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Prevalence of Causes of Symptom: Wet cough

About prevalence data for causes of Wet cough: Important! The data below does not indicate the most likely diagnosis for any symptom. Always seek prompt professional diagnosis of any symptoms. This information combines possible causes of symptom Wet cough as noted in various sources, with overall disease prevalence or incidence data from other sources. Hence, this only provides statistical information of a general nature. The likelihood of any disease causing a particular symptom does not strongly depend on the overall disease prevalence, but is affected by numerous other factors including other concurrent symptoms, patient details, and so on. Furthermore, this computer-generated list and data may be incorrect, erroneous, or misleading.

List of causes of symptom Wet cough: Below is a list of possible diseases or medical conditions that have been identified as possible causes of symptom Wet cough in various sources. This computer-generated list may be inaccurate, out-dated, or incorrect.

Types of Wet cough: Coughing blood (110 causes), Sputum symptoms (209 causes), Productive cough (101 causes), Increased chest phlegm, Hemoptysis (110 causes), Bloody sputum (104 causes), Sputum (4 causes), Spitting blood (110 causes), Foul smelling sputum similar to lung abscess, Rust-colored sputum (2 causes), Foul sputum odour in children, Foul smelling sputum, Clear sputum, Foul sputum odor in children, Tenacious sputum, Mucopurulent sputum, Mucoid sputum, Unusual sputum odour in children, Mucoid sputum as in case of asthma, Mucopurulent secretions, Unusual sputum odor in children, Blood-stained phlegm, Salivary gland symptoms (353 causes), Purulent sputum (1 cause), Cough with sputum similar to chronic bronchitis, Thick, tenacious sputum, Decreased salivation (2 causes), Decreased salivary function, Sudden onset of parotid enlargement, Parotid Swelling, Gradual onset of parotid enlargement, Enlarged parotid gland (1 cause), Salivary Gland Swelling, Sudden onset of copious dribbling of saliva, Ptyalism, Parotid gland enlargement, Increased salivation (29 causes), Sudden onset of sialorrhea, Salivary Gland Pain, Hypersalivation in children (4 causes), Gradual onset of xerostomia, Drooling (348 causes), Dribbling of saliva, Bilateral parotid gland enlargement, Drooling in children, Phlegm symptoms (1 cause)

Symptoms related to Wet cough: Cough (1332 causes), Persistent cough (95 causes), Dry cough (183 causes), Coughing blood (110 causes), Mild cough (10 causes), Coughing spasms (13 causes), Night cough (6 causes), Severe cough (95 causes), Chronic cough (95 causes), Persistent cough (95 causes), Common cold (702 causes), Upper respiratory tract infection (1 cause), Pneumonia (72 causes), Chest infection, Bronchitis (240 causes), Acute bronchitis (1 cause), Chronic bronchitis (9 causes), Emphysema, Bronchiectasis, Tuberculosis

Wet cough type of: Respiratory symptoms (4957 causes), Lung symptoms (3101 causes), Cough (1332 causes), Sputum symptoms (209 causes), Common symptoms (8481 causes), Throat symptoms (3370 causes), Respiratory tract symptoms (4957 causes), Mouth symptoms (7039 causes), Head symptoms (9978 causes), Cough symptoms (1332 causes), Body symptoms (5488 causes), Breathing symptoms (3301 causes), Breath symptoms (2958 causes), Face symptoms (8039 causes), Salivary gland symptoms (353 causes)

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