List of potential negative side-effects from mRNA injections, and commentary

From: https://swprs.org/covid-vaccine-adverse-events/

Commentary

Below are three lists of negative side-effects (‘adverse events’ to use pharmaceutical jargon) associated with the Covid ‘vaccine’.

  • The first list is compiled from VAERS data.
  • The second is compiled by Swiss Policy Report.
  • The third list is from a report by Pfizer.

    There are hundreds of potential serious side effects. One estimate says about 150,000 Americans have died from the jab (based on an analysis of VAERS data) but despite this risk, we are repeatedly told by authority figures and ‘fact-checkers’ that it’s perfectly safe and not to believe those who raise doubts.

    All of which would be fine provided we were given the choice in the matter — but due to deliberately coercive vax mandates and passports, not to mention pressure from friends and family — one’s choice is increasingly being taken away.

    In Austria it’s now mandatory for everyone to take the jab as of Feb. 2022 — and possibly soon will be in Canada, if Trudeau has his way. The injections have been pushed on the public by governments and employers, worldwide, in blatant violation of the human right to refuse a medical procedure.

Those who were not at high risk of injury from Covid-19 (i.e., healthy people below age 65) are in many cases more at risk of injury from the injection than from the disease. This is especially true of those aged 19 and younger.

And yet the FDA, Health Canada, and other similar health agencies worldwide, are inexplicably authorizing the use of the Covid ‘vaccine’ for children — which is criminal.

Why are there so many potential side effects? This is due to the fact that mRNA spiked proteins produce a cytotoxin that bio-distributes (i.e., travels throughout the body) and causes different types of damage to cells. A cytotoxin simply means “a substance having a specific toxic effect on certain cells.

This biodistribution can result in a cytokine storm, “an uncontrolled and excessive release of pro-inflammatory signalling molecules called cytokines. Normally, cytokines are part of the body’s immune response to infection, but their sudden release in large quantities can cause multisystem organ failure and death.”

Researchers had previously assumed mRNA COVID vaccines would behave like traditional vaccines and remain mostly in the injection site at the shoulder muscle or local lymph nodes. But research publicized by Dr. Byram Bridle in 2020 (and since then confirmed by others) reveals that dangerous biodistribution taking place.

“We made a big mistake. We didn’t realize it until now,” said Bridle, who is a viral immunologist and associate professor at the University of Guelph (in Canada). “We never knew the spike protein itself was a toxin and was a pathogenic protein. So by vaccinating people we are inadvertently inoculating them with a toxin.” You can see his report here.

And here is the report of another physician critical of this drug. And another. There are now dozens of these reports and studies pointing to the danger of mRNA injections.

But the mainstream media — owned by those with a vested interest in pushing in advancing Big Pharma profits (or in the case of CNN and other networks, paid directly by Pfizer) — will never share them with the public. They will never present a balanced report or show that “the science” is far from settled.

Bridle, Robert Malone, and thousands of other scientists and physicians who sounded the alarm bells over the potential harm of the mRNA shots were dismissed, ridiculed, and censored for their efforts over the last two years.

But now the reign of medical tyranny seems to be phasing down — at least this round of it. Another disease may appear on the horizon soon: after all, there’s a lot of profit to be made from scaring people in this way.

The mRNA shots were never intended to be given multiple times, and the pharma companies know it So Big Pharma is backing down now, not from a sense of moral responsibility (obviously), but because they know the backlash from mounting injuries caused by the drug cannot be contained — especially if the disease it’s intended to counteract continues to be transmitted whether one is vaccinated or not and is not that dangerous. They’re pragmatists.

Omicron is not generally lethal and seems unaffected by the jab and is now the dominant strain of Covid-19, so why are governments still pushing it? Perhaps because the entire ‘pandemic’ from the start was more of a nefarious political and profit-making excercise than anything to do with protecting public health.

See my list of reasons why this ‘pandemic’ response is not really about our health.

Multiple injections of this drug are potentially harmful — even lethal — for those taking them. See Berenson’s report: “If you are a vaccine company executive, it’s time to slam the brakes.”

Initially, the jab had a limited value in terms of mitigating the most severe symptoms, when they flooded the body with antibodies. However, this benefit was short-lived as thes antibodies were flushed from the system within months, necessitating the boosters.

However, multiple boosters increase the risk of injury and with variants appear to be ineffective. The variants are caused by ADE, i.e., from the ‘vaccine’ itself — though various biased ‘fact-checkers’ claim otherwise.

This is an excellent commentary on their failure by a scientist in Israel, well worth reading and sharing with those who are still inclined to believe what the mainstream media tells them: Ehud Qimron’s Powerful Letter to the Israeli Ministry of Health.

And out of Germany comes this excellent commentary on the sudden shift in the pro-vax narrative (from a freedom activist perspective) indicating an official retreat from that position: The pro-vaccine narrative is now suddenly and unexpectedly being hushed up.

Now some governments tell us to “live with Covid.” This should have been the message from the start because (relatively speaking) it’s an unremarkable disease.

Many of us used our God-given reason and saw all of this unfolding from the start: how could a disease with a 99% mortality rate that predominantly affects the already sick and dying — and not the young — be considered a ‘pandemic’ worthy of mass hysteria and an unprecedented massive government response? It made no sense.

Some people have even questioned whether Covid-19 exists; as a friend of mine often reminds me: “Again, coming back to fundamentals, ‘the virus’ has never been shown to exist beyond a computer model. Thus, any narrative that follows from the idea of a viral pathogen is on shaky ground.” Good point.

I could have accepted the government’s response if it were anything like the Bubonic plague, which killed one-third of Europe and for which there was no effective medicine at the time – and if masks and lockdowns could have been shown to actually work. But we were never faced with anything remotely like that and many people in a position of power knew it. They were deliberately deceiving the world.

The initial models were spectacularly wrong, off by millions of deaths, resulting in the most disastrous and stupid public policy decision in human history: the worldwide lockdowns. Fortunately, they’re starting to put on the brakes now before enough people see what they were really up to.

As the article in this link wisely argues, we should not let our guard down just yet. More terrible policy decision-making is quite likely to follow. Trudeau’s recent hate speech against the unvaccinated and his movement towards mandatory jab for all Canadians is a case in point.

And we would not be wrong to ask: if it was so risky and also so ineffective, why did governments decide to coercively push this dangerous experimental drug on the public? There are at least three answers to that question:

(1) plain corruption, e.g, Pfizer and Microsoft sponsored party of new German health minister;

(2) they are ideologues, seizing a political opportunity to bring about a “Great Reset” or they are authoritarians seizing an opportunity to gain power for themselves (ultimately there is little difference between the two, as illustrated by Trudeau);

(3) they were afraid for their political careers, knowing that not going along with what the MSM was too risky, so they fell in line with the prevailing orthodoxy, especially when it was given weight by medical authorities. This last one best describes conservatives who ought to have known better.

In order to maintain this narrative, dissenting scientists and physicians were silenced and censored, which is where corrupt social media companies (Big Tech) came into the picture.

Perhaps not surprisingly, the pharma companies’ clinical trials were fraudulent: they skewed results by giving the drug to the placebo group, resulting in a false claim of 95% efficiency. That figure was a lie but it was reported uncritically by the MSM.

About the three lists below: while critics claim there is no definitive proof of causal correlation between these injuries and the mRNA injections, it seems implausible that so many injuries would be reported by otherwise healthy people days after getting the injection.

At the very least, given the potential risk of taking the drug, a person should have the right to decide whether or not to have it injected into his or her body. When governments and employers take that right away from them, that’s medical fascism.

Such coercion should not be taking place, especially when one considers the failure of the drug to do what was promised of it, and especially now that SARS-CoV2 is now no more lethal than the common cold. But even if the drug had worked and even the disease were more lethal than it was, medical fascism is still morally wrong.

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List # 1. The following is from “80 of the most common adverse events reported after Covid-19 vaccination” compiled by Sharyl Attkisson, Oct. 13, 2021 [based on VAERS data. Attkisson has also compiled this excellent piece: Covid-19 natural immunity compared to vaccine-induced immunity: The definitive summary]

The following is an exclusive analysis of illnesses and disorders occurring after Covid-19 vaccination as reported to Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), a federal database. It does not include all of the adverse events reported; it summarizes some of the most common or problematic categories.

[NB – VAERS admits that fewer than one percent of cases reported for each number below — to be precise “less than 0.3% of all adverse drug events.” According to that estimate, one could multiply by 333, e.g., “13,101 Blood clots” x 333 = 4,362,633. While this may seem like a lot, consider that over 200 million Americans took the jab. On other hand, VAERS reports for the Covid-19 ‘vaccine’ may be reported more often than that.]

A report does not necessarily prove the illness or death was caused by the Covid vaccine. The system is designed to collect adverse events after vaccination to uncover any patterns not captured during vaccine studies.

Scientists have estimated that adverse events caused by medicine occur at a rate up to 100,000 times higher in the general population than what’s officially reported since it’s established that most adverse events aren’t reported to the database.

However, some claim Covid-19 vaccine adverse events are not as likely to be underreported, due to close monitoring and widespread publicity surrounding Covid-19 vaccination . . .

Covid-19 Vaccine: Analysis of Common Illnesses Reported to Federal Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS). As of Sept. 27, 2021:

  1. 226,457 Temperature regulation, fever (88,547), chills (78,432), sweating, flushing, hypo- or hyper- thermia
  2. 174,793 Skin-related including:
    154,866 Itch, rash, hives, reddening, welts, angioedema
    10,691 Necrosis, swelling, infection, injury, issues
    6,862 Burning sensation
    2,059 Blistering, pemphigoid/pemphigus
    315 Psoriasis, autoimmune skin disease
  3. 164,200 Movement, muscle, nerve, neuropathy, numbness, paralysis-related including:
    92,742 Movement, muscle including:
    34,696 Myalgia, muscle pain
    16,858 Lymphadenopathy, enlargement of lymph nodes
    16,453 Muscle spasms, atrophy, injury, abnormal, swelling, bleeding, twitching, necrosis, tightness, weakness, stuff muscle rigidity with tremors or jerks (often with Parkinson’s)
    10,886 Tremor, head titubation (62)
    12,258 Gait disturbance, coordination abnormal, no control of limbs, unsteady steps, balance disorder, walking disability, movement disorder, dyskinesia, tics
    7,962 Musculoskeletal chest pain, discomfort, injury, disorder, stiffness, fibromyalgia (230), polymyalgia rheumatica (169)
    8,022 Mobility decreased, in injected limb (1,246)
    673 Hypokinesia, partial or complete loss of muscle movement
    407 Blepharospasm, tight closure of eyelids
    248 Motor dysfunction, apraxia
    206 Restless leg or arm syndrome
    189 Hypotonia, reduced muscle tone or strength
    186 Trismus, inability to open mouth or jaw
    145 Rhabdomyolysis, skeletal muscle breakdown
    116 Braedykinesia (slowed movement, as in Parkinson’s)
    108 Myasthenia gravis: autoimmune disturbance of communication between muscle and nerve
    61 Trigger finger, locking of finger, popping, pain
    56 Areflexia: absence of deep tendon reflexes
    32 Freezing phenomenon (stuck)
    25 Reduced facial expression
    13 Tourette’s
    66,658 Nerve, neuropathy, numbness, paralysis including:
    31,220 Abnormal sensation: paraesthesia, prickling, pins, needles, bug sensation (including in mouth); hypersensitivity (3,941), pharyngeal hypo/aesthesia (loss of sensation) (1,277), foreign body (940), electric shock (480)
    22,478 Numbness, hypoaesthesia, oral (4,245)
    7,970 Paralysis including:
    5,273 Face paralysis, paresis, Bell’s palsy (2,835)
    3,861 Neuralgia, neuropathy, nerve pain, injury, inflammation, nerve signal problems, symptoms, sciatica nerve injury or problems (298), trigeminal (188), post-herpatic neuralgia (40), complex regional pain syndrome (23)
    1,597 Paralysis, parapalesis, hemiparesis/hemiplegia paralysis or weakness on one side (852), monoplegia in one limb (224), dyplegia among corresponding body parts (69)
    696 Guillain Barre Syndrome paralysis
    695 Myelitis inflammation of spinal cord or spinal cord disorder (354), weakness, paralysis; multiple sclerosis, autoimmune or relapse (199); demyelination (61); acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM), or acute demyelinating encephalomyelitis (25): autoimmune disease marked by a sudden, widespread attack of inflammation in brain and spinal cord, also attacks central nervous system and damages myelin insulation which destroys the white matter triggered by a viral infection or vaccinations; autoimmune chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy (27); autoimmune demyelinating polyneuropathy (18); subacute inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (11), autoimmune demyelinating disease (6)
    500 Eye-related: gaze palsy, inability to move both eyes in same direction (249); optic blood supply nerve issues (131); cranial nerve disorder or paralysis causing pain, tingling, numbness, weakness, or paralysis of face including eyes (49); VIth nerve paralysis: impacts 6th cranial nerve responsible for muscle that turns out the eye (40); optic neuropathy (33); IIIrd nerve paralysis: impacts the 3rd cranial nerve and can impair eye movements, the response of pupils to light, or both (31)
    254 Mastication disorder/pain (muscle used to chew food)
    66 Peroneal nerve palsy (calf nerve paralysis with tremors)
    62 Parkinson’s disease, Parkinsonism
    32 Vocal cord paralysis
    13 Acute neuropathy
    1 Acute flaccid myelitis. See “More than 500,000 adverse events reported after COVID vaccines, from temps to neuropathy
  1. 139,395 Pain, discomfort, tenderness, location not specified or extremity (56,411)
  2. 137,499 Feeling “abnormal,” tired, fatigue, malaise, weak, chronic fatigue syndrome
  3. 121,538 Injection site bleeding, bruising, warm, weakness, swelling, pain, rash, issues
  4. 111,549 Headache including migraine, thunderclap
  5. 80,416 Heart events (other than heart attack and bleeding)
    32,804 Heart rate abnormalities, palpitations, fibrillation, flutter, arrhythmia, extrasystoles, tachycardia
    30,217 Chest pain, discomfort
    8,502 Abnormal blood pressure: hypertension (5,252), hypotension (3,250)
    2,898 Myocarditis (inflammation of heart muscle) (1,725), Pericarditis (inflammation of membrane surrounding heart) (1,142), Endocarditis (inflammation of heart inner lining) (31)
    1,697 Arrest (abrupt loss of heart function), cardiac death (39)
    1,619 Myocardial swelling, rupture, necrosis, irregularity
    930 Ventricular problems
    833 Cardiac failure: acute, chronic, congestive, left or right
    538 Severe chest pain from inadequate blood supply to heart (angina pectoris)
    378 Pericardial effusion (fluid)
  6. 77,976 Lung and respiratory-related
    40,056 Respiratory abnormalities, cough (15,036), failure (721), pain, distress, obstructive, infection, virus, rhinitis-related, sinusitis and sinus-related including:
    5,033 Rhinorrhoea, nasal thin mucus discharge, other rhinitis, pain
    4,373 Nasal congestion
    2,779 Nasopharyngitis (a cold)
    635 Nasal Polyps, disorder, swelling, injury, blister
    38,956 Lung, pulmonary other than clots or bleeding including:
    31,426 Dyspnoea (shortness of breath that can be linked to asthma, heart failure and lung disease)
    3,554 Pneumonia
    1,220 Asthma
    471 Water on lungs (pleural effusion), acute edema (17)
    430 Pain
    326 Inflammation
    315 Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
    185 Mass
    10 Traumatic lung injury
  7. 76,837 Dizzy, fainting, fall, concussion, vertigo, loss of consciousness
  8. 60,655 Nausea
  9. 48,882 Arthritis; joint or bone pain including jaw (1,718)
  10. 40,415 Abdominal pain, discomfort; gastric inflammation, problems; intestine or colon injury, colostomy; diarrhea (19,339); indigestion (1,275); diverticulitis-related (246); Crohn’s autoimmune disease (106); Celiac autoimmune disease (19); C-Diff (62)
  11. 34,589 Covid-19 after vaccination (17,795), Covid-19 positive (13,019), complications (1,224) Covid-19 pneumonia (1,200), suspected Covid-19 (689), asymptomatic Covid-19 (426), post-acute Covid-19 syndrome (236)
  12. 32,023 Blood: clots, bleeding including in heart and brain
    Definitions:
    Brain stroke: caused by blockage from clot/thrombus (ischemic) or bleed (hemorrhagic, caused by aneurysm).
    Aneurysm: bulging or weak spot in blood vessel wall.
    Thrombosis: blood clot blockage.
    Embolism: when a piece of clot largely obstructs blood flow.
    Thromboembolism: reduced blood flow from blood clot embolism.
    Infarction: obstruction of blood supply causing tissue death.
    Myocardial infarction (MI): heart attack, usually from blood clot.
    13,101 Blood clots: thrombosis, thrombus, infarction
    4,831 Thrombosis location not specified (3,025) or deep vein (1,806)
    2,984 Pulmonary (lung): embolism (2,449), thrombosis (454), infarction (81)
    2,467 Heart attack: myocardial infarction (1,697), acute (611); thrombus (72); coronary artery thrombosis (39); cardiac ventricular (24); aortic (20); coronary artery embolism (3), intrapericardial thrombosis (1)
    2,026 Brain stroke, infarction, thrombosis, embolism including: transient ischemic (502); cerebral thrombosis (370); cerebral infarction (309); ischemic (264); hemorrhagic stroke (107); embolism or embolus stroke (64); lacunar infarction (50); cerebellar stroke (49); transverse sinus thrombosis (47); thalamic infarction (37); superior sagittal sinus thrombosis (33); brain stem thrombosis or infarction (31); brain stem stroke (28); lacunar (27); basal ganglia thrombosis (25); basal ganglia stroke (24); ischemic (17); thrombotic stroke (12); basilar thrombosis (11); internal capsule infarction (7); cavernous sinus thrombosis (6); hemorrhagic infarction (4); vertebrobasilar stroke (2)
    171 Embolism or embolus including: location not specified or peripheral (32), femoral (2), ileac (2), paradoxical (2), portal vein (2), air (1), fat (1), jugular (1)
    92 Peripheral: thrombosis (60), embolism (32)
    68 Portal vein: thrombosis (66), embolism (2)
    63 Spleen: thrombosis (31), infarction (31), embolism (1)
    53 Mesenteric (abdomen) thrombosis
    44 Eye or retinal: thrombosis (29), eye infarction (14), retinal embolism (1)
    38 Jugular vein: thrombosis (37), embolism (1)
    36 Subclavian: thrombosis (32), aneurysm embolism (3), embolism (1)
    30 Renal (kidney): thrombosis (26), embolism (4)
    27 Pelvic thrombosis
    25 Limb thrombosis
    20 Ovarian thrombosis
    18 Carotid artery thrombosis
    18 Axillary vein (armpit) thrombosis
    18 Hepatic (liver): thrombosis (16), embolisation (2)
    14 Vena cava: thrombosis (13), embolism (1)
    8 Brachiocephalic thrombosis
    8 Injection site thrombosis
    6 Superficial vein thrombosis
    6 Fetal placental thrombosis
    5 Vascular stent thrombosis
    4 Postoperative thrombosis
    3 Portosplenomesenteric thrombosis
    3 Graft thrombosis
    2 Visceral venous thrombosis
    2 Spinal cord thrombosis
    2 Infective thrombosis
    2 Postpartum thrombosis
    2 Prosthetic cardiac valve thrombosis
    1 Penile vein thrombosis
    1 Catheter site thrombosis
    1 Truncus coeliacus thrombosis
    1 Umbilical cord thrombosis
    1 Vascular access site thrombosis
    189 Aneurysm
    67 Brain: intracranial aneurysm (51), ruptured cerebral (16)
    52 Heart: aortic (34), cardiac (8), aortic rupture (6), coronary (4)
    36 Aneurysm, location not specified
    8 Ruptured
    6 Splenic artery
    5 Peripheral artery
    2 Arteriovenous fistula
    4 Carotid artery
    2 Mesenteric artery
    2 Subclavian artery
    2 Gastro
    1 Pulmonary (lung) artery
    1 Vertebral artery
    1 Basilar artery
    10,381 Other internal bleeding, hemorrhage, hematoma including:
    3,891 Contusion, bruise; pinpoint, small blood vessel
    2,288 Cerebrovascular accident: Brain clots, broken blood vessels
    1,811 Epistaxis (nosebleed)
    1,102 Vaginal hemorrhage
    359 Cerebellar hemorrhage, hematoma
    276 Eye bleeding (hematoma, hemorrhage)
    195 Rectal hemorrhage
    165 Haematemesis (vomiting blood)
    134 Abdominal bleeding hemorrhagic
    124 Sub hematoma hemorrhage
    20 Intraventricular
    16 Brain stem, intracranial, or thalamus hemorrhage
    8,352 Platelet count, blood cell and clotting issues, including transfusion and including:
    5,480 Anemia, pallor (red blood cell deficiency)
    855 Thrombocytopenia: low platelet blood clotting disorder
    103 Coagulopathy (excessive bleeding)
    77 Abnormal clotting including: overactive (disseminated intravascular coagulation) (38), hypercoagulation (could cause stroke) (30)
  13. 29,661 Product issues: given to inappropriate age (7,946), storage error (6,803), inappropriate product distribution schedule (5,896), dose omission issue (2,063), poor quality product (2,029), preparation error (1,559), incorrect route (738), wrong product (687), incorrect formulation (581), inappropriate site (582), administration error (460), use issue (317)
  14. 31,720 Mood, memory, depression, attention, nervousness, anxiety, confusion, agitation including:
    6,406 Anxiety
    4,733 Confusional state, delirium, incoherent
    3,188 Nervousness, jittery, restless
    1,930 Hypersomnia, excessive daytime sleepiness
    1,852 Disorientation
    1,672 Attention disturbance
    1,613 Mental status fatigue, changes; mood swings, disorders
    1,188 Panic attack, disorder
    1,213 Memory impairment, transient global amnesia (57)
    1,167 Depression, despair including: suicide-related (228) and suicide (20)
    1,079 Hallucinations, delusions
    945 Irritability, agitation
    821 Abnormal dreams, nightmares
    709 Crying, tearfulness
    769 Fear
    532 Depressed, altered state of consciousness; bradyphrenia (slowed thinking and info processing)
    431 Emotional-related disorders
    313 Abnormal thinking
    282 Anger, aggression
    265 Euphoric mood, mania, manic
    129 Psychogenic disorders that slow thought and movement
    124 Dissociation
    154 Dementia
    144 Staring
    110 Paranoid-related
    101 Psychotic-related, psychosis
    76 Frustration tolerance decreased
    75 Screaming
    67 Apathy
    39 Personality disorder
    36 Relaxation
    30 Depersonalization disorder
    28 Dreamy state
    24 Distractibility
    14 Schizophrenia-related
    13 Stupor
    10 Self injury ideation
  15. 24,223 Swelling, location not specified
  16. 23,629 Vomiting
  17. 21,951 Mouth and lip injury, swelling, ulceration, pain, spasm, difficulty or pain swallowing
  18. 18,427 Sleep disorders, insomnia, paralysis, attacks, terror, sleepiness, narcolepsy
  19. 14,213 Hearing disorders, tinnitus (10,090), deafness (2,244), loss (1,117)
  20. 13,354 Vision disorders, blurred (5,376), impaired (2,975), blindness (1,211), light or color issues, altered, double, loss, abnormal
  21. 10,893 Eye or eyelid pain, swelling, itch, infection, detachment, hemorrhage, movement disorder
  22. 10,562 Throat irritation, tightness
  23. 10,318 Menstrual-related: heavy (2,645), painful, irregular, short, absent, abnormal period
  24. 9,065 Decreased appetite, abnormal weight loss
  25. 9,038 Neck pain, injury, mass
  26. 8,686 Taste loss, distortion, disorder
  27. 8,322 Condition aggravated
  28. 8,164 Death
  29. 7,634 Face injury, swelling, pain
  30. 7,521 Flu-like illness
  31. 7,270 Brain-related, injury other than bleeding or stroke
    4,444 Epilepsy-related, seizure, temporal lobe
    1,518 Communication disorder or aphasia (loss of ability to understand speech due to brain damage)
    558 Cognitive disorder
    364 Encephalitis, brain injury
    117 Meningitis-related, brain swelling
    117 Fine motor skill dysfunction
    74 Tonic clonic seizure, convulsion
    37 Brain nerve pain, occipital neuralgia
    26 Brain death
    15 Brain tumor
  32. 6,339 Herpes-related, shingles (5,414), chicken pox (68)
  33. 6,055 Tongue swelling, abnormal, blister, paralysis, spasm, cyst
  34. 6,036 Ear congestion, discomfort, infection, disorder
  35. 4,940 Hypertension, high blood pressure
  36. 4,937 Dry, thirsty, dehydrated
  37. 4,918 Axillary (armpit) pain, mass
  38. 4,539 Impaired work ability
  39. 4,527 Immediate post-injection reaction
  40. 3,557 Bladder, urinary tract infection, incontinence, discomfort
  41. 3,412 Smell loss, disorders
  42. 3,187 Speech disorders, loss of ability, hoarse, discomfort, stammering, stuttering
  43. 3,013 Kidney injury, diabetes, abnormalities, failure
  44. 2,210 Inflammation, not specified
  45. 2,056 Breast pain, swelling, tenderness
  46. 2,023 Oxygen abnormal, hypoxia, brain damage
  47. 1,844 Pregnancy-related
    1,003 Fetal issues: spontaneous abortion (752), death (78), stillbirth (30)
    265 Uterine problems cyst, disorder, swelling, mass, pain, rupture|101 Ovarian disorders, cyst, rupture, necrosis, failure
    96 Placental issues: premature separation of placenta, premature rupture of membranes, thrombosis, retroplacental hematoma detachment with bleed and C-section
    79 Premature baby
    72 Fetal heart rate abnormal
    64 Suppressed lactation
    54 Premature labor
    45 Hemorrhage in pregnancy
    35 Preelampsia high blood pressure
    13 Complication of, or delivery
    13 Postpartum hemorrhage
    2 Popstpartum thrombosis, blood clot
    2 Ruptured ectopic pregnancy
  48. 1,803 Anaphylactic reaction or shock
  49. 1,724 Induration, hardening of soft tissue
  50. 1,408 Peripheral coldness (limbs)
  51. 1,281 Sneezing
  52. 1,073 Canker sores
  53. 1,025 Oral herpes
  54. 1,023 Tooth-related issues
  55. 926 Appendicitis, perforated, appendectomy
  56. 783 Sensory disturbance
  57. 731 Hair loss
  58. 725 Genital-related, pain, swelling, discomfort, rash, cyst, burning, enlarged, bleeding (353); vulva (372); testicular or scrotal pain, swelling, discomfort, disorder (247); penile (56)
  59. 693 Vein disorders, vasculitis
  60. 675 Sepsis, damaging response to infection
  61. 627 Groin or pelvic pain
  62. 567 Cancer-related including: lymphoma (225), leukemia (134), metastatic (49), white blood cell (20), prostate (18), colon or colorectal (20), pancreatic (12), thyroid (10), ovarian (8)
  63. 552 Glossitis and glossdynia, burning mouth or tongue
  64. 522 Liver failure, issues
  65. 478 Thyroid pain, mass, hypo- or hyper- thyroidism
  66. 468 Hyperaesthesia, increased sensitivity of one or more senses
  67. 438 Lupus, misc. autoimmune-related
  68. 338 Mechanical ventilation
  69. 306 Pancreas problems, failure, pancreatic, not counting cancer
  70. 277 Salivary gland pain and issues, cyst, hyper secretion, mass
  71. 153 Spleen disorders
  72. 83 Multiple organ dysfunction syndrome
  73. 79 Adrenal, endocrine cyst, mass, bleeding, disorder, Addison’s disease (27)
  74. 72 Coma
  75. 60 Ulcer
  76. 20 Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children
  77. 11 Children or males abnormally growing female breasts, gynecomastia

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List # 2. Covid Vaccine Adverse Events, as compiled by Swiss Policy Report

Updated: January 2022

An overview of severe covid vaccine adverse events.

A) Neurological disorders

Covid vaccinations have been associated with several neuro-inflammatory and neuro-degenerative disorders, including Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS), multiple sclerosis (MS, new-onset or relapse), transverse myelitis (TM), and acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM).

Neurological auto-immune reactions may be due to antigenic cross-reactivity and typically occur within days or weeks of vaccination. Symptoms vary and may include muscle weakness and paralysis, tremors and seizures, as well as cognitive issues (see video below).

By November 2021, about 2000 cases of post-vaccination GBS had been reported to the US VAERS systems and about 500 cases had been reported to the British MHRA system. Back in 1976, the US swine flu vaccination campaign was stopped due to an increased risk of GBS.

See alsoStudies and case reports (TG)

Video: Various post-vaccination neurological disorders (18+)https://videopress.com/embed/DqM4nXEo?hd=1&cover=1&loop=0&autoPlay=0&permalink=1

Image: Post-vaccination MS brain lesions in a previously healthy 26-year-old woman.

Post-vaccination MS brain lesions in a 26-year-old woman (more)

B) Menstrual disorders, miscarriages, birth defects

US authorities have argued that covid vaccines “appear to be completely safe for pregnant women” (NIH) and “are thought not to be a risk to lactating people or their breastfeeding babies” (CDC). However, the US VAERS system counts already more than 3,000 post-vaccination miscarriages, and it has been known since March 2021 that covid vaccines, or the spike protein they produce, may get into breast milk and sicken or kill a baby (e.g. by causing internal bleeding or allergic reactions).

In addition, by September 2021, more than 30,000 British women had reported post-vaccination menstrual disorders, such as excessive bleeding, and several cases of post-vaccination birth defects, including cardiac anomalies or pulmonary hemorrhage, have been reported.

In Scotland, an investigation has been launched into a spike in deaths among newborn babies. Of note, the Pfizer vaccine trial in pregnant women continues to be delayed for “lack of participants”. Regarding female fertility, it is too early to know if covid vaccines might have any impact.

Update: An age- and trimester-adjusted analysis of British stillbirth data found that covid vaccination (mostly in the third trimester) increased the risk of stillbirth by about 33%.

A breastfeeding baby with fatal internal bleeding (source)

C) Heart inflammation, heart attacks, cardiac arrest

In March 2021, Israel first reported a “murky wave of heart attacks” and an increase in post-vaccination all-cause mortality. In June, the Israeli Ministry of Health confirmed that covid mRNA vaccines may cause heart inflammation (myocarditis) and heart attacks, especially in young people. In September, a US study showed that in healthy male adolescents, the risk of post-vaccination myocarditis is about five times higher than the risk of covid hospitalization.

In young males, the risk of post-vaccination myocarditis may reach about 1 in 1000 (including subclinical cases). In October, several Nordic countries partially or fully halted the use of the high-dosed Moderna mRNA vaccine due to the elevated risk of myocarditis. In November, Taiwan suspended the second dose of the Pfizer vaccine in adolescents.

Post-vaccination myocarditis may also affect athletes and may lead to sudden cardiac arrest. Since the beginning of the covid vaccination campaign, several hundred professional athletes collapsed or died from cardiac arrest or heart attacks. In several countries, cases of myocarditis have significantly increased during covid vaccination campaigns. Myocarditis, even if “mild” (i.e. self-limiting), may cause long-term heart issues.

A study in mice found that if mRNA vaccine gets into a vein, the heart muscle absorbs the mRNA, starts producing coronavirus spike protein, gets attacked by the immune system, and develops inflammation and cell damage (i.e. myocarditis). This is likely what happens in humans, too, if the vaccine accidentally gets injected into a blood vessel instead of muscle cells.

See alsoAthlete cardiac arrests (overview) and Cardiac Arrest in Athletes (TG)

Image: Heart issues in European soccer players (December 2021)

Three professional soccer players suffering heart issues within one week (more)

Vaccine-induced myocarditis has also affected children and adolescents.

Vaccine-induced heart muscle inflammation in adolescents (more)

Myocarditis after covid vaccines (red) vs. flu vaccines (blue, all years) by age:

Myocarditis after covid vaccines (red) vs. influenza vaccines (blue) by age (OpenVaers)

D) Blood clots and strokes

Blood clots, stroke and pulmonary embolism continue to be major covid vaccine adverse events, especially after adenovector covid vaccines (AstraZeneca, Johnson&Johnson). In response, several countries have suspended the use of adenovector covid vaccines altogether or in non-senior citizens, in whom the risk is most pronounced.

In April 2021, AstraZeneca acknowledged that up to 10% of people receiving their covid vaccine may develop transient thrombocytopenia (low blood platelet count), which, in severe cases, may turn into thrombotic thrombocytopenia and increased risk of blood clots.

Life-threatening blood clots have also affected professional athletes and have caused pulmonary embolism (blood clots in the lung) and cerebral bleeding. A 44-year-old BBC moderator died due cerebral bleeding caused by the AstraZeneca vaccine. Several cases of leg amputations due to vaccine-induced blood clots have also been reported (see image below).

Of note, the risk of blood clots may increase during air travel. British Airways confirmed the death of three of their pilots, aged 30 to 55, without disclosing their cause of death or vaccination status. A German Lufthansa First Officer collapsed during a flight from Spain to Germany.

There are also ‘anecdotal’ reports of unusual cardiovascular complications several months after vaccination, raising the question of potential long-term cardiovascular damage: for instance, six months after vaccination, a healthy 13-year-old boy had a fatal cardiac arrest, a healthy 15-year-old girl had a fatal brain aneurysm, and a healthy ~35-year-old woman had a life-threatening stroke.

Leg amputations due to vaccine-induced blood clots (more)

The following figure shows a brain MRI of a vaccine-induced cerebral sinus venous thrombosis and cerebral hemorrhage (brain bleed) in a 32-year-old woman (more):

Brain MRI of a vaccine-induced cerebral sinus venous thrombosis in a 32-year-old woman (more)

E) Severe skin reactions

Skin reactions have been reported quite frequently after covid vaccinations. They include various types of rashes and eczema, chronic hives, but also immune responses affecting blood vessels in the skin (eryhtema multiforme or thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura).

Read moreCOVID-19 Vaccines and the Skin (Dermatlogic Clinics)

A severe, vaccine-related skin reaction (more)

F) Eye disorders and blindness

Covid vaccines may lead to bleeding and inflammation in the eyes and, in severe cases, to retinal detachment and blindness. In the UK, several hundred cases of post-vaccination blindness have been reported. In the US, about 2,500 reports to the VAERS system mention post-vaccination blindness. There are also reports of post-vaccination eye disorders affecting the eye lens (e.g. cataract), but the causality is currently less clear in these cases.

Vaccine-induced bleeding in the eye (more)

G) Bell’s palsy (facial paralysis)

Bell’s palsy is a unilateral facial paralysis that may last for up to six months. By December 2021, about 12,000 cases of post-vaccination Bell’s palsy had been reported to the US VAERS system, but the real number of cases is likely in the tens of thousands.

Video: A woman affected by post-vaccination Bell’s palsy (more):https://videopress.com/embed/oGEDp5UI?hd=1&cover=1&loop=0&autoPlay=0&permalink=1

H) Shingles and other virus reactivations

Reports of post-vaccination shingles (i.e. varicella zoster virus reactivation) have been quite frequent: by December 2021, about 11,000 cases of post-vaccination shingles had been reported to the US VAERS system (the true figure may be close to 100,000).

Varicella zoster virus reactivation may occur due to temporary vaccine-induced immune suppression (lymphocytopenia); about 20% of shingles patients develop a type of long-lasting neurological pain called postherpetic neuralgia (PHN).

The vaccine-induced reactivation of other latent virus infections, including human papilloma virus (HPV) and Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), has also been reported.

See alsoShots and shingles: What do they tell us? (Doctors for Covid Ethics)

Post-vaccination shingles within 48 hours (more)

J) Tinnitus, hearing loss, dizziness and vertigo

New onset of tinnitus is a rather frequently reported adverse event of covid vaccines: by December 2021, about 16,000 cases of post-vaccination tinnitus had been reported to the US VAERS system. In addition, several thousand cases of deafness or sudden hearing loss have been reported.

Of note, the Johnson & Johnson covid vaccine clinical trial had already included six cases of post-vaccination tinnitus, but the US FDA later ruled that they were ‘unrelated to the shot’. Vaccine-induced tinnitus may be caused by neuro-inflammation or blood vessel disorders, such as endothelial dysfunction.

In addition to tinnitus, there are also numerous reports of post-vaccination dizziness and vertigo, which may be due to immune reactions affecting the vestibular system in the inner ear.

VideoABC report on post-vaccination tinnitus (ABC News)

A case of tinnitus caused by a covid mRNA vaccine (more)

K) Anaphylactic shock

Covid vaccinations can cause a potentially life-threatening anaphylactic (allergic) shock. People affected by an anaphylactic shock typically collapse shortly after vaccination. By December 2021, about 8,500 cases of anaphylaxis had been reported to the US VAERS system. According to studies, anaphylaxis is more frequent after covid vaccines compared to other vaccines.

Video: An anaphylactic shock immediately after covid vaccination (more):https://videopress.com/embed/WcAEasmC?hd=1&cover=1&loop=0&autoPlay=0&permalink=1

L) Tumor growth and cancer

While there is no evidence that covid vaccines themselves are carcinogenic (i.e. cancer-causing), it has been shown that covid vaccines can cause a temporary immune suppression (lymphocytopenia) in up to 50% of people, which in turn might, in some cases, influence tumor growth (similar to the reactivation of varicella zoster virus, described above).

In official adverse event reporting systems and in vaccine-related online patient groups, there are already several thousand case reports of sudden post-vaccination tumor growth and cancer, even in young people, although some of these cases may certainly be coincidental.

Read moreCovid vaccines and cancer (SPR)

Image: Rapid progression of T-cell lymphoma following a Pfizer booster shot.

Rapid progression of T-cell lymphoma following Pfizer booster shot (Goldman et al)

Video: US clinical pathologist Dr. Ryan Cole describes a significant post-vaccination increase in certain types of cancer. German pathologists also noted the issue of post-vaccination immune dysregulation and sudden tumor growth in some patients.https://videopress.com/embed/HJY0tMWs?hd=1&cover=1&loop=0&autoPlay=0&permalink=1

Dr Ryan Cole on post-vaccination cancer (full video)

M) Appendicitis

By December 2021, post-vaccination appendicitis had been mentioned in about 1,000 reports to the US VAERS system. According to the US CDC, “the most common serious adverse events in the vaccine [trial] group which were numerically higher than in the placebo group were appendicitis, acute myocardial infarction, and cerebrovascular accident.” Appendicitis might occur due to vaccine-induced immune suppression or due to vaccine-induced mesenteric venous micro-thrombosis.

N) Children: PIMS, myocarditis, blood clots

Covid vaccination was thought to prevent pediatric inflammatory multi-system syndrome (PIMS), a rare condition associated with covid in children. Instead, it turned out that covid vaccines may themselves trigger PIMS, which is most likely caused by an immune reaction to the spike protein. Vaccine-induced PIMS was first noticed in Israel and was later confirmed by EMA.

By December 2021, the US VAERS system had received several hundred reports of post-vaccination heart inflammation and even strokes in children 5 to 17 years old. Some of these children had already recovered from mild or even asymptomatic covid prior to their vaccination.

In a letter to the British Medical Journal, a group of doctors wrote: “For young age groups, in whom covid-related morbidity and mortality is low, and for those who have had covid-19 infection already, and appear to have longstanding immunological memory, the harms of taking a vaccine are almost certain to outweigh the benefits to the individual, and the goal of reducing transmission to other people at higher risk has not been demonstrated securely.”

Read morePost-vaccination adverse events in children

Post-vaccination deaths and injuries in children (HIN)

O) Diabetes and diabetic ketoacidosis

In October 2021, a Chinese study published in Nature Cell Discovery first reported a “consistent increase” in post-vaccination blood sugar levels (HbA1c) lasting several months. Blood sugar levels peaked about one month after vaccination and reached prediabetic levels in about 30% of previously healthy participants. In addition, the study also found consistent alterations in serum sodium and potassium levels, coagulation profiles, and renal functions.

In September 2021, a US study reported several cases of post-vaccination hyperglycemic emergencies, including hyperglycemic syndrome and diabetic ketoacidosis. The first widely reported case of a post-vaccination death due to diabetic ketoacidosis was 42-year-old cyber security expert Dan Kaminsky in April 2021.

Vaccine-induced hyperglycemic emergencies (Lee et al., JES, September 2021)

P) Other autoimmune diseases

In addition to neurological autoimmune diseases described above, covid vaccine have already been linked to several other new-onset autoimmune diseases, including, in particular, autoimmune hepatitis (i.e. chronic liver inflammation; more cases).

See alsoStudies and case reports (Telegram)

Covid vaccines and autoimmune hepatitis (Erard et al)

Q) Booster toxicity

Several covid vaccine adverse events, including cardiovascular adverse events, have been shown to be dose-dependent. Thus, they are more likely to occur after the high-dosed Moderna vaccine compared to the lower-dosed Pfizer vaccine (100μg vs. 30μg mRNA), and they are more likely to occur after the second or third dose compared to the first dose.

In December 2021, the Canadian province of Quebec decided to stop booster vaccinations of senior citizens who had previously been infected after an increase in life-threatening booster vaccine reactions had been observed (previously also reported in Germany and in Israel). It is also known that mRNA lipid nano-particles themselves can cause toxicity if injected repeatedly over several months or years.

Read moreBooster adverse events (VAERS compilation)

Safety signals during vaccine trials

Several serious adverse events were already observed during official covid vaccine trials, but were discarded as “unrelated”. An editor of the British Medical Journal noted that the Pfizer vaccine trial had excluded, without explanation, five times more people from the vaccine group than from the control group. In the Pfizer vaccine trial for adolescents, as 12-year-old girl suffered permanent paralysis, but Pfizer reported her case merely as “abdominal pain”.

Causality and Under-Reporting

Some post-vaccination injuries may be unrelated to the vaccination. However, in the US, about 50% of post-vaccination deaths occurred in people who became ill within 48 hours of being vaccinated. Furthermore, a systematic analysis found that even in senior citizens, about 85% of post-vaccination deaths reported to VAERS were plausibly caused by the covid vaccine.

A large 2006 meta-study found that reporting systems of drug adverse events typically cover only about 5% to 20% of all adverse events experienced by drug recipients (under-reporting). Thus, reported adverse events may have to be multiplied by a factor of 5 to 20 to get actual adverse events.

In an open letter published in October 2021Dr. Hartmut Glossmann – professor of Pharmacology, one of Austria’s most cited scientists in the world, founder of the first Austrian Drug Commission and long-time editor of a German pharmaceutical publication – described covid vaccines as “the biggest drug scandal” he has ever witnessed.

Case reports

To study case reports of vaccine-related deaths and injuries, see:

To study cases of vaccine skeptics dying of covid, see “Sorry Antivaxxer”.

Video: Cardiac arrests in athletes

There have been a record number of professional and amateur athletes suffering a cardiac arrest or heart attack in 2021, typically within weeks of vaccination (5-minute compilation).

See alsoAthlete cardiac arrests (overview) and Cardiac Arrest in Athletes (TG) Also here

Video: How covid vaccines got approved

“Hearing without listening”: At FDA hearing on coronavirus vaccine, the chair cut off questions and limited debate. (One minute video, The Defender) Also here

Video: The Testimonies Project

An Israeli documentary on covid vaccine injuries (1 hour; source: The Testimonies Project). on Rumble

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List # 3. Potential side-effects (‘adverse events’) of Pfizer mRNA injections, pp.30-38 of a document prepared by Pfizer. The document is titled:

5.3.6 CUMULATIVE ANALYSIS OF POST-AUTHORIZATION ADVERSE EVENT
REPORTS OF PF-07302048 (BNT162B2) RECEIVED THROUGH 28-FEB-2021

[NB – A further list of adverse events with numbers of cases appears on pp. 16 though 24 and is worth reviewing]

APPENDIX 1. LIST OF ADVERSE EVENTS OF SPECIAL INTEREST

1p36 deletion syndrome
2-Hydroxyglutaric aciduria
5’nucleotidase increased
Acoustic neuritis
Acquired C1 inhibitor deficiency
Acquired epidermolysis bullosa
Acquired epileptic aphasia
Acute cutaneous lupus erythematosus
Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis
Acute encephalitis with refractory, repetitive partial seizures
Acute febrile neutrophilic dermatosis
Acute flaccid myelitis
Acute haemorrhagic leukoencephalitis
Acute haemorrhagic oedema of infancy
Acute kidney injury
Acute macular outer retinopathy
Acute motor axonal neuropathy
Acute motor-sensory axonal neuropathy
Acute myocardial infarction
Acute respiratory distress syndrome
Acute respiratory failure
Addison’s disease
Administration site thrombosis
Administration site vasculitis
Adrenal thrombosis
Adverse event following immunisation
Ageusia
Agranulocytosis
Air embolism
Alanine aminotransferase abnormal
Alanine aminotransferase increased
Alcoholic seizure
Allergic bronchopulmonary mycosis
Allergic oedema
Alloimmune hepatitis
Alopecia areata
Alpers disease
Alveolar proteinosis
Ammonia abnormal
Ammonia increased
Amniotic cavity infection
Amygdalohippocampectomy
Amyloid arthropathy
Amyloidosis
Amyloidosis senile
Anaphylactic reaction
Anaphylactic shock
Anaphylactic transfusion reaction
Anaphylactoid reaction
Anaphylactoid shock
Anaphylactoid syndrome of pregnancy
Angioedema
Angiopathic neuropathy
Ankylosing spondylitis
Anosmia
Antiacetylcholine receptor antibody positive
Anti-actin antibody positive
Anti-aquaporin-4 antibody positive
Anti-basal ganglia antibody positive
Anti-cyclic citrullinated peptide antibody positive
Anti-epithelial antibody positive
Anti-erythrocyte antibody positive
Anti-exosome complex antibody positive
AntiGAD antibody negative
Anti-GAD antibody positive
Anti-ganglioside antibody positive
Antigliadin antibody positive
Anti-glomerular basement membrane antibody positive
Anti-glomerular basement membrane disease
Anti-glycyl-tRNA synthetase antibody positive
Anti-HLA antibody test positive
Anti-IA2 antibody positive
Anti-insulin antibody increased
Anti-insulin antibody positive
Anti-insulin receptor antibody increased
Antiinsulin receptor antibody positive
Anti-interferon antibody negative
Anti-interferon antibody positive
Anti-islet cell antibody positive
Antimitochondrial antibody positive
Anti-muscle specific kinase antibody positive
Anti-myelin-associated glycoprotein antibodies positive
Anti-myelin-associated glycoprotein associated polyneuropathy
Antimyocardial antibody positive
Anti-neuronal antibody positive
Antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibody increased
Antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibody positive
Anti-neutrophil cytoplasmic antibody positive vasculitis
Anti-NMDA antibody positive
Antinuclear antibody increased
Antinuclear antibody positive
Antiphospholipid antibodies positive
Antiphospholipid syndrome
Anti-platelet antibody positive
Anti-prothrombin antibody positive
Antiribosomal P antibody positive
Anti-RNA polymerase III antibody positive
Anti-saccharomyces cerevisiae antibody test positive
Anti-sperm antibody positive
Anti-SRP antibody positive
Antisynthetase syndrome
Anti-thyroid antibody positive
Anti-transglutaminase antibody increased
Anti-VGCC antibody positive
AntiVGKC antibody positive
Anti-vimentin antibody positive
Antiviral prophylaxis
Antiviral treatment
Anti-zinc transporter 8 antibody positive
Aortic embolus
Aortic thrombosis
Aortitis
Aplasia pure red cell
Aplastic anaemia
Application site thrombosis
Application site vasculitis
Arrhythmia
Arterial bypass occlusion
Arterial bypass thrombosis
Arterial thrombosis
Arteriovenous fistula thrombosis
Arteriovenous graft site stenosis
Arteriovenous graft thrombosis
Arteritis
Arteritis coronary
Arthralgia
Arthritis
Arthritis enteropathic
Ascites
Aseptic cavernous sinus thrombosis
Aspartate aminotransferase abnormal
Aspartate aminotransferase increased
Aspartate-glutamate-transporter deficiency
AST to platelet ratio index increased
AST/ALT ratio abnormal
Asthma
Asymptomatic COVID19
Ataxia
Atheroembolism
Atonic seizures
Atrial thrombosis
Atrophic thyroiditis
Atypical benign partial epilepsy
Atypical pneumonia
Aura
Autoantibody positive
Autoimmune anaemia
Autoimmune aplastic anaemia
Autoimmune arthritis
Autoimmune blistering disease
Autoimmune cholangitis
Autoimmune colitis
Autoimmune demyelinating disease
Autoimmune dermatitis
Autoimmune disorder
Autoimmune encephalopathy
Autoimmune endocrine disorder
Autoimmune enteropathy
Autoimmune eye disorder
Autoimmune haemolytic anaemia
Autoimmune heparin-induced thrombocytopenia
Autoimmune hepatitis
Autoimmune hyperlipidaemia
Autoimmune hypothyroidism
Autoimmune inner ear disease
Autoimmune lung disease
Autoimmune lymphoproliferative syndrome
Autoimmune myocarditis
Autoimmune myositis
Autoimmune nephritis
Autoimmune neuropathy
Autoimmune neutropenia
Autoimmune pancreatitis
Autoimmune pancytopenia
Autoimmune pericarditis
Autoimmune retinopathy
Autoimmune thyroid disorder
Autoimmune thyroiditis
Autoimmune uveitis
Autoinflammation with infantile enterocolitis
Autoinflammatory disease
Automatism epileptic
Autonomic nervous system imbalance
Autonomic seizure
Axial spondyloarthritis
Axillary vein thrombosis
Axonal and demyelinating polyneuropathy
Axonal neuropathy
Bacterascites
Baltic myoclonic epilepsy
Band sensation
Basedow’s disease
Basilar artery thrombosis
Basophilopenia
B-cell aplasia
Behcet’s syndrome
Benign ethnic neutropenia
Benign familial neonatal convulsions
Benign familial pemphigus
Benign rolandic epilepsy
Beta-2 glycoprotein antibody positive
Bickerstaff’s encephalitis
Bile output abnormal
Bile output decreased
Biliary ascites
Bilirubin conjugated abnormal
Bilirubin conjugated increased
Bilirubin urine present
Biopsy liver abnormal
Biotinidase deficiency
Birdshot chorioretinopathy
Blood alkaline phosphatase abnormal
Blood alkaline phosphatase increased
Blood bilirubin abnormal
Blood bilirubin increased
Blood bilirubin unconjugated increased
Blood cholinesterase abnormal
Blood cholinesterase decreased
Blood pressure decreased
Blood pressure diastolic decreased
Blood pressure systolic decreased
Blue toe syndrome
Brachiocephalic vein thrombosis
Brain stem embolism
Brain stem thrombosis
Bromosulphthalein test abnormal
Bronchial oedema
Bronchitis
Bronchitis mycoplasmal
Bronchitis viral
Bronchopulmonary aspergillosis allergic
Bronchospasm
BuddChiari syndrome
Bulbar palsy
Butterfly rash
C1q nephropathy
Caesarean section
Calcium embolism
Capillaritis
Caplan’s syndrome
Cardiac amyloidosis
Cardiac arrest
Cardiac failure
Cardiac failure acute
Cardiac sarcoidosis
Cardiac ventricular thrombosis
Cardiogenic shock
Cardiolipin antibody positive
Cardiopulmonary failure
Cardio-respiratory arrest
Cardio-respiratory distress
Cardiovascular insufficiency
Carotid arterial embolus
Carotid artery thrombosis
Cataplexy
Catheter site thrombosis
Catheter site vasculitis
Cavernous sinus thrombosis
CDKL5 deficiency disorder
CEC syndrome
Cement embolism
Central nervous system lupus
Central nervous system vasculitis
Cerebellar artery thrombosis
Cerebellar embolism
Cerebral amyloid angiopathy
Cerebral arteritis
Cerebral artery embolism
Cerebral artery thrombosis
Cerebral gas embolism
Cerebral microembolism
Cerebral septic infarct
Cerebral thrombosis
Cerebral venous sinus thrombosis
Cerebral venous thrombosis
Cerebrospinal thrombotic tamponade
Cerebrovascular accident
Change in seizure presentation
Chest discomfort
ChildPugh-Turcotte score abnormal
Child-Pugh-Turcotte score increased
Chillblains
Choking
Choking sensation
Cholangitis sclerosing
Chronic autoimmune glomerulonephritis
Chronic cutaneous lupus erythematosus
Chronic fatigue syndrome
Chronic gastritis
Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy
Chronic lymphocytic inflammation with pontine perivascular
enhancement responsive to steroids
Chronic recurrent multifocal osteomyelitis
Chronic respiratory failure
Chronic spontaneous urticaria
Circulatory collapse
Circumoral oedema
Circumoral swelling
Clinically isolated syndrome
Clonic convulsion
Coeliac disease
Cogan’s syndrome
Cold agglutinins positive
Cold type haemolytic anaemia
Colitis
Colitis erosive
Colitis herpes
Colitis microscopic
Colitis ulcerative
Collagen disorder
Collagen-vascular disease
Complement factor abnormal
Complement factor C1 decreased
Complement factor C2 decreased
Complement factor C3 decreased
Complement factor C4 decreased
Complement factor decreased
Computerised tomogram liver abnormal
Concentric sclerosis
Congenital anomaly
Congenital bilateral perisylvian syndrome
Congenital herpes simplex infection
Congenital myasthenic syndrome
Congenital varicella infection
Congestive hepatopathy
Convulsion in childhood
Convulsions local
Convulsive threshold lowered
Coombs positive haemolytic anaemia
Coronary artery disease
Coronary artery embolism
Coronary artery thrombosis
Coronary bypass thrombosis
Coronavirus infection
Coronavirus test
Coronavirus test negative
Coronavirus test positive
Corpus callosotomy
Cough
Cough variant asthma
COVID-19
COVID-19 immunisation
COVID-19 pneumonia
COVID-19 prophylaxis
COVID-19 treatment
Cranial nerve disorder
Cranial nerve palsies multiple
Cranial nerve paralysis
CREST syndrome
Crohn’s disease
Cryofibrinogenaemia
Cryoglobulinaemia
CSF oligoclonal band present
CSWS syndrome
Cutaneous amyloidosis
Cutaneous lupus erythematosus
Cutaneous sarcoidosis
Cutaneous vasculitis
Cyanosis
Cyclic neutropenia
Cystitis interstitial
Cytokine release syndrome
Cytokine storm
De novo purine synthesis inhibitors associated
acute inflammatory syndrome
Death neonatal
Deep vein thrombosis
Deep vein thrombosis postoperative
Deficiency of bile secretion
Deja vu
Demyelinating polyneuropathy
Demyelination
Dermatitis
Dermatitis bullous
Dermatitis herpetiformis
Dermatomyositis
Device embolisation
Device related thrombosis
Diabetes mellitus
Diabetic ketoacidosis
Diabetic mastopathy
Dialysis amyloidosis
Dialysis membrane reaction
Diastolic hypotension
Diffuse vasculitis
Digital pitting scar
Disseminated intravascular coagulation
Disseminated intravascular coagulation in newborn
Disseminated neonatal herpes simplex
Disseminated varicella
Disseminated varicella zoster vaccine virus infection
Disseminated varicella zoster virus infection
DNA antibody positive
Double cortex syndrome
Double stranded DNA antibody positive
Dreamy state
Dressler’s syndrome
Drop attacks
Drug withdrawal convulsions
Dyspnoea
Early infantile epileptic encephalopathy with burst-suppression
Eclampsia
Eczema herpeticum
Embolia cutis medicamentosa
Embolic cerebellar infarction
Embolic cerebral infarction
Embolic pneumonia
Embolic stroke
Embolism
Embolism arterial
Embolism venous
Encephalitis
Encephalitis allergic
Encephalitis autoimmune
Encephalitis brain stem
Encephalitis haemorrhagic
Encephalitis periaxialis diffusa
Encephalitis post immunisation
Encephalomyelitis
Encephalopathy
Endocrine disorder
Endocrine ophthalmopathy
Endotracheal intubation
Enteritis
Enteritis leukopenic
Enterobacter pneumonia
Enterocolitis
Enteropathic spondylitis
Eosinopenia
Eosinophilic fasciitis
Eosinophilic granulomatosis with polyangiitis
Eosinophilic oesophagitis
Epidermolysis
Epilepsy
Epilepsy surgery
Epilepsy with myoclonic-atonic seizures
Epileptic aura
Epileptic psychosis
Erythema
Erythema induratum
Erythema multiforme
Erythema nodosum
Evans syndrome
Exanthema subitum
Expanded disability status scale score decreased
Expanded disability status scale score increased
Exposure to communicable disease
Exposure to SARS-CoV-2
Eye oedema
Eye pruritus
Eye swelling
Eyelid oedema
Face oedema
Facial paralysis
Facial paresis
Faciobrachial dystonic seizure
Fat embolism
Febrile convulsion
Febrile infection-related epilepsy syndrome
Febrile neutropenia
Felty’s syndrome
Femoral artery embolism
Fibrillary glomerulonephritis
Fibromyalgia
Flushing
Foaming at mouth
Focal cortical resection
Focal dyscognitive seizures
Foetal distress syndrome
Foetal placental thrombosis
Foetor hepaticus
Foreign body embolism
Frontal lobe epilepsy
Fulminant type 1 diabetes mellitus
Galactose elimination capacity test abnormal
Galactose elimination capacity test decreased
Gamma-glutamyltransferase abnormal
Gamma-glutamyltransferase increased
Gastritis herpes
Gastrointestinal amyloidosis
Gelastic seizure
Generalised onset non-motor seizure
Generalised tonic-clonic seizure
Genital herpes
Genital herpes simplex
Genital herpes zoster
Giant cell arteritis
Glomerulonephritis
Glomerulonephritis membranoproliferative
Glomerulonephritis membranous
Glomerulonephritis rapidly progressive
Glossopharyngeal nerve paralysis
Glucose transporter type 1 deficiency syndrome
Glutamate dehydrogenase increased
Glycocholic acid increased
GM2 gangliosidosis
Goodpasture’s syndrome
Graft thrombosis
Granulocytopenia
Granulocytopenia neonatal
Granulomatosis with polyangiitis
Granulomatous dermatitis
Grey matter heterotopia
Guanase increased
GuillainBarre syndrome
Haemolytic anaemia
Haemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis
Haemorrhage
Haemorrhagic ascites
Haemorrhagic disorder
Haemorrhagic pneumonia
Haemorrhagic varicella syndrome
Haemorrhagic vasculitis
Hantavirus pulmonary infection
Hashimoto’s encephalopathy
Hashitoxicosis
Hemimegalencephaly
Henoch-Schonlein purpura
HenochSchonlein purpura nephritis
Hepaplastin abnormal
Hepaplastin decreased
Heparin-induced thrombocytopenia
Hepatic amyloidosis
Hepatic artery embolism
Hepatic artery flow decreased
Hepatic artery thrombosis
Hepatic enzyme abnormal
Hepatic enzyme decreased
Hepatic enzyme increased
Hepatic fibrosis marker abnormal
Hepatic fibrosis marker increased
Hepatic function abnormal
Hepatic hydrothorax
Hepatic hypertrophy
Hepatic hypoperfusion
Hepatic lymphocytic infiltration
Hepatic mass
Hepatic pain
Hepatic sequestration
Hepatic vascular resistance increased
Hepatic vascular thrombosis
Hepatic vein embolism
Hepatic vein thrombosis
Hepatic venous pressure gradient abnormal
Hepatic venous pressure gradient increased
Hepatitis
Hepatobiliary scan abnormal
Hepatomegaly
Hepatosplenomegaly
Hereditary angioedema with C1 esterase inhibitor deficiency
Herpes dermatitis
Herpes gestationis
Herpes oesophagitis
Herpes ophthalmic
Herpes pharyngitis
Herpes sepsis
Herpes simplex
Herpes simplex cervicitis
Herpes simplex colitis
Herpes simplex encephalitis
Herpes simplex gastritis
Herpes simplex hepatitis
Herpes simplex meningitis
Herpes simplex meningoencephalitis
Herpes simplex meningomyelitis
Herpes simplex necrotising retinopathy
Herpes simplex oesophagitis
Herpes simplex otitis externa
Herpes simplex pharyngitis
Herpes simplex pneumonia
Herpes simplex reactivation
Herpes simplex sepsis
Herpes simplex viraemia
Herpes simplex virus conjunctivitis neonatal
Herpes simplex visceral
Herpes virus infection
Herpes zoster
Herpes zoster cutaneous disseminated
Herpes zoster infection neurological
Herpes zoster meningitis
Herpes zoster meningoencephalitis
Herpes zoster meningomyelitis
Herpes zoster meningoradiculitis
Herpes zoster necrotising retinopathy
Herpes zoster oticus
Herpes zoster pharyngitis
Herpes zoster reactivation
Herpetic radiculopathy
Histone antibody positive
Hoigne’s syndrome
Human herpesvirus 6 encephalitis
Human herpesvirus 6 infection
Human herpesvirus 6 infection reactivation
Human herpesvirus 7 infection
Human herpesvirus 8 infection
Hyperammonaemia
Hyperbilirubinaemia
Hypercholia
Hypergammaglobulinaemia benign monoclonal
Hyperglycaemic seizure
Hypersensitivity
Hypersensitivity vasculitis
Hyperthyroidism
Hypertransaminasaemia
Hyperventilation
Hypoalbuminaemia
Hypocalcaemic seizure
Hypogammaglobulinaemia
Hypoglossal nerve paralysis
Hypoglossal nerve paresis
Hypoglycaemic seizure
Hyponatraemic seizure
Hypotension
Hypotensive crisis
Hypothenar hammer syndrome
Hypothyroidism
Hypoxia
Idiopathic CD4 lymphocytopenia
Idiopathic generalised epilepsy
Idiopathic interstitial pneumonia
Idiopathic neutropenia
Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis
IgA nephropathy
IgM nephropathy
IIIrd nerve paralysis
IIIrd nerve paresis
Iliac artery embolism
Immune thrombocytopenia
Immunemediated adverse reaction
Immune-mediated cholangitis
Immune-mediated cholestasis
Immune-mediated cytopenia
Immune-mediated encephalitis
Immune-mediated encephalopathy
Immune-mediated endocrinopathy
Immune-mediated enterocolitis
Immunemediated gastritis
Immune-mediated hepatic disorder
Immune-mediated hepatitis
Immunemediated hyperthyroidism
Immune-mediated hypothyroidism
Immune-mediated myocarditis
Immune-mediated myositis
Immune-mediated nephritis
Immune-mediated neuropathy
Immune-mediated pancreatitis
Immune-mediated pneumonitis
Immune-mediated renal disorder
Immune-mediated thyroiditis
Immune-mediated uveitis
Immunoglobulin G4 related disease
Immunoglobulins abnormal
Implant site thrombosis
Inclusion body myositis
Infantile genetic agranulocytosis
Infantile spasms
Infected vasculitis
Infective thrombosis
Inflammation
Inflammatory bowel disease
Infusion site thrombosis
Infusion site vasculitis
Injection site thrombosis
Injection site urticaria
Injection site vasculitis
Instillation site thrombosis
Insulin autoimmune syndrome
Interstitial granulomatous dermatitis
Interstitial lung disease
Intracardiac mass
Intracardiac thrombus
Intracranial pressure increased
Intrapericardial thrombosis
Intrinsic factor antibody abnormal
Intrinsic factor antibody positive
IPEX syndrome
Irregular breathing
IRVAN syndrome
IVth nerve paralysis
IVth nerve paresis
JC polyomavirus test positive
JC virus CSF test positive
Jeavons syndrome
Jugular vein embolism
Jugular vein thrombosis
Juvenile idiopathic arthritis
Juvenile myoclonic epilepsy
Juvenile polymyositis
Juvenile psoriatic arthritis
Juvenile spondyloarthritis
Kaposi sarcoma inflammatory cytokine syndrome
Kawasaki’s disease
Kayser-Fleischer ring
Keratoderma blenorrhagica
Ketosisprone diabetes mellitus
Kounis syndrome
Lafora’s myoclonic epilepsy
Lambl’s excrescences
Laryngeal dyspnoea
Laryngeal oedema
Laryngeal rheumatoid arthritis
Laryngospasm
Laryngotracheal oedema
Latent autoimmune diabetes in adults
LE cells present
Lemierre syndrome
Lennox-Gastaut syndrome
Leucine aminopeptidase increased
Leukoencephalomyelitis
Leukoencephalopathy
Leukopenia
Leukopenia neonatal
Lewis-Sumner syndrome
Lhermitte’s sign
Lichen planopilaris
Lichen planus
Lichen sclerosus
Limbic encephalitis
Linear IgA disease
Lip oedema
Lip swelling
Liver function test abnormal
Liver function test decreased
Liver function test increased
Liver induration
Liver injury
Liver iron concentration abnormal
Liver iron concentration increased
Liver opacity
Liver palpable
Liver sarcoidosis
Liver scan abnormal
Liver tenderness
Low birth weight baby
Lower respiratory tract herpes infection
Lower respiratory tract infection
Lower respiratory tract infection viral
Lung abscess
Lupoid hepatic cirrhosis
Lupus cystitis
Lupus encephalitis
Lupus endocarditis
Lupus enteritis
Lupus hepatitis
Lupus myocarditis
Lupus myositis
Lupus nephritis
Lupus pancreatitis
Lupus pleurisy
Lupus pneumonitis
Lupus vasculitis
Lupus-like syndrome
Lymphocytic hypophysitis
Lymphocytopenia neonatal
Lymphopenia
MAGIC syndrome
Magnetic resonance imaging liver abnormal
Magnetic resonance proton density fat fraction measurement
Mahler sign
Manufacturing laboratory analytical testing issue
Manufacturing materials issue
Manufacturing production issue
Marburg’s variant multiple sclerosis
Marchiafava-Bignami disease
Marine Lenhart syndrome
Mastocytic enterocolitis
Maternal exposure during pregnancy
Medical device site thrombosis
Medical device site vasculitis
MELAS syndrome
Meningitis
Meningitis aseptic
Meningitis herpes
Meningoencephalitis herpes simplex neonatal
Meningoencephalitis herpetic
Meningomyelitis herpes
MERS-CoV test
MERS-CoV test negative
MERS-CoV test positive
Mesangioproliferative glomerulonephritis
Mesenteric artery embolism
Mesenteric artery thrombosis
Mesenteric vein thrombosis
Metapneumovirus infection
Metastatic cutaneous Crohn’s disease
Metastatic pulmonary embolism
Microangiopathy
Microembolism
Microscopic polyangiitis
Middle East respiratory syndrome
Migraine-triggered seizure
Miliary pneumonia
Miller Fisher syndrome
Mitochondrial aspartate aminotransferase increased
Mixed connective tissue disease
Model for end stage liver disease score abnormal
Model for end stage liver disease score increased
Molar ratio of total branched-chain amino acid to tyrosine
Molybdenum cofactor deficiency
Monocytopenia
Mononeuritis
Mononeuropathy multiplex
Morphoea
Morvan syndrome
Mouth swelling
Moyamoya disease
Multifocal motor neuropathy
Multiple organ dysfunction syndrome
Multiple sclerosis
Multiple sclerosis relapse
Multiple sclerosis relapse prophylaxis
Multiple subpial transection
Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children
Muscular sarcoidosis
Myasthenia gravis
Myasthenia gravis crisis
Myasthenia gravis neonatal
Myasthenic syndrome
Myelitis
Myelitis transverse
Myocardial infarction
Myocarditis
Myocarditis post infection
Myoclonic epilepsy
Myoclonic epilepsy and ragged-red fibres
Myokymia
Myositis
Narcolepsy
Nasal herpes
Nasal obstruction
Necrotising herpetic retinopathy
Neonatal Crohn’s disease
Neonatal epileptic seizure
Neonatal lupus erythematosus
Neonatal mucocutaneous herpes simplex
Neonatal pneumonia
Neonatal seizure
Nephritis
Nephrogenic systemic fibrosis
Neuralgic amyotrophy
Neuritis
Neuritis cranial
Neuromyelitis optica pseudo relapse
Neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder
Neuromyotonia
Neuronal neuropathy
Neuropathy peripheral
Neuropathy, ataxia, retinitis pigmentosa syndrome
Neuropsychiatric lupus
Neurosarcoidosis
Neutropenia
Neutropenia neonatal
Neutropenic colitis
Neutropenic infection
Neutropenic sepsis
Nodular rash
Nodular vasculitis
Noninfectious myelitis
Noninfective encephalitis
Noninfective encephalomyelitis
Noninfective oophoritis
Obstetrical pulmonary embolism
Occupational exposure to communicable disease
Occupational exposure to SARS-CoV-2
Ocular hyperaemia
Ocular myasthenia
Ocular pemphigoid
Ocular sarcoidosis
Ocular vasculitis
Oculofacial paralysis
Oedema
Oedema blister
Oedema due to hepatic disease
Oedema mouth
Oesophageal achalasia
Ophthalmic artery thrombosis
Ophthalmic herpes simplex
Ophthalmic herpes zoster
Ophthalmic vein thrombosis
Optic neuritis
Optic neuropathy
Optic perineuritis
Oral herpes
Oral lichen planus
Oropharyngeal oedema
Oropharyngeal spasm
Oropharyngeal swelling
Osmotic demyelination syndrome
Ovarian vein thrombosis
Overlap syndrome
Paediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders associated
with streptococcal infection
Paget-Schroetter syndrome
Palindromic rheumatism
Palisaded neutrophilic granulomatous dermatitis
Palmoplantar keratoderma
Palpable purpura
Pancreatitis
Panencephalitis
Papillophlebitis
Paracancerous pneumonia
Paradoxical embolism
Parainfluenzae viral laryngotracheobronchitis
Paraneoplastic dermatomyositis
Paraneoplastic pemphigus
Paraneoplastic thrombosis
Paresis cranial nerve
Parietal cell antibody positive
Paroxysmal nocturnal haemoglobinuria
Partial seizures
Partial seizures with secondary generalisation
Patient isolation
Pelvic venous thrombosis
Pemphigoid
Pemphigus
Penile vein thrombosis
Pericarditis
Pericarditis lupus
Perihepatic discomfort
Periorbital oedema
Periorbital swelling
Peripheral artery thrombosis
Peripheral embolism
Peripheral ischaemia
Peripheral vein thrombus extension
Periportal oedema
Peritoneal fluid protein abnormal
Peritoneal fluid protein decreased
Peritoneal fluid protein increased
Peritonitis lupus
Pernicious anaemia
Petit mal epilepsy
Pharyngeal oedema
Pharyngeal swelling
Pityriasis lichenoides et varioliformis acuta
Placenta praevia
Pleuroparenchymal fibroelastosis
Pneumobilia
Pneumonia
Pneumonia adenoviral
Pneumonia cytomegaloviral
Pneumonia herpes viral
Pneumonia influenzal
Pneumonia measles
Pneumonia mycoplasmal
Pneumonia necrotising
Pneumonia parainfluenzae viral
Pneumonia respiratory syncytial viral
Pneumonia viral
POEMS syndrome
Polyarteritis nodosa
Polyarthritis
Polychondritis
Polyglandular autoimmune syndrome type I
Polyglandular autoimmune syndrome type II
Polyglandular autoimmune syndrome type III
Polyglandular disorder
Polymicrogyria
Polymyalgia rheumatica
Polymyositis
Polyneuropathy
Polyneuropathy idiopathic progressive
Portal pyaemia
Portal vein embolism
Portal vein flow decreased
Portal vein pressure increased
Portal vein thrombosis
Portosplenomesenteric venous thrombosis
Post procedural hypotension
Post procedural pneumonia
Post procedural pulmonary embolism
Post stroke epilepsy
Post stroke seizure
Post thrombotic retinopathy
Post thrombotic syndrome
Post viral fatigue syndrome
Postictal headache
Postictal paralysis
Postictal psychosis
Postictal state
Postoperative respiratory distress
Postoperative respiratory failure
Postoperative thrombosis
Postpartum thrombosis
Postpartum venous thrombosis
Postpericardiotomy syndrome
Post-traumatic epilepsy
Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome
Precerebral artery thrombosis
Pre-eclampsia
Preictal state
Premature labour
Premature menopause
Primary amyloidosis
Primary biliary cholangitis
Primary progressive multiple sclerosis
Procedural shock
Proctitis herpes
Proctitis ulcerative
Product availability issue
Product distribution issue
Product supply issue
Progressive facial hemiatrophy
Progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy
Progressive multiple sclerosis
Progressive relapsing multiple sclerosis
Prosthetic cardiac valve thrombosis
Pruritus
Pruritus allergic
Pseudovasculitis
Psoriasis
Psoriatic arthropathy
Pulmonary amyloidosis
Pulmonary artery thrombosis
Pulmonary embolism
Pulmonary fibrosis
Pulmonary haemorrhage
Pulmonary microemboli
Pulmonary oil microembolism
Pulmonary renal syndrome
Pulmonary sarcoidosis
Pulmonary sepsis
Pulmonary thrombosis
Pulmonary tumour thrombotic microangiopathy
Pulmonary vasculitis
Pulmonary veno-occlusive disease
Pulmonary venous thrombosis
Pyoderma gangrenosum
Pyostomatitis vegetans
Pyrexia
Quarantine
Radiation leukopenia
Radiculitis brachial
Radiologically isolated syndrome
Rash
Rash erythematous
Rash pruritic
Rasmussen encephalitis
Raynaud’s phenomenon
Reactive capillary endothelial proliferation
Relapsing multiple sclerosis
Relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis
Renal amyloidosis
Renal arteritis
Renal artery thrombosis
Renal embolism
Renal failure
Renal vascular thrombosis
Renal vasculitis
Renal vein embolism
Renal vein thrombosis
Respiratory arrest
Respiratory disorder
Respiratory distress
Respiratory failure
Respiratory paralysis
Respiratory syncytial virus bronchiolitis
Respiratory syncytial virus bronchitis
Retinal artery embolism
Retinal artery occlusion
Retinal artery thrombosis
Retinal vascular thrombosis
Retinal vasculitis
Retinal vein occlusion
Retinal vein thrombosis
Retinol binding protein decreased
Retinopathy
Retrograde portal vein flow
Retroperitoneal fibrosis
Reversible airways obstruction
Reynold’s syndrome
Rheumatic brain disease
Rheumatic disorder
Rheumatoid arthritis
Rheumatoid factor increased
Rheumatoid factor positive
Rheumatoid factor quantitative increased
Rheumatoid lung
Rheumatoid neutrophilic dermatosis
Rheumatoid nodule
Rheumatoid nodule removal
Rheumatoid scleritis
Rheumatoid vasculitis
Saccadic eye movement
SAPHO syndrome
Sarcoidosis
SARS-CoV-1 test
SARS-CoV-1 test negative
SARS-CoV-1 test positive
SARS-CoV-2 antibody test
SARS-CoV-2 antibody test negative
SARS-CoV-2 antibody test positive
SARS-CoV-2 carrier
SARS-CoV-2 sepsis
SARS-CoV-2 test
SARSCoV-2 test false negative
SARS-CoV-2 test false positive
SARS-CoV-2 test negative
SARSCoV-2 test positive
SARS-CoV-2 viraemia
Satoyoshi syndrome
Schizencephaly
Scleritis
Sclerodactylia
Scleroderma
Scleroderma associated digital ulcer
Scleroderma renal crisis
Scleroderma-like reaction
Secondary amyloidosis
Secondary cerebellar degeneration
Secondary progressive multiple sclerosis
Segmented hyalinising vasculitis
Seizure
Seizure anoxic
Seizure cluster
Seizure like phenomena
Seizure prophylaxis
Sensation of foreign body
Septic embolus
Septic pulmonary embolism
Severe acute respiratory syndrome
Severe myoclonic epilepsy of infancy
Shock
Shock symptom
Shrinking lung syndrome
Shunt thrombosis
Silent thyroiditis
Simple partial seizures
Sjogren’s syndrome
Skin swelling
SLE arthritis
Smooth muscle antibody positive
Sneezing
Spinal artery embolism
Spinal artery thrombosis
Splenic artery thrombosis
Splenic embolism
Splenic thrombosis
Splenic vein thrombosis
Spondylitis
Spondyloarthropathy
Spontaneous heparin-induced thrombocytopenia syndrome
Status epilepticus
Stevens-Johnson syndrome
Stiff leg syndrome
Stiff person syndrome
Stillbirth
Still’s disease
Stoma site thrombosis
Stoma site vasculitis
Stress cardiomyopathy
Stridor
Subacute cutaneous lupus erythematosus
Subacute endocarditis
Subacute inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy
Subclavian artery embolism
Subclavian artery thrombosis
Subclavian vein thrombosis
Sudden unexplained death in epilepsy
Superior sagittal sinus thrombosis
Susac’s syndrome
Suspected COVID19 Swelling
Swelling face
Swelling of eyelid
Swollen tongue
Sympathetic ophthalmia
Systemic lupus erythematosus
Systemic lupus erythematosus disease activity index abnormal
Systemic lupus erythematosus disease activity index decreased
Systemic lupus erythematosus disease activity index increased
Systemic lupus erythematosus rash
Systemic scleroderma
Systemic sclerosis pulmonary
Tachycardia
Tachypnoea
Takayasu’s arteritis
Temporal lobe epilepsy
Terminal ileitis
Testicular autoimmunity
Throat tightness
Thromboangiitis obliterans
Thrombocytopenia
Thrombocytopenic purpura
Thrombophlebitis
Thrombophlebitis migrans
Thrombophlebitis neonatal
Thrombophlebitis septic
Thrombophlebitis superficial
Thromboplastin antibody positive
Thrombosis
Thrombosis corpora cavernosa
Thrombosis in device
Thrombosis mesenteric vessel
Thrombotic cerebral infarction
Thrombotic microangiopathy
Thrombotic stroke
Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura
Thyroid disorder
Thyroid stimulating immunoglobulin increased
Thyroiditis
Tongue amyloidosis
Tongue biting
Tongue oedema
Tonic clonic movements
Tonic convulsion
Tonic posturing
Topectomy
Total bile acids increased
Toxic epidermal necrolysis
Toxic leukoencephalopathy
Toxic oil syndrome
Tracheal obstruction
Tracheal oedema
Tracheobronchitis
Tracheobronchitis mycoplasmal
Tracheobronchitis viral
Transaminases abnormal
Transaminases increased
Transfusion-related alloimmune neutropenia
Transient epileptic amnesia
Transverse sinus thrombosis
Trigeminal nerve paresis
Trigeminal neuralgia
Trigeminal palsy
Truncus coeliacus thrombosis
Tuberous sclerosis complex
Tubulointerstitial nephritis and uveitis syndrome
Tumefactive multiple sclerosis
Tumour embolism
Tumour thrombosis
Type 1 diabetes mellitus
Type I hypersensitivity
Type III immune complex mediated reaction
Uhthoff’s phenomenon
Ulcerative keratitis
Ultrasound liver abnormal
Umbilical cord thrombosis
Uncinate fits
Undifferentiated connective tissue disease
Upper airway obstruction
Urine bilirubin increased
Urobilinogen urine decreased
Urobilinogen urine increased
Urticaria
Urticaria papular
Urticarial vasculitis
Uterine rupture
Uveitis
Vaccination site thrombosis
Vaccination site vasculitis
Vagus nerve paralysis
Varicella
Varicella keratitis
Varicella post vaccine
Varicella zoster gastritis
Varicella zoster oesophagitis
Varicella zoster pneumonia
Varicella zoster sepsis
Varicella zoster virus infection
Vasa praevia
Vascular graft thrombosis
Vascular pseudoaneurysm thrombosis
Vascular purpura
Vascular stent thrombosis
Vasculitic rash
Vasculitic ulcer
Vasculitis
Vasculitis gastrointestinal
Vasculitis necrotising
Vena cava embolism
Vena cava thrombosis
Venous intravasation
Venous recanalisation
Venous thrombosis
Venous thrombosis in pregnancy
Venous thrombosis limb
Venous thrombosis neonatal
Vertebral artery thrombosis
Vessel puncture site thrombosis
Visceral venous thrombosis
VIth nerve paralysis
VIth nerve paresis
Vitiligo
Vocal cord paralysis
Vocal cord paresis
Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada disease
Warm type haemolytic anaemia
Wheezing
White nipple sign
XIth nerve paralysis
X-ray hepatobiliary abnormal
Young’s syndrome
Zika virus associated Guillain Barre syndrome

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