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Histoplasmosis disseminated (respiratory infection caused by inhaling the spores of the fungus histoplasma capsulatum) can be treated by Itraconazole (latest reports from 390 Histoplasmosis disseminated patients)
Knee swelling has been reported by people with breathing difficulty, rashes, diarrhea, haemorrhage, stroke (latest reports from 23,260 Knee swelling patients).
On Jul, 23, 2016
No report is found.
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my son had a heart attack 8 years ago in Australia. age 39 had stent inserted in aorta Diagnosed as having sticky blood. He get swelling in feet, all joints swell knees elbows etc, also has trouble keeping inr level stable, so get lots of bad bruising.I wonder if he need medication changes. ...
Thought I was getting a UTI so I took uristat and about 3 hours later the following happend to me. Intense itching over the whole body (hands, feet, arms, neck, face, hair & eyes), flushing of the skin (warm to the touch), hands swelled and hurt to bend fingers, felt like i had a sore throat ...
I had alemtumazab in January of 2014 and 2015. I was diagnosed wit disseminated histoplasmosis Dec 2015. I spent a month in Vanderbilt University Medical Center. I am still being treated now orally. Than you.
I am 73 years old with deficiency of B12 and on both tablet and injection. I have had swollen feet and kneel for a while but with taking Vitamin B12 , I sometimes find it hard to stand in the morning. Is there anything I can do to help me?
This past April I spent 6 days in the hospital due to a spontaneous swelling & severe pain (10) of my right leg from the top of the knee down to the foot. Before being admitted to the hospital I went to the emergency and found blood on the knee and they couldn't find the cause after ultrasound ...
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