Angina called inflammation of the tonsils, usually of bacterial etiology proceeds with high fever and toxic manifestations. Angina is dangerous because the development of complications and requires timely administration of antibiotics and of bed rest.
Antritis – an infection or inflammation of the sinus cavities above and below the eyes. Antritis – a very common disease that periodically occurs in millions of people around the world. Antritis is most often affects the frontal, maxillary, paranasal sinuses and ethmoid sinuses, wedge-shaped sinus. Air, pus or other secretions, such as sputum, collected in the sinuses, causing pressure on the sinus wall, irritation, inflammation and edema.
Laryngitis – an inflammation of the mucous membrane of the larynx and vocal cords. Inflammation and swelling of the vocal cords causes the voice is hoarse, or may temporarily disappear.
Middle ear – small space between the outer and inner ear – comprises three small bones (malleus, incus and stapes), which provide the ability to hear. When bacteria or viruses are introduced into the middle ear, the result is inflammation and fluid accumulation, which is a criterion of otitis media.
Pharyngitis – an inflammation of the mucous membranes and lymphoid tissues of the pharynx. There are acute and chronic pharyngitis. Strep throat is most often viral, and accompanies any SARS. Chronic pharyngitis may develop as a consequence of acute or chronic infections of the upper respiratory tract, and prolonged irritation of the mucous membrane of the pharynx chemical and mechanical agents.
Snoring – is a sharp sound that occurs during sleep due to vibration of the soft palate. This is a fairly common (mostly men) problem. Most people snore when they laid the airways (due to the common cold, allergic rhinitis, enlarged adenoids).
Chronic tonsillitis – a chronic inflammation of the tonsils. The disease occurs mainly in children and requires skilled treatment. In advanced cases of chronic tonsillitis is an indication for removal of the tonsils, – tonsillectomy.