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differential diagnosis of pharyngeal diphtheria (infectious mononucleosis, tonsillitis)

For angina, the following differences are characteristic: acute onset (with chills, aches in the body and joints) of the disease, intoxication (severe general weakness, headache, agitation), as well as the purulent nature of tonsillitis.

2. Infectious mononucleosis is characterized by the following differences: polyadenitis, hepatolienal syndrome, membranous with crumbling, rather than a dense coating on tonsils tonsils, lymphomonocytosis with the presence of atypical mononuclear cells, plasma cells in the peripheral blood, as well as a positive HD / PBB reaction and Goff test -Buera.
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differential diagnosis of pharyngeal diphtheria (infectious mononucleosis, tonsillitis)

  1. Differential diagnosis of angina Comparative signs of various forms of angina

  2. differential diagnosis of angina
    Differential diagnosis of angina should be carried out with diseases that occur with tonsillitis syndrome: a) localized forms of diphtheria (islet and membranous) - differ from angina by the gradual onset of the disease, specific manifestations of general intoxication in the form of pale skin, moderate adynamia and lethargy ( chills, body aches, muscle and joint pains, characteristic
  3. Infectious mononucleosis
    Infectious mononucleosis (synonyms: Filatov’s disease, glandular fever, monocytic tonsillitis, Pfeiffer’s disease, etc.; infectious mononucleosis - Eng .; infectiose Mononukleos - German) - Epstein-Barr virus disease, characterized by fever, generalized lymphadenopathy, tone, liver and spleen, characteristic changes in the hemogram, in some cases may
  4. Infectious mononucleosis
    Infectious mononucleosis is an acute viral disease characterized by fever, damage to the pharynx, lymph nodes, liver and spleen, and changes in the hemogram. Etiology. The disease is caused by the Epstein-Barr virus. The virus in its morphological structure does not differ from the herpes simplex virus. The disease is found in developing countries. Infection occurs already in
  5. Epstein — Barra Viral Infection (Infectious Mononucleosis)
    Infectious mononucleosis is an acute infectious disease caused by the Epstein-Barr virus from the herpetiform group, characterized by fever, tonsillitis, swollen lymph nodes, liver and spleen, the appearance of atypical mononuclear cells in peripheral blood and heterophilic antibodies. Etiology. The virus in its morphological structure does not differ from the simple virus
  6. Infectious mononucleosis (Pfeiffer fever)
    Cause The source of infection is a sick person, but the transmission of infection by airborne droplets occurs only in the event of close contact. Symptoms A sudden increase in body temperature, pain when swallowing, difficulty in nasal breathing, swollen lymph nodes, redness of the pharynx, loose and swollen mucous membranes, skin rashes are possible in some parts of the body, sometimes
  7. INFECTIONS Caused by Epstein-Barra Virus, Including Infectious Mononucleosis
    Robert T. Schooley Definition. Epstein-Barra virus is a human B-lymphotropic virus belonging to the group of herpes viruses. Distributed everywhere. With primary infection in children, the disease proceeds subclinically. 25-70% of adolescents and adults who are primarily infected with the virus develop a clinical syndrome of infectious mononucleosis,
  8. diphtheria in adults (clinic, diagnosis, treatment)
    Diphtheria is an acute infectious disease caused by toxigenic strains of corynebacterium diphtheria, transmitted by airborne droplets, characterized by local fibrinous inflammation, mainly mucous membranes of the oral and nasopharynx, as well as symptoms of general intoxication and damage to internal organs. Etiology: Corynebacterium diphtheriae. The main pathogenicity factor is
  9. Klyucharyov A.A. et al. Diagnosis and differential diagnosis of liver diseases in children (Manual for Practitioners), 2001

  10. INFECTIOUS DISEASES OF CHILDREN. MEASLES. PAROTITIS. CHICKENPOX. DIPHTHERIA. Meningococcal infection. SCARLET FEVER
    INFECTIOUS DISEASES OF CHILDREN. MEASLES. PAROTITIS. CHICKENPOX. DIPHTHERIA. Meningococcal infection.
  11. Differential diagnosis
    An attack of bronchial asthma is differentiated with other conditions, which are characterized by acute respiratory failure (see table. 7.1). When examining a patient in the interictal period, chronic lung diseases are excluded. A. Differential diagnosis of an attack of bronchial asthma 1. Infectious diseases of the respiratory tract. Sudden dyspnea and wheezing heard from a distance can
  12. Differential diagnosis
    The differential diagnosis of juvenile is considered in the table. 4. Table 4. Differential diagnosis of Jurassic INDICATIONS FOR CONSULTING OTHER SPECIALISTS Optometrist: all patients with joint damage, decreased visual acuity. Endocrinologist: Cushing's syndrome, impaired growth. Otolaryngologist: foci of chronic infection in the nasopharynx. Dentist, orthodontist: caries, violation
  13. Differential diagnosis of acute respiratory diseases
    Influenza, parainfluenza, adenoviral and rhinovirus diseases have many common features that impede their differentiation [Ivanova VV, 2002; 2003; Drinevsky V.P., 2001, 2004; Romantsov M.G., 2004]. Parainfluenza is differentiated from influenza, which is characterized by an acute onset with symptoms of toxicosis, the addition of a catarrhal syndrome, the phenomenon of tracheitis. With the development of laryngeal stenosis, it is necessary
  14. Differential diagnosis
    The pronounced polymorphism of clinical symptoms, the absence of specific signs of the disease in publicly available studies (ECG, radiography, laboratory parameters) determine the complexity of the diagnosis of pulmonary embolism and the need for differential diagnosis with many diseases. Diseases with which you have to differentiate pulmonary embolism: • MI, unstable angina pectoris; •
  15. Differential diagnosis
    In cases of suspected renovascular hypertension, a standard differential diagnosis is performed between hypertension and secondary forms of hypertension of various genesis, and if signs characteristic of renovascular hypertension are detected, the goal of differential diagnosis is to establish the immediate cause of the pathological process, i.e., to establish the etiological form of renovascular hypertension. In most cases, for
  16. Differential diagnosis
    When making a diagnosis of HCM, it is necessary to exclude other possible causes of left ventricular hypertrophy, primarily the "athlete’s heart", acquired and congenital malformations, DCMP, and with a tendency to increase blood pressure - essential arterial hypertension. Differential diagnosis with heart defects accompanied by systolic murmur is especially important in cases of obstructive
  17. DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSTICS
    Possible causes of abnormal uterine bleeding include various pathologies of the reproductive system, as well as extragenital diseases. Differential diagnosis of DMK is based on the exclusion of organic causes (diseases of the reproductive tract, systemic diseases) and iatrogenic
  18. Differential diagnosis
    With a characteristic clinical and radiological picture, the question of differential diagnosis arises in the absence of the expected response to treatment and the torpid course. In these cases, tuberculosis, the “old” foreign body of the bronchus, allergic alveolitis, pulmonary hemosiderosis, as well as a chronic disease (cystic fibrosis, malformation of the bronchus and
  19. Differential diagnosis
    In acute short-term (up to 2 weeks) hyperthermia, acute infectious diseases should be excluded. It is desirable to carry out a diagnostic search together with an infectious disease specialist. Viral infections, rickettsioses are excluded. Prolonged fever may be a symptom of brucellosis, infectious mononucleosis, cytomegalovirus and coxsaki virus infection, hepatitis A and B, Q fever, psittacosis,
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