Chest pain when exhaling

Introduction

Introduction

Pleuritis, also known as "pleural inflammation", is inflammation of the pleura. The most common symptom of pleurisy is chest pain. Chest pain often occurs suddenly, and the degree of difference is large. It may be unclear discomfort or severe tingling. It may occur only when the patient takes a deep breath or cough. It may also persist and be exacerbated by deep breathing or coughing. Pleuritis is a causative factor (usually a virus or a bacterium) that stimulates pleural inflammation caused by the pleura. There may be fluid accumulation (exudative pleurisy) or no fluid accumulation (dry pleurisy) in the chest.

Pathogen

Cause

Pleuritis is a causative factor (usually a virus or a bacterium) that stimulates pleural inflammation caused by the pleura. There may be fluid accumulation (exudative pleurisy) or no fluid accumulation (dry pleurisy) in the chest. After the inflammation subsides, the pleura can return to normal, or two layers of pleura adhere to each other. Caused by a variety of causes, such as infections, malignant tumors, connective tissue disease, pulmonary embolism.

Examine

an examination

Related inspection

Chest MRI thoracoscopic examination

1. The condition is mild and asymptomatic.

2. The main clinical manifestations are chest pain, cough, chest tightness, shortness of breath, and even difficulty breathing. When infected with pleurisy or pleural effusion, there may be aversion to cold and fever.

3. The pleurisy caused by different causes may be accompanied by the clinical manifestations of the corresponding diseases.

Diagnosis

Differential diagnosis

Chest pain during inhalation: Chest pain during inhalation is one of the clinical manifestations of chest wall pain.

Anxiety causes chest pain: symptoms of chest pain due to excessive anxiety. The patient claims that the pain lasts for hours, days, years, or even more than ten years; the entire chest may be painful at any location, usually the patient feels [], [muffled] at rest, such as sitting down, lying down, or not working at hand. The patient began to feel chest discomfort. When he was working or exercising, he did not. When the patient saw the doctor sitting down, he rushed to say a variety of "symptoms": dizziness, sweating, nausea, shortness of breath, fear of heat, cold. I am paralyzed by hands, feet or lips. I really want the doctor to "go" his illness.

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