What do you know about ANGINA?


(acute tonsillitis) - an infectious disease, inflammation of the glands in the oral cavity. There are several types: - Catarrhal angina (inflammation of the superficial area of ​​the tonsils); - Follicular angina (swelling and redness of the tonsils, with round yellowish foci); - Lacunar angina (severe type of follicular angina); - Phlegmonous angina (rare, inflammation of a gland); - Ulcerative angina (formation of sores, covered with gray matter).
- Airborne transmission of the virus; - Consumption of products contaminated with streptococcus; - Staying in a strong cold; - Proliferation of microbes.
- Enlargement of the glands; - Coverage of the tonsils; - Increased sore throat; - Enlargement of lymph nodes; - General weakness; - Pain in the joints; - Pain and salivation in the ear in children.
General examination and palpation of lymph nodes by an ENT physician.
- Taking drugs (antibiotics); - Rinse the throat with tinctures, furacillin, baking soda; - Alcohol compress to the area under the jaw.
- Chronic tonsillitis; - Glomerulonephritis; - Meningitis; - Rheumatism; - Blood damage.
- Rinse throat with warm water (sometimes with furacillin, rivanol solutions); - Limit cold drinks; - Do not eat ice cream; - Do not stay in the cold; - Massage the lymph nodes in the neck and under the jaw (after drinking a cold drink or before going out into the cold).
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Temperature rise?
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The person becomes sluggish and loses his taste
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My joints and muscles ache.
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Refusal to eat
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Salivation from the mouth
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Mixing of teeth
The worst complications of angina
? My people are rotting
? Infectious disease spreads to the cranial cavity and develops inflammation of the cerebral cortex (meningitis).
? There is sepsis (Blood poisoning)
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? Chronic tansillitis
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? Glomerulanephritis
? Myocardial infarction occurs

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