Human head and neck Retropharyngeal abscess

Sore throat Author: Malinda Teague, pnp revision Date: October 3, 2014 alertsSore throat Author: Malinda Teague, pnp revision Date: October 3, 2014 alerts
Pfapa syndrome (Periodic fever, Aphthous ulcers, Pharyngitis, & cervical adenitis). Retropharyngeal abscess
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Teenager with recurrent severe epistaxis is highly supecious ofTeenager with recurrent severe epistaxis is highly supecious of
The most accurate investigation for confirming the diagnosis of cancer esophagus is. Retropharyngeal abscess
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Conditions of the Respiratory System General competenciesConditions of the Respiratory System General competencies
Understand basic and clinical knowledge of respiratory anatomy and pathophysiology of common respiratory diseases. Retropharyngeal abscess
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Sore Throat Jason Theiling, md and Alison S. Clay, md 2/10/2015Sore Throat Jason Theiling, md and Alison S. Clay, md 2/10/2015
Propose a Differential Diagnosis for Sore throat, including key features for various conditions. Retropharyngeal abscess
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Definitions AnatomyDefinitions Anatomy
Nasopharynx is right at the back of the nose, oropharynx is and the back of the mouth and the laryngopharynx is behind the voicebox. Retropharyngeal abscess
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Miscellaneous Pharyngeal Conditions Paterson-Kelly SyndromeMiscellaneous Pharyngeal Conditions Paterson-Kelly Syndrome
The major changes occur in the postcricoid region initially started by fissuring and hyperkeratosis followed by fibrosis, web formation and stricture. A small proportion of patients (3%). Retropharyngeal abscess
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Given an appropriate history and/or physical examinationGiven an appropriate history and/or physical examination
Differentiate life-threatening conditions (epiglottitis, retropharyngeal abscess) from benign conditions. Retropharyngeal abscess
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Introduction This is a true ent emergency and will result in high mortality / morbidity if unrecognizedIntroduction This is a true ent emergency and will result in high mortality / morbidity if unrecognized
Note that in most textbooks the situation of retropharyngeal air and/or frank abscess is described for this infection. These signs however are very late signs. Retropharyngeal abscess
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Emergency Medicine—Airway Emergencies Pharyngitis/TonsillitisEmergency Medicine—Airway Emergencies Pharyngitis/Tonsillitis
Gabs – sudden onset of sore throat, painful swallowing, chills, fever. To diagnose, need tonsilar exudate, tender anterior cervical adenopathy, fever. Retropharyngeal abscess
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1 In patients with a suspected infection1 In patients with a suspected infection
Determine the correct tools (e g., swabs, culture/transport medium), techniques, and protocols for cultures. Retropharyngeal abscess
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General Medical Officer (gmo) Manual: Clinical SectionGeneral Medical Officer (gmo) Manual: Clinical Section
Mortality from acute bacterial meningitis has remained at 5 to 10 percent despite antibiotic therapy and as many as 50 percent of survivors have some sequelae from their disease. Retropharyngeal abscess
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Traumatic Oesophageal Perforation: An Unusual Complication Following Endotracheal IntubationTraumatic Oesophageal Perforation: An Unusual Complication Following Endotracheal Intubation
Iatrogenic perforation of the cervical oesophageal is an uncommon but serious complication which can easily be overlooked leading to catastrophic events. Retropharyngeal abscess
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