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List of diagnoses from House (TV series)

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The following is a complete listing of every medical diagnosis made during series run of House. In episodes with multiple patients, or multiple diagnoses, each diagnosis is given a separate entry for sorting. (for example: season 2, episode 1 had two patients; patient #1 is listed as "1.1" and patient #2 is listed as "1.2", and their names are added for clarification.)

Season Episode # Diagnosis
1 1 Neurocysticercosis
1 2 Subacute sclerosing panencephalitis
1 3 Colchicine poisoning
1 4 Echovirus 11
1 5 Copper allergy
1 6.1 Vitamin K deficiency (Lucille)
1 6.2 Hepatocellular carcinoma (Lucille)
1 6.3 Wilson's disease (Lucille)
1 7 Human African trypanosomiasis
1 8 Phosdrin poisoning
1 9 Arteriovenous malformation
1 10 Tuberculoma and rabies
1 11 Naphthalene poisoning
1 12 Cadmium poisoning
1 13 Anthrax and leprosy
1 14 Congestive heart failure onset by bulimia and regular use of ipecac
1 15 Ornithine transcarbamylase deficiency
1 16 Cushing's disease
1 17 Toxoplasmosis and delayed-onset CVID secondary to phenytoin-mediated Epstein–Barr virus infection
1 18 LEMS secondary to Small cell lung carcinoma
1 19 Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura secondary to pregnancy
1 20 Fulminating osteomyelitis
1 21.1 Streptococcal infection (farmer)
1 21.2 Osteosarcoma (volleyball player)
1 21.3 Thigh muscle infarction (House)
1 21.4 Lead Paint Poisoning (Professor Riley)
1 22 Acute intermittent porphyria
2 1.1 Methanol poisoning and pheochromocytoma (Clarence)
2 1.2 Lung cancer (Cindy)
2 2 Thrombosis
2 3 Endocarditis secondary to psittacosis
2 4 Nesidioblastoma and tuberculosis
2 5 Cavernous angioma and radiation poisoning
2 6 Air embolism, pure red cell aplasia, thymoma, and myasthenia gravis
2 7 Echinococcosis
2 8 Behçet's disease, then hepatitis C and hepatocellular carcinoma from a liver transplant
2 9 Clostridium perfringens and Munchausen syndrome
2 10 Bipolar disorder and Cerebral malaria
2 11 Ritalin abuse and hepatocellular adenoma
2 12 Serotonin syndrome
2 13 Pseudohermaphroditism, (more specifically complete androgen insensitivity syndrome) and testicular cancer
2 14.1 Brucellosis (Henry)
2 14.2 Fitz-Hugh–Curtis syndrome secondary to gonorrhea (Laura)
2 15 Gold sodium thiomalate poisoning
2 16 Tick paralysis
2 17 Erdheim–Chester disease
2 18 Bubonic plague
2 19 Tuberous sclerosis and herpes encephalitis
2 20 Legionellosis (Part 1) and...
2 21 Primary amoebic meningoencephalitis secondary to infection by Naegleria fowleri (Part 2)
2 22 Pellagra, celiac disease and MALT lymphoma
2 23 Haemochromatosis and zygomycosis
2 24 Hallucinations (by House)
3 1.1 Addison's disease caused by hypothalamic dysregulation/Hypopituitarism from brain surgery (Richard)
3 1.2 Scurvy (Caren)
3 2 Chimerism
3 3 Congestive heart failure secondary to senile AA-type cardiac amyloidosis
3 4.1 Baylisascaris (Adam)
3 4.2 Coccidioidomycosis (Ali)
3 5 Hereditary angioedema
3 6 Anti-Hu associated encephalitis secondary to small cell lung carcinoma
3 7 MERRF syndrome
3 8 Chronic granulomatous disease
3 9 Erythropoietic protoporphyria
3 10 Langerhans cell histiocytosis
3 11 Spinal meningioma
3 12 Chlamydia and pregnancy due to rape
3 13 Undigested toothpick
3 14 Diphyllobothrium latum causing Vitamin B12 deficiency
3 15 Takayasu's arteritis
3 16 Hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia
3 17.1 Maternal mirror syndrome (Emma)
3 17.2 Congenital cystic adenomatoid malformation (Emma's baby)
3 18.1 Decompression sickness (Peng),
3 18.2 Methyl bromide poisoning (Fran)
3 18.3 Conversion disorder (Other passengers)
3 19 Precocious puberty due to externally applied testosterone
3 20 Staphylococcus aureus infection
3 21 Histoplasmosis
3 22.1 Bacterial infection due to suicide attempt (Addie)
3 22.2 Clinical depression (Wilson)
3 23 Haemochromatosis
3 24 Congenital heart defect (infected third coronary artery ostium primum)
4 1 Allergic reaction to cephalosporins (in misidentified patient)
4 2 Von Hippel–Lindau disease
4 3 Strongyloidiasis
4 4 Ergotism
4 5 Eperythrozoon infection (from exposure to pig feces)
4 6.1 Selenosis (John)
4 6.2 Heat stroke, followed deliberate in-hospital Thallium poisoning to mimic Polio (Casey)
4 7 Lyme disease
4 8 Autoimmune hemolytic anemia in systemic lupus erythematosus
4 9 Measles
4 10 Breast cancer (in displaced breast tissue)
4 11 Fat embolism from unrepaired broken toe
4 12 Nephroptosis
4 13 Chagas disease
4 14 Hypersensitivity vasculitis due to Quinine allergy
4 15 Air embolism from dental work
4 16 Amantadine poisoning due to kidney trauma
5 1 Diffuse lepromatous leprosy
5 2 Transplanted cancer stem cells
5 3 Food bolus bezoar complicated by pharmaceutical drug use
5 4 Metal pins in brain (from attempted infanticide) displaced by a magnet
5 5 Candidiasis secondary to Sjögren's syndrome
5 6.1 Familial Mediterranean fever (Jerry and Samantha)
5 6.2 Pulmonary hypoplasia (Joy)
5 7 Lead poisoning from shards of a bullet
5 8.1 Acute promyelocytic leukemia and arsenic poisoning (Sophia)
5 8.2 Iron poisoning (Jona)
5 9 Melioidosis
5 10.1 Hereditary coproporphyria (Emmy)
5 10.2 Malingering (Deedee)
5 11 Post-partum Eclampsia
5 12 Epilepsy
5 13 Patent ductus arteriosus
5 14 Ectopic endometriosis
5 15 Wiskott–Aldrich syndrome
5 16 Kidney dysfunction secondary to dehydration and Contrast-induced nephropathy
5 17 Autoimmunity secondary to Doege-Potter syndrome
5 18 Appendiceal Carcinoid
5 19 Locked-in syndrome secondary to Leptospirosis
5 20.1 Visceral leishmaniasis (Charlotte)
5 20.2 Blastomycosis (Eddie)
5 21 Sporotrichosis
5 22 Sarcoidosis
5 23.1 Gonorrhea (Penelope)
5 23.2 Vicodin addiction (House)
5 24.1 Propylene glycol toxicity (Scott)
5 24.2 Pancreatic tumor (Eugene Schwartz)
5 24.3 Psychosis (House)
6 1 (no patient)
6 2 (no patient)
6 3 Fabry disease
6 4.1 Blastomycosis (Dibala)
6 4.2 Phantom Limb (Murphy)
6 5 Primary Antiphospholipid syndrome
6 6 Intracranial berry aneurysm of the brain stem
6 7 Vibrio vulnificus and haemochromatosis
6 8 Crohn's disease
6 9 Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura and multiple accessory spleens
6 10 Acute lymphoblastic leukemia
6 11 Hughes–Stovin syndrome
6 12 Psychopathy secondary to Wilson's disease
6 13 Paraneoplastic syndrome secondary to melanoma
6 14 (no patient)
6 15 Whipple's disease
6 16 Cerebellar schistosomiasis delayed hypersensitivity allergy
6 17 (no patient)
6 18 Hemlock poisoning and Anabolic steroid abuse
6 19 Henoch–Schönlein purpura
6 20 Arnold–Chiari malformation
6 21 Allergic reaction to tattoo ink.
6 22.1 Fat embolism due to amputation (Hannah)
6 22.2 Arachnoid cyst on lower spine (Jay)
7 1 Toad egg toxicity
7 2 Sickle cell trait
7 3 Trauma-related syringomyelia
7 4 Schizophrenia and side effects of risperidone
7 5.1 Pulmonary embolism secondary to lung cancer and melanoma (Abbey)
7 5.2 Hereditary melanoma (Abbey's baby)
7 6 Hepatitis C
7 7 Rickettsialpox
7 8.1 Marburg multiple sclerosis (Ramon)
7 8.2 Malnutrition (Ramon)
7 8.3 Rhodococcus (Ramon)
7 9 Chickenpox
7 10 Variegate porphyria
7 11 Cobalt poisoning secondary to metallosis
7 12 McLeod syndrome causing obsessive–compulsive disorder
7 13 Food lodged in the lung
7 14 Cryopyrin-associated periodic syndrome
7 15.1 Staphylococcus from an abscess (Ryan)
7 15.2 Benign tumor in the kidney and antibiotic allergy (Cuddy)
7 16 Bartonellosis
7 17 Refsum disease
7 18.1 Ehlers–Danlos syndrome leading to compulsive hoarding and Q fever (Nina)
7 18.2 Q fever (Brian)
7 19 Lymphosarcoma
7 20 Teratoma
7 21.1 Spanish fly (cantherides) poisoning (Wendy)
7 21.2 Glomus tumor (Terry)
7 22 Entamoeba
7 23 Granulomatosis with polyangiitis (referred to by its former name "Wegener's granulomatosis" in the episode)
8 1 Mastocytosis
8 2 Eosinophilic pneumonitis
8 3 Plummer's disease
8 4 Hyperviscosity syndrome secondary to rheumatoid arthritis
8 5 Kawasaki's syndrome
8 6 Syphilis and Jarisch-Herxheimer reaction
8 7.1 Choriocarcinoma and dissociative identity disorder (Iris)
8 7.2 Alport syndrome (Boy)
8 8 Diphtheria
8 9 Reye's syndrome
8 10 Ascariasis
8 11.1 Tumor lysis syndrome and steroid-induced psychosis (Bill)
8 11.2 Stab wound to the left ventricle and clot blocking blood flow to the radicular artery (Chase)
8 12 Giant-cell arteritis
8 13 Silent thyroiditis secondary to polyglandular autoimmune syndrome type III
8 14 Mucormycosis
8 15 Typhus
8 16 Miller Fisher syndrome
8 17 Primary amoebic meningoencephalitis
8 18 Patent ductus arteriosus
8 19 Atrial myxoma
8 20 Hypothyroidism secondary to repeated triclosan and caffeine exposure
8 21 Persistent stapedial artery
8 22 Autoimmune response to an inhaled piece of plant matter

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