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Results 1 - 10 of 49 for Tracheal hemorrhage
  1. There is a risk of puncturing the esophagus, trachea, or blood vessels. In some cases, this can lead to bleeding that can be life threatening. To fix the ...
  2. ... area between the lungs. Narrowing (stenosis) of the trachea or bronchi. Acute rejection or infection after a lung transplant.
  3. ... into or around the thyroid gland. With severe bleeding, there may be pressure on the windpipe (trachea). This problem is rare.
  4. ... leak Repeated fluid buildup in the chest cavity Bleeding Infection Heart rhythm disturbances Damage to the diaphragm, esophagus, or trachea Death
  5. ... breathing difficulty) The risks for any surgery are: Bleeding Infection Nerve injury, including paralysis Scarring Other risks include: Abnormal connection between the trachea and major blood vessels Damage to the thyroid ...
  6. Risks include: Bleeding Infection Trauma to the voice box (larynx), thyroid gland, vocal cords and windpipe (trachea), or esophagus Puncture or tearing (perforation) of body parts in the chest cavity, leading to lung collapse
  7. ... not removed, it can put pressure on your trachea and esophagus. If the retrosternal goiter has been there for a long time, you can have difficulty in swallowing food, mild pain in the neck area, or shortness of breath.
  8. ... esophagus, or stomach (for example, esophageal atresia or tracheal esophageal fistula ) People who cannot swallow correctly People who cannot take enough food by mouth to stay healthy People who often breathe in food when eating
  9. Tests for Lung Carcinoid Tumors (American Cancer Society)  
    Carcinoid Tumors/Diagnosis and Tests ... Carcinoid Tumors ... American Cancer Society ... Certain signs and symptoms might suggest that a person may have a lung carcinoid ...
  10. Lung Disease Treatments From the National Institutes of Health (National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute)  
    Interstitial Lung Diseases/Treatments and Therapies ... Interstitial Lung Diseases ... Oxygen Therapy/Start Here ... Oxygen Therapy ... Lung Diseases/Treatments and Therapies
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