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Chronic catarrhal laryngitis

In most cases, the disease is a result of often recurring acute inflammation of the mucous membrane of the larynx after hypothermia. For persons whose profession is connected with the load on the vocal apparatus (singers, readers, lecturers, etc.), the main etiological role may be played by its prolonged overstrain. Occupational factors such as dustiness, gas pollution, indoor pollution, etc. also matter.

K l and N and c e to and I to and r t and N and. A constant sign is the disorder of the vocal function of the larynx, manifested by rapid voice fatigue and varying degrees of hoarseness. Patients complain of dryness, constant foreign body sensation in the larynx, which causes coughing or constant coughing.

Laryngoscopy is determined by congestive hyperemia of the mucous membrane of the larynx, more pronounced in the region of both vocal folds; Often, on this background, dilated blood vessels are visible, the mucous membrane may be too moist or dry, slightly swollen, in some places mucus accumulates on the larynx.

D and gonosti is based on anamnesis, complaints, laryngoscopic picture and clinical examination. An examination of the lungs, cardiovascular system, etc.

Treatment: elimination of the etiological factor, patient compliance with a benign voice regimen, use of local therapy in the form of an infusion into the larynx of a solution of antibiotics with a suspension of hydrocortisone (4 ml of isotonic sodium chloride solution + 150 U ED Penicillin + 250 E U Streptomycin + 25 mg hydrocortisone in emulsion).
This composition is poured into the larynx 1.5-2 ml once or twice a day. The same composition is used for daily inhalation. The course of treatment lasts 10 days. With this treatment, the amount of antibiotics and hydrocortisone entering the body is extremely small, but their concentration on the mucous membrane surface is sufficient to provide an antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory effect. In this composition, you can change antibiotics: eliminate hydrocortisone, and add himopsin (25 mg) in order to liquefy mucus. In this case, you always need to find out the portability of all drugs that make up. Effective is phonoelectrophoresis with augmentine and prednisone according to Kryukov-Podmazov.

After such a course of treatment, if necessary, inhalation can be carried out with a 2% citral oil solution and 1-2 inhalations daily for 10 days. The use of only oil and alkaline oil inhalations should be limited, since these drugs have a negative effect on the ciliated epithelium, inhibiting and completely terminating its function, and alkali, in addition, has a depressing effect on the function of mucous and goblet glands embedded in the mucosa of the upper respiratory tract.

A major role in the fight against chronic catarrhal laryngitis should be given to climatotherapy, since favorable climatic conditions help to eliminate the catarrhal process.

Prosgolat favorable with adequate therapy; otherwise, a transition to a hyperplastic or atrophic form is possible.
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Chronic catarrhal laryngitis

  1. Acute catarrhal laryngitis
    Acute inflammation of the larynx mucosa (laryngitis satarrhalis acuta) is often observed as an independent disease. Often it is a continuation of catarrhal inflammation of the mucous membrane of the nose, throat with a cold or acute catarrh of the upper respiratory tract, acute respiratory viral infection, flu; it may occur after voice overloads, inhalation of irritating
  2. Chronic hyperplastic laryngitis
    Chronic hyperplastic laryngitis is characterized by various types of hyperplasia of the mucous membrane of the larynx; prevalence distinguish limited and diffuse forms of the disease. This and about l about g and I. It usually occurs after frequent acute processes, the disease is facilitated by hypothermia and overheating of the body, voice overload, smoking, alcohol, etc. K l and n and c e to and I
  3. Chronic catarrhal endometritis (endometritis catarrhalis chronica)
    Chronic catarrhal endometritis refers to chronic inflammation of the mucous membrane of the uterus, characterized by a constant release of catarrhal exudate from the uterus. Etiology. Chronic catarrhal endometritis usually develops from acute endometritis, if the causes that caused it were not promptly resolved. In cows, chronic endometritis is most often the result of acute
  4. Chronic atrophic laryngitis
    Most often, atrophic laryngitis is etiologically and pathogenetically associated with atrophy of the mucous membrane of the nose and pharynx: in some cases it develops after suffering diphtheria or scarlet fever. Conditions of dustiness and gas pollution of the environment contribute to the development of atrophy of the mucous membrane of the larynx as well as smoking and alcohol abuse. K l and N and c e to and I to and r t and N and.
  5. Chronic catarrhal-purulent endometritis (endometritis catarrhalis et purulenta chronica)
    Chronic catarrhal-purulent endometritis is called long-term inflammation of the uterine mucosa, accompanied by the release of mucopurulent exudate. Etiology. Chronic catarrhal-purulent endometritis usually develops from acute endometritis or arises from chronic catarrhal endometritis with the introduction of pyogenic microbes. Chronic
  6. Chronic professional laryngitis
    For chronic occupational laryngitis is characterized by a decrease in muscle tone of the larynx. In the study there is an expansion of blood vessels along the edge of the vocal folds. The folds are pink, their free edge is somewhat thickened, even, with phonation, they close almost completely. With more severe forms of professional laryngitis, hoarseness becomes constant, the voice hoarse, deprived
  7. Chronic laryngitis. Y37.0
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  8. Chronic laryngitis and laryngotracheitis. Y37
    {foto169} Treatment outcome: Clinical criteria for improving the patient's condition: 1. Normalization of temperature. 2. Normalization of laboratory parameters. 3. Improving the clinical symptoms of the disease (pain, cough, difficulty
  9. Laryngitis
    The clinical picture of acute laryngitis Laryngitis is acute (inflammation of the larynx) occurs more often in acute catarrh of the upper respiratory tract, influenza and other infectious diseases, as well as as a result of voice overstrain. Depending on the degree of inflammation - change in voice from mild hoarseness to losing it, coughing, dryness, soreness in the throat. Sometimes a slight fever, headache
  10. Laryngitis
    Physical blocking Laryngitis is an inflammation of the larynx, the organ with which we make sounds. Laryngitis is characterized by hoarseness, coughing and sometimes difficulty breathing. (If we are talking about the defeat of the larynx with diphtheria, see the article CROUP). Emotional blocking Partial or complete loss of voice indicates that a person does not allow himself to speak, because he is afraid of something. He wants
  11. Acute laryngitis
    Acute laryngitis is inflammation of the mucous membrane of the larynx, which, as a rule, is affected for the second time in acute respiratory infections, less often is an independent disease, while there is always inflammation of the tracheal mucosa and it is more correct to call this disease laryngotracheitis, especially since from our point of view this disease begins it is from the inflammation of the trachea, and then the larynx. At the first place
  12. Exudative-catarrhal diathesis
    Exudative-catarrhal diathesis is the ability of the hereditary congenital and acquired properties of the body to respond with an increased response of the skin and mucous membranes to individual external stimuli. Exudative-catarrhal diathesis is caused by genetic factors (genetic burden - in 70-80% of children), age characteristics of the enzyme system of the digestive tract and
  13. Exudative-catarrhal diathesis
    -sm skin lesions: gneiss, seborrhea, milk crust, diaper rash, eczema dry and weeping, neurodermatitis, pruritus -sm mucosal lesions: "geographic tongue", conjunctivitis, blepharitis, rhinitis, pharyngitis, laryngitis, bronchitis, vulvovaginitis , intestinal dysfunction —s-m functional changes in the nervous system — hyperplastic sm: an increase in peripheral lymph nodes — criteria
  14. Інфекційна катаральна garyachka sheep
    Infektsiina cataralah (febris catarrhalis), a bazaar, a bazaar The link with characteristic urazhennyam of the language of the branch was called “blue tongue” or “black mouth”.
  15. CHRONIC CATARAL LARINGIT
    With catarrhal laryngitis, on the first plane there is a sign of rosace of the bloodstream and blood flow, which is a common epithelium, which can be metaplazed from a cylindrical to a flat, rosy-lipped, worn out a little bit. In pіdepіtelіalnomu sharі v_dnaznachas circle-loklіtіnna інфілтрація. The main symptom characteristic of all forms of chronical laryngitis is є hoarseness. Virazhenіst її іза ід - від
  16. Laryngitis with stenosis
    Laryngitis with stenosis (false croup) develops, usually with ARVI in children of preschool age, rarely in adults. Associated with edema of the respiratory tract and spasm. Often begins at night. At first, the voice becomes rough and hoarse, a barking cough appears. Then the difficulty of breathing arises, it becomes noisy, the patient with the effort draws in air, the intercostal contraction is noted
  17. respiratory diseases: laryngitis, bronchitis.
    Acute laryngitis in children is also called false croup. It is an inflammation of the larynx. The frequency of the disease increases in winter and spring. In most cases, the causative agents of acute laryngitis are respiratory viruses. Acute laryngitis can develop as a complication of some infectious diseases: pediatric measles, scarlet fever. Bad conditions contribute to the disease
  18. respiratory diseases: laryngitis, bronchitis.
    Acute laryngitis in children is also called false croup. It is an inflammation of the larynx. The frequency of the disease increases in winter and spring. In most cases, the causative agents of acute laryngitis are respiratory viruses. Acute laryngitis can develop as a complication of some infectious diseases: pediatric measles, scarlet fever. Bad conditions contribute to the disease
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