Disease Information for Pulmonary infarction: Clinical Manifestations

Signs & Symptoms
Acute Chest Pain
Acute Chest Pain in Children
Chest Pain
Chest Pain in Children
Chest pain, substernal/midline
Non-Pleuritic Chest Pain
P2 increased/P2 Greater than A2 (adult)
P2 sound accentuated
Right ventricular heave
Signs of phlebitis in leg
Tachycardia/Fast heart rate
Diaphoresis profuse/active sweating/acute
Left Upper Quadrant Pain/Tenderness
Right Upper Quadrant Pain/Tenderness
Upper Abdominal Pain
RUQ pain radiates to right scapula
Asymmetrical breathing
Basal rales, unilateral
Bronchial breath sounds
Bronchospasm signs
Chest pain exacerbated on deep breathing
Chest pain, lateral, dull, aching
Chest pain, sharp, lateral
Chest pain/non-cardiac
Consolidation left base/signs
Consolidation right base/on exam
Cough Acute
Dullness to percussion lung base
Dyspnea at rest
Dyspnea on exertion
Fremitus Localized Decrease
Fremitus Vocal or Tactile Local increased
Localized decreased breath sounds
Localized dullness to percussion
Localized wheeze/unilateral
Lung signs/abnormality
Painful cough
Pleural Friction Rub.
Pleuritic chest pain
Rales Rhonchi localized
Rapid Breathing
Shortness of breath/SOB
Signs of consolidation/chest
Signs of pleural effusion
Splinting on breathing/sign
Sputum Blood-tinged/streaked
Tachypnea/Increased respiratory rate
Unilateral high diaphragm/percussion
Unilateral Rales
Whispered pectroliloquy/egophony
Non-localized shoulder area pain
Acutely ill patient/signs
Constitutional symptoms
Fever Febrile Possible
Flu-Like Syndrome
High body temperature
Clinical Presentation & Variations
Presentation/Wheeze Cough Dyspnea Adult
Disease Progression
Course/Acute only
Course/Potentially lethal/untreated
Lethal Potential