basic overviewpathogens the majority of hemolytic streptococcus, followed by Haemophilus influenzae, Streptococcus pneumoniae, Staphylococcus aureus. Often acute onset, obviously sore throat accompanied by high fever (temperature up to 39 degrees Celsius) examination can be found in the enlarged tonsils, congestion, surface yellow purulent discharge. Sometimes accompanied by submandibular lymph node swelling, tenderness, no abnormal signs and lung examination.
Clinical manifestations: The incubation period is about 3-4 days, sore throat and began to side, following bilateral throat pain, swallowing pain got worse. Patients with systemic symptoms of malaise, chills, fever, pain in the limbs and so on. In addition, some patients may have ipsilateral earache, tinnitus and hearing loss phenomenon. Check the pharyngeal hyperemia, red and swollen tonsils, the surface of the purulent exudate, and can be connected into a film such as pseudo-membranous, but easy to wipe away without leaving a bleeding wound. Lymph nodes on both sides of the mandibular angle is often pain and swelling. May cause fever.
etiologyThe main pathogenic beta-hemolytic streptococcus, staphylococcus, pneumonia and meningitis. Adenovirus can also cause this disease. Bacteria and viruses, mixed infections are not uncommon. Bacteria may be the intrusion of the outside world may also be the Department of hidden bacteria within the tonsil crypts, when suddenly lower body resistance due to the cold, wet, excessive fatigue, physical weakness, excessive smoking and drinking, harmful gases to stimulate factor, the bacterial growth to strengthen due. Sometimes compared with the prodromal symptoms of acute infectious diseases such as measles and scarlet fever. Acute tonsillitis is often repeated acute exacerbation of chronic tonsil on the basis of.
symptoms 1, tonsil was swollen, general congestion and massive neutrophil infiltration, crypt filled with purulent exudate.
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