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Possible Causes For Laryngitis, acute - Causes


List of current finding(s):

Trauma Causes
Laryngeal Trauma
Infectious Disorders (Specific Agent)
Upper respiratory infection/URI/Cold
Viral diseases
Viral acute illness/Viremia
Adenovirus infection
Pneumonia, mycoplasma
Chlamydia/pneumonia/TWAR agent
Larynx, herpes
Larynx syphilis
Larynx tuberculosis
Smallpox (variola)
Infected organ, Abscesses
Laryngitis, acute
Epiglottitis, acute
Pneumonia, aspiration
Laryngotracheobronchitis, acute
Tracheitis, acute
Sinusitis, acute
Neoplastic Disorders
Larynx polyp
Carcinoma, laryngeal
Larynx papilloma, juvenile
Larynx, carcinoma, spindle cell
Allergic, Collagen, Auto-Immune Disorders
Allergic disorders
Atopic allergic diseases
Rhinitis, allergic, seasonal
Croup, spasmodic/tracheobronchitis
Inhalent allergen disorder
Tracheitis, allergic
Laryngeal allergy
Rhinitis, allergic, nonseasonal
Usage, Degenerative, Necrosis, Age Related Disorders
Rhinitis, atrophic
Anatomic, Foreign Body, Structural Disorders
Acute gastric acid/aspiration syndrome
Aspiration of vomitus
Aspiration oropharyngeal contents
Foreign body, larynx
Gastric acid aspiration, chronic
Functional, Physiologic Variant Disorders
Voice overuse/abuse
Vegetative, Autonomic, Endocrine Disorders
Esophageal free reflux/GERD syndrome
Reference to Organ System
Laryngeal lesions
Post nasal discharge
Larynx, contact ulcer
Laryngeal nerve, recurrent, paralysis
Heirarchical Major Groups
Larynx disorders
Poisoning (Specific Agent)
Air pollution effect
Chemical fumes inhalation
Dust inhalation
Irritating fumes/chemical inhalants
Smoke inhalation
Tobacco smoking/excess
Crude oil ingestion/aspiration
Acute laryngitis, Acute laryngitis (disorder), Laryngitis (acute)
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External Links Related to Laryngitis, acute - Causes
PubMed (National Library of Medicine)
NGC (National Guideline Clearinghouse)
Medscape (eMedicine)
Harrison's Online (accessmedicine)
NEJM (The New England Journal of Medicine)