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Acute pharyngitis

Acute pharyngitis is an acute inflammation of the mucous membrane of all parts of the pharynx. This disease is more often associated with respiratory infections of viral and microbial etiology (influenza, adenovirus, coccal, etc.). The patient complains of soreness or pain in the throat, perspiration, dryness, hoarseness of the voice, and upon examination, there is hyperemia of the mucous membrane of all parts of the pharynx, the accumulation of viscous mucus on the back wall, sometimes hemorrhagic in nature. Common symptoms - weakness, fever, discomfort due to the underlying disease. For the treatment of acute pharyngitis, oil-balsamic drops in the nose are recommended, a mixture of equal amounts of sea buckthorn, petrolatum and menthol oil 3-5 times a day, warm alkaline inhalations, lubrication of the pharyngeal mucosa with Mandel's solution (Lugol's solution on glycerin), inside analgesics, aspirin.
The patient's performance may be limited for a short period. The forecast is favorable.

Of the other forms of acute pharyngitis, it is necessary to mention granulosa (inflammation of the granules on the posterior pharyngeal wall) and lateral pharyngitis (inflammation of the lateral ridges behind the posterior palatine arches, which can be sharply enlarged and even covered with fibrinous plaque). It must be remembered that the differential diagnosis of acute pharyngitis is quite complicated, because with the same symptoms, and not in the form of a sore throat, for example, diphtheria, scarlet fever, measles, rubella and other infectious diseases can occur. In connection with the increase in the incidence of diphtheria, it is recommended that a smear be taken from the throat on karynobacteria in case of acute pharyngitis, and the patient is hospitalized if necessary in an infectious diseases hospital.
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Acute pharyngitis

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