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Prevalence and prognostic implications of disphagia in elderly patients with pneumonia.
A 65 year old man with a one month history of pain in the right temporal region and fever (38[degrees]C), presented with weakness, disphagia and high blood pressure (200/95).
The clinical symptomatology seen included: body conditions loss, progressive emaciation, dyspnea and noisy breathing, rise of the external volume in oropharynx level, relative disphagia, salivation and halitosis; and intermittent hematuria or microhematuria.