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    Congenital Throat Problems Professional

    It is most commonly associated with cardiac and pulmonary abnormalities but ophthalmic and genitourinary problems are also documented.

    Cluster Headaches Professional

    Serum concentrations must be regularly monitored, as must renal, thyroid and cardiac function, and symptoms of lithium toxicity (polydipsia, polyuria, nausea, diarrhoea) may mean its abandonm...

    Thrombophilia Professional

    Investigations for cardiac disease, liver disease, nephrotic syndrome, or other causes of acquired thrombophilia as appropriate.

    Congenital HIV and Childhood AIDS Professional

    Signs of congestive cardiac failure due to cardiomyopathy. Peripheral oedema can also be caused by hypoalbuminaemia due to HIV nephropathy or malnutrition due to gastrointestinal dysfunction....

    Physical Training Professional

    Angina pectoris and intermittent claudication : Cardiac rehabilitation is essential for those recovering after myocardial infarction . It involves advice and graduated physical trai...

    Neurofibromatosis Professional

    Carcinoid tumours may give rise to facial flushing, diarrhoea, right-sided cardiac lesions, facial telangiectasias and bronchoconstriction. GI stromal tumours are also associated with NF1 and...

    Depression Professional

    Chronic diseases such as diabetes and cardiac disease . Cerebrovascular disease . Endocrine disorders such as hyperthyroidism , Cushing's syndrome , Addison's disease an...

    Asthma Professional

    Heart failure can cause nocturnal cough and cardiac asthma. Coronary heart disease - chest tightness or pain, especially on meeting a stiff wind on a cold morning - may be asthma or angi...

    Multiple Sclerosis Professional

    Other symptoms: These include Horner's syndrome, abnormal cardiac rhythm, abnormal vascular responses (with acute pulmonary oedema), weight loss, and inappropriate antidiuretic hormo...

    Myeloma Professional

    Features suggesting amyloidosis (eg, cardiac failure, nephrotic syndrome). Signs and symptoms of hypercalcaemia (eg, thirst, constipation, nausea, confusion).

    Bronchiectasis Professional

    In the presence of normal antibody screening test results where the following are present: Clinical suspicion of immune deficiency (short stature, facial abnormality, cardiac lesions, hy...

    Oral Anticoagulants Professional

    Abnormal LFTs. Cardiac failure. Low body weight. Parenteral feeding. Acute illness. Vitamin K deficiency.

    Primary Open-angle Glaucoma Professional

    Caution: darkly pigmented irides require higher concentrations but overdosage must be avoided, patients with retinal disease (especially previous detachment), cardiac disease, hypertension, a...

    Vitamin D Deficiency including Osteomalacia and Rickets Professional

    May present with symptoms of hypocalcaemia requiring urgent paediatric referral (eg, convulsions, irritability, tetany, breathing difficulties with apnoea or stridor), cardiomyopathy or cardiac...

    Combined Oral Contraceptive Pill (First Prescription) Professional

    Also cardiomyopathy with impaired cardiac function. Atrial fibrillation. Breast cancer. Primary liver cancers and severe cirrhosis.

    Sickle Cell Disease and Sickle Cell Anaemia Professional

    Stroke : clinical evidence of stroke occurs by age 20 years in 11% of patients with sickle cell disease. [ 3 ] Priapism: males with sickle cell disease may experience painful erections, which may ...

    Chronic Kidney Disease Professional

    ECG and echocardiography: to detect left ventricular hypertrophy and ischaemia, and to assess cardiac function. Imaging of the renal tract: Plain abdominal X-ray: may show radio-opaqu...

    Pre-pregnancy Counselling Professional

    Defects include intellectual impairment, cataract, deafness, cardiac abnormalities and intrauterine growth restriction. Infection in the first 8-10 weeks of pregnancy results in damage in ...

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