Pharyngeal, Neck and Facial Infections: Deep Neck Infections Non Pharyngeal - Iatrogenic Origin

Report Guide ?

History

Exam

Findings ?

General

Nasopharynx Including Retropharyngeal Lymph Nodes

Oropharynx

Oral Cavity, Floor of the Mouth, Maxilla and Mandible

Major Salivary Glands

Hypopharynx, Larynx, Deep Neck and Entire Retropharyngeal Space

Prevertebral and Epidural Spaces

Cervical Lymph Nodes

Vascular Findings

Upper lung zones and mediastinum

Other

Impression

Deep Neck Infections Non Pharyngeal - Iatrogenic Origin

  1. ​Deep neck cellulitis [with/without] abscess.

  2. ​Suppurative lymphadenitis

  3. ​Infected developmental cyst.

  4. ​Retropharyngeal cellulitis [with/without] abscess.

  5. ​Prevertebral abscess, discitis and/or epidural abscess.

  6. ​Prevertebral musculotendonitis

  7. ​Acute or subacute thyroiditis

  8. ​Other facial or neck inflammation or infection [with/without] abscess possibly iatrogenic.

  9. ​Venous thrombosis or thrombophlebitis

  10. ​Arteritis or arterial injury