833
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «HAEMOPTYSIS»
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Shifting the goalposts on cancer diagnosis
'The risk from haemoptysis is high enough that it warrants really thorough investigation – so the specialist may wish to do a CT-scan or other ... «Pulse, Jul 15»
Take a look at…College policy brief on delayed cancer diagnosis
Some alarm symptoms or "red flags" (such as rectal bleeding, dysphagia, haemoptysis and haematuria) have positive predictive values for ... «New Zealand Doctor Online, Jun 15»
Coughing up blood: when should you be concerned?
Coughing up blood (haemoptysis), or blood in your sputum should always be treated as a warning sign. Although it may be a sign of something ... «Health24, Apr 15»
Riders angry after high-speed Basque Country crash
Pardilla was the worst injured, with the race doctors reporting he suffered a head trauma, haemoptysis (coughing up blood), a fractured ... «Cyclingnews.com, Apr 15»
Lung cancer is not just one disease
It has been found that a cough is present more frequently in earlier rather than later stage disease and that haemoptysis and dyspnoea can be ... «Nursing in Practice, Mar 15»
8 Things That May Be Wrong When You Suddenly Lose Appetite
... initially dry and then productive of bloody sputum (haemoptysis), weight loss and drenching night sweats. If you have any of these symptoms, ... «Nigerian Bulletin, Mar 15»
Tuberculosis (Tb) Control in India- A Long Way to Go
url Recently physician friend of mine lost his wife due to sudden and massive haemoptysis (coughing out of blood) that left her choked to death ... «Nagpur Today, Mar 15»
Red flag symptoms: Haemoptysis
Haemoptysis, a common symptom, may be caused by URTI. For example, most cases of haemoptysis in adults are caused by bronchitis, ... «GP online, Mar 15»
Singer-actress Demi Lovato Rushed to Hospital For Lung Infection …
Shortness of breath. Haemoptysis or the existence of blood in your sputum while coughing. Wheezing or stridor. Somnolence. Fever. Photo by Neon Tommy. «Health Aim, Feb 15»
Swine flu: Two suspects critical
"A 40-year-old resident of Cidco MIDC was admitted as a precautionary measure after she had complained of fever, cold, cough, haemoptysis ... «Times of India, Feb 15»
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