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Possible Causes For Laryngeal edema - Causes


List of current finding(s):

Electromagnetic, Physics, trauma, Radiation Causes
Burn, inhalation
Infectious Disorders (Specific Agent)
Allergic, Collagen, Auto-Immune Disorders
Atopic allergic diseases
Anaphylaxis, generalized
Idiopathic Anaphylactoid Reactions/Recurrent
Poisoning (Specific Agent)
Halogenated ethers/industrial exposure
Bee stings
Chemical fumes inhalation
Irritating inhalants
Smoke inhalation
Glue sniffing/ingestion
3-Quinuclidinyl Benzilate/Weapons (QNB/BZ) agent
Agent 15/Weapons agent exposure
Arsenical vesicants/CBW Weapon
Chloropicrin/Exposure inhalation
Cyanide CBW (Cyanogen chloride) exposure
Cyanide/Hydrogen cyanide exposure/poisoning
Diphosgene Weapon/exposure
Phosgene Oxime/Weapon (CX) agent
Vomiting CBW agent (Dm/Da/Dc) Weapon exposure
Acetone/Ketone poisoning
Acid ingestion
Acreolin inhalation/toxicity
Alkali corrosive/ingestion
Arsine gas (Hydrogen arsenide) poisoning
Binary agent exposure/nerve gas effect
Botulinum toxin/deliberate exposure
Bromine inhalation/toxicity
Caladium plant poisoning
Corrosive agent ingestion
Crude oil ingestion/aspiration
Gasoline poisoning
Hydrochloric acid fumes/poisoning
Mustard gas exposure/poisoning
Nerve gas exposure
Petroleum distillates/Naphtha poisoning
Sarin poison nerve gas exposure
Soman poison nerve gas exposure
Tabun poison gas exposure
VX poison nerve gas exposure
Aflatoxicosis/Aflatoxin ingestion/effect
Ammonia exposure/inhalation
Chlorine gas poisoning
Kerosene poisoning
Phosgene inhalation/poisoning
Ricin poisoning/Inhaled terrorist exposure
Trichothecene mycotoxin/weapon exposure
Alkali Ingestion/Poisoning
CBW Staphylococcal Enterotoxin B weapon
CBW/Binary nerve agents (GB2/VX2)
Tear gas Irritants (Cs/Cn/Cnc/Ca/Cr/Cnb/Ps) CBW potential
Toxic smoke/weapons (Nox/Hc/Rp/Fs/Fm/Sgf2/Teflon)
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NEJM (The New England Journal of Medicine)