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1. Chronic
Individuals suffering from a chronic cough have runny or stuffy noses, or sense a liquid running down the back of the throat. They may also experience wheezing and shortness of breath, heartburn or a sour taste in the mouth, or coughing up blood in rare cases. (Learn more→)

2. Whooping
Whooping cough share the symptoms of an ordinary cold, such as runny nose, sneezing, nasal congestion, red and watery eyes, mild fever, dry cough and general feeling of malaise and lack of appetite. In advanced stages, patients experience severe coughing, that can lead to vomiting as well as fatigue due to exertion during coughing. (Learn more→)

3. Persistent
Acute cough as one lasting less than three weeks, sub acute as lasting from three to eight weeks 0and persistent cough as lasting longer than eight weeks. Another possible signs of persistent cough are (Learn more→)

4. Chronic
Early signs of the illness include occasional coughing, daily cough in the mornings, slight breath shortness, and severe cough due to respiratory infection. Some people experience extreme weight loss due to breath shortness that makes eating hard. Fragile parts of the lungs can rupture allowing air leak from lung to pleural space, known as pneumothorax. (Learn more→)

5. Bronchitis
The following are the most commonly-found symptoms for chronic bronchitis. However, each individual may undergo symptoms differently. Such symptoms include cough and expectoration (or spitting out) of mucus. Chronic bronchitis may cause frequent and severe respiratory infections, narrowing and plugging of the breathing tubes (bronchi), difficult breathing, and disability. Other symptoms include abnormal lung signs, swelling of the feet, heart failure, and the lips and skin of the patients may appear blue. The symptoms of chronic bronchitis may look like other lung conditions or medical problems. (Learn more→)

6. Pertussis
Pertussis that occurs mostly in infants and some young children initially manifest itself by symptoms of mild respiratory infection like cough, runny nose, and sneezing. After sometime, the somewhat mild cough changes and now has an increased number of coughing which is followed by a "whooping" sound. It may then be follwed with vomiting. Some complications of Pertusis includes pneumonia, pulmonary hypertension, encephalitis, and secondary bacterial superinfection. (Learn more→)

7. Headache
Cough headaches (Learn more→)

8. Typhus
Symptoms for Epidemic typhus include severe headache, a sustained high fever, cough, rashes, severe muscle pain, chills, decreasing blood pressure, stupor, sensitivity to light, and delirium. Rashes usually begin on the chest about five days after the fever appears. It then spreads to the trunk and extremities but does not reach the palms and soles. Fever may reach up to 39░C (102░F). Endemic typhus meanwhile has the following symptoms (Learn more→)

9. Alveolitis
Symptoms of extrinsic allergic alveolitis are categorized as acute, sub-acute and chronic based on the duration of the condition. In acute EAA, symptoms occur 4 to 6 hours after heavy exposure to the antigen. These symptoms include cough, chills, fever, malaise, dyspnea, headache and chest tightness. However, the symptoms usually resolve within 12 hours. In sub-acute EAA, patients develop fatigue, pleurisy, anorexia, dyspnea, weight loss and productive cough. While symptoms of sub-acute EAA are similar to the acute form, the symptoms of this type of condition last longer. In Chronic EAA patients, symptoms include progressive dypnea, weight loss, fatigue and dangerous onset of cough. Over 50% of patients experience clubbing, while others develop respiratory distress, inspiratory crackles and tachypnea. Removing exposure to antigen will only result in partial improvement. (Learn more→)

10. Blastomycosis
Blastomycosis presents a flulike illness with fever, myalgia, chills, and headache. These symptoms are usually accompanied with a nonproductive cough which resolves within days. It also results in an acute illness similar to bacterial pneumonia, with symptoms of high fever, chills, a productive cough, and pleuritic pains in the chest. Patients may also experience a chronic illness that mimics tuberculosis or lung cancer, with signs of low-grade fever, a productive cough, night sweats, and weight loss. There may also be a fast, progressive, and severe disease that manifests as ARDS, with fever, shortness of breath, tachypnea, hypoxemia, and diffuse pulmonary infiltrates. Some patients develop skin lesions, usually asymptomatic, appearing as ulcerated lesions with small pustules at the margins. Patients also complain of bone or joint pain due to bone lytic lesion. Other symptoms include prostatitis which may be asymptomatic and may cause pain on urinating, and involvement of the larynx causing hoarseness. (Learn more→)

11. Schistosomiasis
This chronic infection manifests with abdominal pain, diarrhea, cough, increased eosinophil granulocyte, fatigue, fever, as well as spleen and liver enlargement (hepatosplenomegaly). In some cases, schistosomiasis causes lesions in the central nervous system. If the infection persists, it can lead to granulomatous reactions and fibrosis in the affected organs. Complications include colonic polyposis with bloody diarrhea and portal hypertension. In addition, cystitis and ureteritis with hematuria may develop, which can potentially progress to cancer of the bladder. Pulmonary hypertension, glomerulonephritis, and central nervous system lesions may appear. (Learn more→)

12. Grippe
Fever, chills, colds, cough, fatigue and muscle aches are the most common signs of influenza. (Learn more→)

13. Respiratory
URI may produce some of the following symptoms (Learn more→)

14. Coal
Black lung typically doesn't cause symptoms. Although, many people having the disease easily experience cough and shortness of breath due to also having airway illness, such as emphysema or bronchitis. Conversely, severe phases of progressive massive fribrosis result to cough and frequent immobilizing breath shortness. (Learn more→)

15. Whooping
Symptoms includes initially by mild respiratory infections symptoms like cough, sneezing and catarrhal stage or runny nose. Thereafter the cough is followed by an inspiratory whooping sound which may be increase by vomiting. It may lead to malnutrition and dehydration and even pneumonia, encephalitis, pulmonary hypertension and secondary bacterial superinfection (Mattoo S, Cherry JD (2005). "Molecular pathogenesis, epidemiology, and clinical manifestations of respiratory infections due to Bordetella pertussis and other Bordetella subspecies". Clin Microbiol Rev 18 (2) (Learn more→)

16. common
Symptoms associated with common cold typically appear on the first to the third day following cold virus exposure. Clinical symptoms include, cough, runny and stuffy nose, mild body aches, sneezing, fatigue, itchy throat and watery eyes. The discharges from the patient nose may appear thicker, usually yellow or green in color. (Learn more→)

17. Coccidioidomycosis
The majority of people that have acute primary occidioidomycosis are without symptoms. If symptoms do appear, they come one to three weeks after an individual becomes infected. Symptoms are typically mild, including chills, fever, cough, chest pain, and at times breath shortness. The cough can produce sputum. Its progressive form has symptoms that include appetite loss, weight loss, strength loss, and mild fever. (Learn more→)

18. Silicosis
Symptoms of silicosis are often noticeable only ten years after exposure including (Learn more→)

19. Respiratory
The known symptoms are fever, cough, runny nose, cough, wheezing or shortness of breath, pneumonia, bronchiolitis and cold-like symptoms. (Learn more→)

20. Croup
At the onset, children afflicted with Croup could experience cold-like symptoms, such as clogged or runny nose. They might also have fever. The hoarse, "barking" sound the children make while coughing is caused by the worsening inflammation of the upper airway. In severe cases, children will have difficulty breathing and because of lack of oxygen, the sides of their mouth will be pale and bluish. (Learn more→)

21. Rubeola
Rubeola presents with a rash and fever that typically lasts for three or more days, along with the three Cs (Learn more→)

22. Cystocele
Cystocele symptoms may include recurrent bladder infections, loss of urinary control with coughing, laughing or sneezing (stress incontinence), pain or urinary leakage during sexual intercourse, increased discomfort when you strain, cough, bear down or lift; a feeling of fullness or pressure in your pelvis and vagina especially when standing for long periods of time; a feeling that you haven't completely emptied your bladder after urinating and a bulge tissue that protrudes through the vaginal opening in severe cases. (Learn more→)

23. Valley
Symptoms is evident after three weeks of exposure which are fever, cough, chest pain, chills, night sweats, headache, fatigue, shortness of breath, joint aches and red, spotty rash. (Learn more→)

24. Bordetella
Bordetella pertussis belongs to the genus Bordetella. It is a Gram-negative, aerobic coccobacillus which the main agent that causes whooping cough. (Learn more→)

25. Pleuritis
Patients may have cough, chills, weight loss, chest pain, shortness of breath, rapid shallow breath, loss of appetite, itching near the site of the lungs, and dizziness. (Learn more→)

26. Wet
Wet lung syndrome, also known as Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS), is an acute obstruction of the lungs. Inflammation of the lungs occurs when the air passages become to narrow for the oxygen to enter. This syndrome is common among people exposed to chemicals such as ammonia and chlorine for a long period of time. The condition is characterized by rales and cough. It may also lead to more severe respiratory problems and can be life-threatening. (Learn more→)

27. Acute
Symptoms includes coughing with sputum, shortness of breathing or dyspnea, wheezing, chest pains, fatigue and malaise. (Learn more→)

28. Helminthiasis
Symptoms includes abdominal pain, diarrhea, fever, fatigue, enlarged liver and spleen, cough, malabsorption, anemia bowel obstruction,dehydration, itchy skin, malaise and gastrointestinal inflammation among others. (David William Thomasson Crompton, Lorenzo,david William Thomasson Crompton, Lorenzo,2006). (Learn more→)

29. Tiredness
Children with chronic tiredness easily get burned out, loss of appetite and irritability. They may also suffer from cough and complain about not having enough strength to do their usual activities. (Learn more→)

30. pontiac
Symptoms include fever, muscle aches and can cause other lung type symptoms like cough, runny nose and sore throat. (Learn more→)

31. Chronic
Individuals suffering from a chronic cough have runny or stuffy noses, or sense a liquid running down the back of the throat. They may also experience wheezing and shortness of breath, heartburn or a sour taste in the mouth, or coughing up blood in rare cases. (Learn more→)

32. Whooping
Whooping cough share the symptoms of an ordinary cold, such as runny nose, sneezing, nasal congestion, red and watery eyes, mild fever, dry cough and general feeling of malaise and lack of appetite. In advanced stages, patients experience severe coughing, that can lead to vomiting as well as fatigue due to exertion during coughing. (Learn more→)

33. Persistent
Acute cough as one lasting less than three weeks, sub acute as lasting from three to eight weeks 0and persistent cough as lasting longer than eight weeks. Another possible signs of persistent cough are (Learn more→)

34. Chronic
Early signs of the illness include occasional coughing, daily cough in the mornings, slight breath shortness, and severe cough due to respiratory infection. Some people experience extreme weight loss due to breath shortness that makes eating hard. Fragile parts of the lungs can rupture allowing air leak from lung to pleural space, known as pneumothorax. (Learn more→)

35. Bronchitis
The following are the most commonly-found symptoms for chronic bronchitis. However, each individual may undergo symptoms differently. Such symptoms include cough and expectoration (or spitting out) of mucus. Chronic bronchitis may cause frequent and severe respiratory infections, narrowing and plugging of the breathing tubes (bronchi), difficult breathing, and disability. Other symptoms include abnormal lung signs, swelling of the feet, heart failure, and the lips and skin of the patients may appear blue. The symptoms of chronic bronchitis may look like other lung conditions or medical problems. (Learn more→)

36. Pertussis
Pertussis that occurs mostly in infants and some young children initially manifest itself by symptoms of mild respiratory infection like cough, runny nose, and sneezing. After sometime, the somewhat mild cough changes and now has an increased number of coughing which is followed by a "whooping" sound. It may then be follwed with vomiting. Some complications of Pertusis includes pneumonia, pulmonary hypertension, encephalitis, and secondary bacterial superinfection. (Learn more→)

37. Headache
Cough headaches (Learn more→)

38. Typhus
Symptoms for Epidemic typhus include severe headache, a sustained high fever, cough, rashes, severe muscle pain, chills, decreasing blood pressure, stupor, sensitivity to light, and delirium. Rashes usually begin on the chest about five days after the fever appears. It then spreads to the trunk and extremities but does not reach the palms and soles. Fever may reach up to 39░C (102░F). Endemic typhus meanwhile has the following symptoms (Learn more→)

39. Alveolitis
Symptoms of extrinsic allergic alveolitis are categorized as acute, sub-acute and chronic based on the duration of the condition. In acute EAA, symptoms occur 4 to 6 hours after heavy exposure to the antigen. These symptoms include cough, chills, fever, malaise, dyspnea, headache and chest tightness. However, the symptoms usually resolve within 12 hours. In sub-acute EAA, patients develop fatigue, pleurisy, anorexia, dyspnea, weight loss and productive cough. While symptoms of sub-acute EAA are similar to the acute form, the symptoms of this type of condition last longer. In Chronic EAA patients, symptoms include progressive dypnea, weight loss, fatigue and dangerous onset of cough. Over 50% of patients experience clubbing, while others develop respiratory distress, inspiratory crackles and tachypnea. Removing exposure to antigen will only result in partial improvement. (Learn more→)

40. Blastomycosis
Blastomycosis presents a flulike illness with fever, myalgia, chills, and headache. These symptoms are usually accompanied with a nonproductive cough which resolves within days. It also results in an acute illness similar to bacterial pneumonia, with symptoms of high fever, chills, a productive cough, and pleuritic pains in the chest. Patients may also experience a chronic illness that mimics tuberculosis or lung cancer, with signs of low-grade fever, a productive cough, night sweats, and weight loss. There may also be a fast, progressive, and severe disease that manifests as ARDS, with fever, shortness of breath, tachypnea, hypoxemia, and diffuse pulmonary infiltrates. Some patients develop skin lesions, usually asymptomatic, appearing as ulcerated lesions with small pustules at the margins. Patients also complain of bone or joint pain due to bone lytic lesion. Other symptoms include prostatitis which may be asymptomatic and may cause pain on urinating, and involvement of the larynx causing hoarseness. (Learn more→)

41. Schistosomiasis
This chronic infection manifests with abdominal pain, diarrhea, cough, increased eosinophil granulocyte, fatigue, fever, as well as spleen and liver enlargement (hepatosplenomegaly). In some cases, schistosomiasis causes lesions in the central nervous system. If the infection persists, it can lead to granulomatous reactions and fibrosis in the affected organs. Complications include colonic polyposis with bloody diarrhea and portal hypertension. In addition, cystitis and ureteritis with hematuria may develop, which can potentially progress to cancer of the bladder. Pulmonary hypertension, glomerulonephritis, and central nervous system lesions may appear. (Learn more→)

42. Grippe
Fever, chills, colds, cough, fatigue and muscle aches are the most common signs of influenza. (Learn more→)

43. Respiratory
URI may produce some of the following symptoms (Learn more→)

44. Coal
Black lung typically doesn't cause symptoms. Although, many people having the disease easily experience cough and shortness of breath due to also having airway illness, such as emphysema or bronchitis. Conversely, severe phases of progressive massive fribrosis result to cough and frequent immobilizing breath shortness. (Learn more→)

45. Whooping
Symptoms includes initially by mild respiratory infections symptoms like cough, sneezing and catarrhal stage or runny nose. Thereafter the cough is followed by an inspiratory whooping sound which may be increase by vomiting. It may lead to malnutrition and dehydration and even pneumonia, encephalitis, pulmonary hypertension and secondary bacterial superinfection (Mattoo S, Cherry JD (2005). "Molecular pathogenesis, epidemiology, and clinical manifestations of respiratory infections due to Bordetella pertussis and other Bordetella subspecies". Clin Microbiol Rev 18 (2) (Learn more→)

46. common
Symptoms associated with common cold typically appear on the first to the third day following cold virus exposure. Clinical symptoms include, cough, runny and stuffy nose, mild body aches, sneezing, fatigue, itchy throat and watery eyes. The discharges from the patient nose may appear thicker, usually yellow or green in color. (Learn more→)

47. Coccidioidomycosis
The majority of people that have acute primary occidioidomycosis are without symptoms. If symptoms do appear, they come one to three weeks after an individual becomes infected. Symptoms are typically mild, including chills, fever, cough, chest pain, and at times breath shortness. The cough can produce sputum. Its progressive form has symptoms that include appetite loss, weight loss, strength loss, and mild fever. (Learn more→)

48. Silicosis
Symptoms of silicosis are often noticeable only ten years after exposure including (Learn more→)

49. Respiratory
The known symptoms are fever, cough, runny nose, cough, wheezing or shortness of breath, pneumonia, bronchiolitis and cold-like symptoms. (Learn more→)

50. Croup
At the onset, children afflicted with Croup could experience cold-like symptoms, such as clogged or runny nose. They might also have fever. The hoarse, "barking" sound the children make while coughing is caused by the worsening inflammation of the upper airway. In severe cases, children will have difficulty breathing and because of lack of oxygen, the sides of their mouth will be pale and bluish. (Learn more→)

51. Rubeola
Rubeola presents with a rash and fever that typically lasts for three or more days, along with the three Cs (Learn more→)

52. Cystocele
Cystocele symptoms may include recurrent bladder infections, loss of urinary control with coughing, laughing or sneezing (stress incontinence), pain or urinary leakage during sexual intercourse, increased discomfort when you strain, cough, bear down or lift; a feeling of fullness or pressure in your pelvis and vagina especially when standing for long periods of time; a feeling that you haven't completely emptied your bladder after urinating and a bulge tissue that protrudes through the vaginal opening in severe cases. (Learn more→)

53. Valley
Symptoms is evident after three weeks of exposure which are fever, cough, chest pain, chills, night sweats, headache, fatigue, shortness of breath, joint aches and red, spotty rash. (Learn more→)

54. Bordetella
Bordetella pertussis belongs to the genus Bordetella. It is a Gram-negative, aerobic coccobacillus which the main agent that causes whooping cough. (Learn more→)

55. Pleuritis
Patients may have cough, chills, weight loss, chest pain, shortness of breath, rapid shallow breath, loss of appetite, itching near the site of the lungs, and dizziness. (Learn more→)

56. Wet
Wet lung syndrome, also known as Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS), is an acute obstruction of the lungs. Inflammation of the lungs occurs when the air passages become to narrow for the oxygen to enter. This syndrome is common among people exposed to chemicals such as ammonia and chlorine for a long period of time. The condition is characterized by rales and cough. It may also lead to more severe respiratory problems and can be life-threatening. (Learn more→)

57. Acute
Symptoms includes coughing with sputum, shortness of breathing or dyspnea, wheezing, chest pains, fatigue and malaise. (Learn more→)

58. Helminthiasis
Symptoms includes abdominal pain, diarrhea, fever, fatigue, enlarged liver and spleen, cough, malabsorption, anemia bowel obstruction,dehydration, itchy skin, malaise and gastrointestinal inflammation among others. (David William Thomasson Crompton, Lorenzo,david William Thomasson Crompton, Lorenzo,2006). (Learn more→)

59. Tiredness
Children with chronic tiredness easily get burned out, loss of appetite and irritability. They may also suffer from cough and complain about not having enough strength to do their usual activities. (Learn more→)

60. pontiac
Symptoms include fever, muscle aches and can cause other lung type symptoms like cough, runny nose and sore throat. (Learn more→)