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Fruity odor diabetic acidosis
Fetor hepaticus liver failure
Uremic breath renal failure
Jaundice with pallor hemolytic anemia (thalassemia, spherocytosis
Jaundice Hepatitis, cirrhosis
Short stature Turners, Childhood renal failure, achorndroplasia, pituitary dwarfism
Extremely strong pulse aneurism
Cheyne-Stokes progressively deeper and faster breathing, followed by a gradual decrease and an apnea
Cheyne stokes breathing causes elderly, heart failure, drug induced, respiratory depressio
Biot’s Short episodes of rapid, deep inspirations followed by 10 - 30 second apneic period
Biots breathing causes Brain damage, respiratory depression
Kussmaul breathing a deep and labored breathing pattern seen in metabolic acidosis
Trismus TMJ dysfunction
Blephroptosis causes Horner's syndrome, third cranial nerve palsy, myasthenia gravis, trauma, stroke, diabetic neuropathy
Iris coloboma congenital or due to surgery or trauma
Movement of auricle and tragus painful acute otitis externa
Tenderness behind ear otitis media
Hearing loss associated with aging presbycusis
Tonsilar Asymmetry important indicator of peri-tonsillar abcess.
Entropion Inversion of eyelid margin, usually the Lashes cause ocular irritation- corneal scarring leading to blindness
lower eyelid growing towards the eye trichiasis
Ectropion Sagging or outward rolling of the lower eyelid, Irritated eyes, Increased tearing
Pinguecula Deposits of protein, fat or calcium
Pterygium Benign soft tissue triangular growth of the conjuncta May grow across pupil interfering with vision
Patients complain of diminished acuity, photophobia and sensation of foreign body in the eye keratitis
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