Disease Information for Pneumothorax: Clinical Manifestations

Signs & Symptoms
Acute Chest Pain
Acute Chest Pain in Children
Anterior chest pain to trapezius ridge
Apical heart impulse/medial displacement
Apical impulse absent
Blue lips
Chest Pain
Chest pain effected by position (central)
Chest Pain in Children
Chest pain, substernal/midline
Crepitant rales in mediastinum
Extracardiac sound
Heart size/percussion decreased
Heart sounds loud/heard across the room
Low Blood Pressure
Non-Pleuritic Chest Pain
Quiet heart/soft sounds/distant
Right ventricular heave
Signs of Poor Perfusion
Tachycardia/Fast heart rate
Crepitus, subcutaneous
Epigastric Pain
Upper Abdominal Pain
Accessory muscle use with breathing
Asymmetrical breathing
Asymmetry of chest
Breath Sounds Decreased
Chest pain, sharp, lateral
Chest pain/non-cardiac
Cough Acute
Cyanosis Child
Distant breath sounds
Dyspnea at rest
Dyspnea on exertion
Fremitus Localized Decrease
Hyper-resonant chest/overinflated
Intercostal spaces filled out
Localized decreased breath sounds
Lung signs/abnormality
Painful cough
Pleuritic chest pain
Rapid Breathing
Shortness of breath/SOB
Sudden onset dyspnea
Tachypnea/Increased respiratory rate
Acute Back Pain
Back Pain
Chronic Back Pain
Non-localized shoulder area pain
Shoulder pain
Shoulder Pain No Local Signs
Shoulder pain/left
Shoulder pain/right
Tracheal deviation/shift
Acutely ill patient/signs
Apprehensive patient/sign
Tall Adult
Typical Clinical Presentation
Presentation/Recurrent/Right pneumothorax/menses
Disease Progression