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A hiccup is an involuntary contraction (myoclonic jerk) of the ... lesions of the medulla that involve the area slightly ventral and lateral to nucleus and tractus solitarius cause hiccups.

Hiccups: Click for Causes, Home Remedies and Treatment

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Nov 19, 2015 ... Information about hiccups causes like eating too fast, drinking to much, ... Many conditions can cause this irritation and result in hiccups, ...

Hiccups Causes - Mayo Clinic

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The most common cause of long-term hiccups is damage to or irritation of the vagus nerves or phrenic nerves, which serve the diaphragm muscle.Factors that  ...

Hiccups: Causes, Risk Factors & Treatments - Healthline

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Sep 26, 2015 ... The diaphragm contracting out of rhythm causes hiccups. Each spasm of the diaphragm makes the larynx and vocal cords close suddenly.

Hiccups: Causes and Treatments - Medical News Today

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Dec 23, 2015 ... Some causes of hiccups can be avoided, such as alcohol and eating too quickly. Most cases of ... Hot food has irritated the phrenic nerve.

Hiccups: Practice Essentials, Background, Pathophysiology

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Dec 9, 2015 ... Brief episodes of hiccups, which often induce annoyance in patients and ... pathologic process, and efforts must be made to identify causes and ...

Hiccups-Topic Overview - WebMD

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Jun 4, 2014 ... There are many known causes of persistent or intractable hiccups, including: ... Irritation of the nerves in the head, neck, and chest (vagus or ...

Hiccup: Mystery, Nature and Treatment

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Apr 9, 2012 ... The central causes of hiccup include stroke, space occupying ... with intractable hiccups are likely to have structural or functional irritation ...

Hiccups as a myocardial ischemia symptom. - NCBI

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A hiccup is involuntary, paroxysmal inspiratory movements of the chest wall ... The vagus nerve irritation with subsequent hiccups may be caused by chest ...

What causes hiccups? - Scientific American

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Nov 28, 2007 ... Irritation of the phrenic nerve (the nerve to the diaphragm) or the diaphragm is often cited as a cause of hiccups, but this is only speculation ...

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Nov 19, 2015 ... What causes hiccups? ... How is the cause of hiccups diagnosed? ... or masses can cause irritation of the diaphragm, which can cause hiccups.

What Causes Hiccups? - KidsHealth

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But sometimes the diaphragm becomes irritated. When this happens, it pulls down in a jerky way, which makes you suck air into your throat suddenly. When the ...

What Are the Leading Causes of Hiccups? - Mercola

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Jan 9, 2016 ... As for causes, hiccups are sometimes triggered by external factors, like ... Long- term hiccups are most often the result of irritation to the vagus or ...