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Acute Catarrhal Tonsillitis


  • An 8-page color insert presents over 40 photos that visually demonstrate key assessment findings for ear, skin, and other conditions. NEW![books.google.com]
  • [0003] retrieved have not found the same formulation of the present invention. 发明内容: SUMMARY: [0004] 本发明采用的治疗方法为中草药汤剂治疗法。[encrypted.google.com]
  • Retrieved have not found the same formulation of the present invention. 发明内容: SUMMARY: 本发明采用的治疗方法为中草药汤剂治疗法。 The method of treatment of the present invention is employed in herbal therapy decoction.[google.st]
  • Obesity is usually considered to be present when a person is 20% above the recommended weight for his/her height and build.[books.google.com]
  • Tonsils are one of the tissues of lymphatic system(part of immune system of body) which act as an indicator to infection.Tonsils are two in number present at back of throat.[drthindhomeopathy.com]
Cervical Lymphadenopathy
  • Abrupt-onset headache, nausea and vomiting, and cervical lymphadenopathy are more commonly seen with streptococcal infections. Rhinorrhea, cough, and diarrhea are usually associated with viral infection.[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]
  • lymphadenopathy (m/c) mcq 2. multiple cranial nerve palsies - 3, 4, 6. 9,10,11. - ptosis dt III lesion & dt horners S . ptosis dilated pupil - dt occulomotor III lesion . ptosis miosis - dt sympathetic chain lesion w cause horner' s (ptosis miosis anhydrosis[quizlet.com]
  • lymphadenopathy and fever 38.3 C rectal [150] , [213] .[egms.de]
  • There are few apparent signs apart from hoarseness or loss of voice. The history may indicate overuse of the voice. 1.[gponline.com]
  • Buy Natures Green Golden Throat Clearing Tablets at RedMart.com, Used for sore throat, hoarse voice, chronic pharyngitis and laryngitis due to lung-heat.[elmemesser.eu]
  • Pronunciation Specialty Infectious disease Symptoms Sore throat , fever , runny nose, cough , headache, hoarse voice [1] [2] Complications Sinusitis , acute otitis media [2] Duration 3–5 days [2] Causes Usually viral infection [2] Diagnostic method Based[en.wikipedia.org]
  • For a pathological process characterized by: unpleasant smell from the mouth; loss of voice, scratchiness, hoarseness; compressing unilateral pain; increased body temperature; the formation of a purulent focus without defined boundaries.[medicalj-center.info]
  • Your sore throat might come with a raw burning sensation swollen glands laryngitis hoarseness and light to severe pain. Adenoid removal is most often a case in.[planning4adaptation.eu]
Tonsillar Hypertrophy
  • The immune status in situ of recurrent tonsillitis and idiopathic tonsillar hypertrophy. Bratisl Lek Listy. 2013;114(3):140-4. 199. Senska G, Schröder H, Pütter C, Dost P.[egms.de]
  • Synonym: malignant catarrh of cattle. (05 Mar 2000) malignant catarrhal fever virus A herpesvirus of wide distribution causing malignant catarrhal fever of cattle; sheep and wildebeests harbor inapparent infections and may transmit the virus to cattle[kmle.co.kr]
  • —The disease is ushered in by slight constitutional symptoms, such as chilly sensations followed by slight fever, with general arrest of the secretions.[henriettes-herb.com]
  • When to use antibiotics Antibiotics may be indicated in the case of a very inflamed throat in the presence of systemic upset, confirmed streptococcal infection, scarlet fever, patients with prior splenectomy and past history of rheumatic fever or post-streptococcal[gponline.com]
  • Rheumatic fever develops 2 to 3 weeks after streptococcal infections in about 3% of patients. If chronic tonsillitis occurs, the tonsils may be removed, but this operation is not as common as it was years ago. See: rheumatic fever[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]
  • Should pay attention to pharyngeal diphtheria, scarlet fever, epidemic hemorrhagic fever, ulcerative angina, mononucleosis, granulocytic leukemia and lymphoid leukemia phase identification.[healthfrom.com]
Infectious Mononucleosis
  • mononucleosis Agranulocytosis Leukaemia Aphthous Ulcers Malignancy tonsil Traumatic ulcer Chronic Tonsillitis (Aetiology): Chronic Tonsillitis (Aetiology) As a complication From sinuses & teeth Types: Types Chronic follicular tonsilitis Chronic parenchymatous[authorstream.com]
  • Adolescents should be assessed for infectious mononucleosis, as it is quite common among teenagers and young adults. Etiology Viruses are the most common cause of tonsillitis.[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]
  • Bacterial penetration into tonsillar surface epithelium during infectious mononucleosis. Journal of Laryngology and Otology, 114 (11), 848–852.[link.springer.com]
  • mononucleosis) DEF - acute self limiting disorder caused by EBV ** mcq INCIDENCE - adult TRANsMISSION - contact e infected saliva (kissing fever) CP - fever - enlarged tonsils - sore throat - hepatosplenomegaly - - covered e exudative false membrane[quizlet.com]
  • mononucleosis Diphtheria Scarlet fever Primary syphilitic lesion Herpangina Agranulocytosis Tonsil carcinoma Tuberculosis 8 Complications Peritonsillar abscess Retropharyngeal abscess Sepsis Rheumatic fever Endocarditis , myocarditis and pericarditis[flexikon.doccheck.com]
  • Symptoms Throat pain, esp. while swallowing, is the cardinal symptom of tonsillitis; fever and malaise are common. Abrupt-onset headache, nausea and vomiting, and cervical lymphadenopathy are more commonly seen with streptococcal infections.[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]
  • Sore throat, General malaise was stronger than in catarrhal angina. Often headache , sometimes chills. The temperature rises.[medicalency.com]
  • Symptoms of acute tonsillitis• Sore throat• Difficulty in swallowing - the child may refuse to eat anything• Fever - from 38 to 40 C, may be associated with chills and rigors• Earache• Constitutional symptoms include headache, malaise, abdominal pain[slideshare.net]
  • They are usually more marked than seen in simple pharyngitis and may include headache, general body aches, malaise and constipation. There may be abdominal pain due to mesenteric lymphadenitis simulating a clinical picture of acute appendicitis.[earnosethroatclinic.blogspot.com]
  • Angina: symptoms of acute inflammation of the tonsils If the patient complains of sore throat: sore throat, worse when swallowing; temperature rise, sometimes significant digits; cough; muscle pain, joint pain, headaches; weakness, malaise; swollen lymph[mymedinform.com]
High Fever
  • High fever can be given non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, which can also alleviate the pain to some extent, subsided inflammation.[healthfrom.com]
  • Sore throat in children In early childhood disease oftenproceeds with high fever, chills, cough, intoxication. In severe cases, inflammation goes down below, leading to swelling of the mucous membrane of the pharynx and larynx.[mymedinform.com]
  • PREDISPOSING FACTORS - chilling & exposure to draughts of air - bad environmental conditions - poor general resistance PATHOLOGY 3 stages - acute catarrhal tonsillitis - acute follicular t - acute parenchymal t C/p of acute bacterial tonsillitis 1. high[quizlet.com]
  • Identification of scarlet fever during typical intercourse is not difficult: acute onset, high fever, pellicle, with its characteristic appearance and location, typical lesion of pharynx with reaction of lymph nodes.[iliveok.com]
  • If the suppuration is secondary to, one of the other forms, the pus formation may engraft upon the preceding symptoms a distinct additional rigor, with high fever and profuse sweating. The swelling in the fauces becomes extreme.[operatingmicroscopes.com]
  • […] dt obstruction of ET 9. respiratory manifestations - irritant cough - laryngismus stridulus- (laryngeal spasms dt inc CO2 levels) 10. dec mental perfomance- long periods of absences f school** 11. xm of throat - egg white like behind soft palate on gagging[quizlet.com]
  • Such a muco purulent flow increases the tendency to gagging and nausea. This secretion is viscid, tenacious, and glairy.[operatingmicroscopes.com]
  • CLINICAL FEATURES recurrent attacks of sore throat chronic irritation in throat with cough halitosis dysphagia odynophagia thick speech 21.[slideshare.net]
  • Tonsillitis (Aetiology) As a complication From sinuses & teeth Types: Types Chronic follicular tonsilitis Chronic parenchymatous tonsillitis Chronic fibroid tonsillitis Clinical features: Clinical features Recurrent attacks Chronic irritation in throat Cough Halitosis[authorstream.com]
  • Clinical features Presenting features of pharyngitis or tonsillitis include a painful throat, difficult or painful swallowing, catarrh, otalgia and halitosis. Hoarseness, coughing and stridor are likely to indicate a laryngeal cause.[gponline.com]
  • […] fever 6. acute rheumatic fever 7. post strept. glomerulonephritis 3 above are systemic DEF pts e persistent sorethroat of at least 3 mo tonsillar inflm ETIOLOGY 1. penicillin - resistant GABHS 2. mixed bacterial infections SYMPTOMS 1. ch sore throat 2. halitosis[quizlet.com]
  • Runny Nose Sore Throat Cough Rash Tonsillolith Treatment it is normal especially for children for Runny Nose Sore Throat Cough Rash Tonsillolith Treatment tonsils and adenoids to become inflamed chronic daytime sleepiness) chronic sore throat and halitosis[planning4adaptation.eu]
Tonsillar Exudate
  • One point is given for each of the criteria: Absence of a cough Swollen and tender cervical lymph nodes Temperature 38.0 C (100.4 F) Tonsillar exudate or swelling Age less than 15 (a point is subtracted if age 44) The McIsaac criteria adds to the Centor[schools-wikipedia.org]
  • Based on 5 clinical criteria, it indicates the probability of a streptococcal infection. [17] One point is given for each of the criteria: [17] Absence of a cough Swollen and tender cervical lymph nodes Temperature more than 38.0 C (100.4 F) Tonsillar[en.wikipedia.org]
  • exudate, cervical lymphadenopathy and fever 38.3 C rectal [150] , [213] .[egms.de]
  • The characteristic appearance of the tonsillar exudate viz., a dullwhite color, semisoft consistence, punctiform masses emerging from the crypts, but not, as a rule, encroaching upon the intercryptic surface, the mucosa covering which presents only a[operatingmicroscopes.com]
Exudative Pharyngitis
  • pharyngitis Follicular tonsillitis Gangrenous pharyngitis Gangrenous pharyngitis Gangrenous tonsillitis Inflamed tonsils Lingular tonsillitis O/E - follicular tonsillitis Suppurative tonsillitis Tonsillitis Ulcer of pharynx Ulcer of tonsil Ulcerative[icdlist.com]
Retinal Damage
  • Retinal damage varies... ‎ Seite 127 - If the discharge is copious and continues for a much longer period, there could be heaviness in the epigastrium and pain.[books.google.com]
  • There is also capricious hunger, nausea and vomiting, fainting spells, desire for those things which have no relation to the malady; digestion is difficult and slow; vertigo, headache; slow motion and general lathargy, pain particularly in shoulderblades[books.google.com]
  • In this case, headaches, salivation, a lumpy sensation during swallowing, an increase in the amygdala on the side of the lesion, an unpleasant odor from the mouth are noted. Temperature, as a rule, is not increased.[en.medicine-worlds.com]
  • The characteristics are violent burning, headache, throat hot chill and aching in back and limbs ; abscesses form quickly. Hepar sulphur : Where there are lancinating pains Comments comments[ilovehomoeopathy.com]
  • Abrupt-onset headache, nausea and vomiting, and cervical lymphadenopathy are more commonly seen with streptococcal infections. Rhinorrhea, cough, and diarrhea are usually associated with viral infection.[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]
  • Cell memane alteration Aminoglycosides Penicillins Cephalosporins Vancomycin It is important not to confuse Bicillin CR and Bicillin LA.[elmemesser.eu]
  • This form of quinsy is easily confused with syphilitic chancre at early stage of diagnosis, during which, however, there is no specific evidence of it or massive regional adenopathy, or with quinsy of Simanovskiy - Plaut - Vincent, where, in contrast[iliveok.com]
  • In chronic cases, where the nose is very sore and greatly inflamed, the patient irritable, mind confused, with inability to think, this remedy is espepecially useful. LYCOPODIUM.[quod.lib.umich.edu]
  • […] divided into acute congestive tonsillitis and acute suppurative tonsillitis two Species: (A) systemic symptoms: acute onset, aversion to cold, high fever, up to 39 40 C, especially young children may be due to high fever and convulsions, vomiting or lethargy[healthfrom.com]
  • In children, symptoms of quinsy are usually present with pronounced effects of intoxication, accompanied by lethargy, vomiting, and sometimes convulsive syndrome. Disease is marked with increase in symptoms within first two days.[iliveok.com]


  • Cost-effective workup for tonsillitis testing, treatment, and potential complications. Postgraduate Medicine, 121 , 115–118. CrossRef Google Scholar Schwaab, M., Gurr, A., & Hansen, S. (2010).[link.springer.com]
Beta-Hemolytic Streptococcus Group A
  • Among common complications, developing more frequently after undergone strep throat caused by beta-hemolytic streptococcus group A, most severe are acute rheumatic fever, followed by rheumatic heart and joints disease and post-streptococcal glomerulonephritis[iliveok.com]


  • But treatment need not wait for a final diagnosis because initial treatment options, such as anti-inflammatory drugs and exercise, are similar for many forms of the disease. Treatment should... ‎[books.google.com]
  • However, in terms of cure rate, treatment, treatment costs and other difficult to achieve satisfactory results. [0003] 经检索未发现有与本发明相同的配方。 [0003] retrieved have not found the same formulation of the present invention.[encrypted.google.com]
  • 治疗效果: treatment effect: 疗效标准:一种治疗急性卡他性扁桃体炎的汤剂药物治疗急性卡他性扁桃体 Clinical criteria: a treatment for acute catarrhal tonsillitis A medicinal treatment of acute catarrhal tonsils 炎之疗效判断主要依据于急性卡他性扁桃体炎症状是否消失。[google.st]
  • More than any other discipline it is a mix of understanding the wide range of normal and abnormal development, of skilful diagnosis and treatment of treatable conditions, of long-term care for handicapped children, and of organizing and carrying out prevention[books.google.com]


  • Prognosis .—The prognosis is always favorable, the disease yielding in four or five days. Treatment .[henriettes-herb.com]
  • The PROGNOSIS in these cases is fair.[mcmillinmedia.com]
  • Prognosis of Tonsillitis Rarely there may be dehydration or kidney failure due to difficulty of swallowing, or difficult respiration due to blockage of airways in swelling.[drthindhomeopathy.com]
  • When stating diagnosis of pellets and determining prognosis, it is important to assess condition of bone marrow, detected during puncture of sternum.[iliveok.com]
  • A few cases have resulted fatally, but the prognosis is regularly good. Treatment.[operatingmicroscopes.com]


  • Etiology .—This form of tonsillitis is the result of exposure to cold, and occurs most frequently with the breaking up of winter, when sudden atmospheric changes are common. Bad hygienic conditions also favor the disease. Symptoms .[henriettes-herb.com]
  • Etiology Acute tonsillitis etiology Etiology The main pathogenic bacteria for the hemolytic streptococcus B, Staphylococcus aureus, pneumococcus, adenovirus can also cause the disease, bacterial and viral infection is not uncommon, the bacteria may be[healthfrom.com]
  • The viral etiology. Recently allocate adenovirus sore throat.[medicalency.com]
  • Etiology Viruses are the most common cause of tonsillitis. Beta-hemolytic streptococci infections may follow viral infections or occur as primary infections, esp. in school-aged children and immunocompromised adults (5% to 20% of cases).[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]
  • […] the tonsils Follicular angina: stipple on the tonsillar crypts Lacunar angina: redness and confluent fibrinous coating 2.4 ...According to degree of severity Simple tonsillitis Suppurative tonsillitis Necrotizing tonsillitis (Vincent's tonsillitis) 3 Etiology[flexikon.doccheck.com]


  • Epidemiology Acute pharyngitis is the most common cause of a sore throat and sore throat and cough is diagnosed in more than 1.9 million people a year in the United States.[schools-wikipedia.org]
  • Alternative [ edit ] Gargling salt water is often suggested but evidence looking at its usefulness is lacking. [3] Alternative medicines are promoted and used for the treatment of sore throats. [32] However, they are poorly supported by evidence. [32] Epidemiology[en.wikipedia.org]
  • Such patients are dangerous in epidemiological term. Insular form of diphtheria is characterized by the appearance of single or multiple islands of fibrinous pellicles of grayish- white color on surface of tonsils out of lacunae.[iliveok.com]
  • Changes and consistencies in the epidemiology of pediatric adenotonsillar surgery, 1996-2006. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2010 Nov;143(5):680-4. DOI: 10.1016/j.otohns.2010.06.918 23.[egms.de]
Sex distribution
Age distribution


  • More than any other discipline it is a mix of understanding the wide range of normal and abnormal development, of skilful diagnosis and treatment of treatable conditions, of long-term care for handicapped children, and of organizing and carrying out prevention[books.google.com]
  • Covering the full spectrum of health conditions seen in the primary care of children, Pediatric Primary Care, 5th Edition emphasizes both prevention and management from the unique perspective of the Nurse Practitioner.[books.google.com]
  • Prevention Prevention of acute tonsillitis Do a good job of environmental sanitation, indoor should be adequate light, air circulation; to maintain the appropriate temperature and humidity, acute tonsillitis patients should be isolated to avoid transmission[healthfrom.com]
  • How Can I Prevent Tonsillitis? Hand washing remains crucial in preventing the spread of viruses and bacteria that cause tonsillitis. Avoid prolonged contact with anyone who has strep throat and has not been taking antibiotics for at least 24 hours.[webmd.com]

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