Angina swelling of the larynx

manifestations Clinical angina, where the indicatedThe problem is quite common. The most common disease is acute with sore throat, fever (often> 38.3 ° C), exudate of tonsils (pus on tonsils), and tender cervical swelling (lymphadenopathy glands). Patients may also have a headache with pain, general malaise and anorexia.

Additional physical examination resultsso can they show petechiae in the soft palate and swelling, red tongue. Many patients suffer the disease gently without complications. Nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain can be prominent in children. Interesting is the presence of cough, runny nose, hoarseness, diarrhea, and conjunctivitis. Scarlet fever is caused by certain strains of these. angina patients have a diffuse character with erythematous appearance of the rash. The rash is most noticeable on the chest and neck, and in the folds of the skin and usually relieves the palms, face and feet. Washing the cheeks and pale mouth around is common, and the tongue becomes swollen, red and mottled ("Strawberry tongue"). Both the tongue and the skin can change during recovery.

As, the sore throat rule spontaneously passes and the condition with improves and symptoms within 2-5 days, even with treatment absent.

Two classes there are complications: purulent and not purulent.

Purulent complications include angina following infection:

zagrhotochnaya infection, including abscess;

Streptococcal Acute (angina pharyngitis).

Inflammation of the oropharynx from the petechiae, small orred spots on the soft sky. Studies Some have shown that the treatment of sore throat swelling can be reduced by antibiotics, but in some, the assimilation of antibiotic patients left much to be desired, due to the use of which the antibiotic was stopped, switching to more simple methods of treatment.

The use of antibiotics may be better protectedin those cases that do not initially respond to treatment with natural measures. Due to the risk of increased development of side effects and the possibility of resistant antibiotic emergence of microorganisms: metronidazole, tinidazole, benzimidazole or - these antibiotics can best be reserved for cases in which antibiotics without treatment are not ineffective. In particular, metronidazole was associated with relapses and reaches 90%, and the prevalence of symptoms of the clinical antibiotic metronidazole creates resistance and reaches 20%.

© Author: therapist Elena Dmitrenko