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Acquired arteriovenous fistula

There is an abnormal channel between artery and vein, which is called arteriovenous fistula. Acquired arteriovenous fistula is often caused by trauma, but also by aneurysm rupture and infection. Because the blood of the artery flows into the accompanying vein through the normal orifice, it can cause local vascular lesions of the fistula and hemodynamic changes of local, peripheral circulation and systemic system of the fistula.

Symptoms

Cold drink cough

Dumb throat

Acquired tricuspid regurgitation

Chemical liquid inhalation

Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome

Laryngeal carbuncle

Xanthobacteria pneumonia

Respiratory syncytial virus pneumonia

Talc dust lung

Foreign body in respiratory tract

Respiratory muscle fatigue

Mental disorders associated with respiratory diseases

Respiratory bronchiole related interstitial lung disease

Respiratory bronchiolitis interstitial lung disease

Perforating ulcer of posterior wall

Plant food poisoning containing nitrite

Cold dampness diarrhea

Melanotic plaques - multiple gastrointestinal polyps syndrome

Suppurative sweat gland inflammation

Subdiaphragmatic colonic embedding syndrome

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