Tonsillitis. Symptoms

Definition of Tonsillitis
Tonsillitis is defined as the inflammatory process of the two fleshy masses placed on the back of the mouth (pharynx) than for its almond shape is called tonsils.

Symptoms of tonsillitis
In connection with the course of inflammation distinguishes acute and chronic tonsillitis.

Symptoms of acute tonsillitis
* Live more or less pain and sensation of constriction in the throat when swallowing saliva it even
* Redness and hypertrophy of tonsils.
* Fever, may be higher or lower
* Often inflammation of the nasal mucosa (rhinitis) or larynx (laryngitis)

Since we have classified different types of acute tonsillitis symptoms highlight some of these.

Symptoms of tonsillitis or follicular lacunar
* Amygdala red or thickened with points blancogrisáceos the size of a pinhead, located in the gaps or tonsillar organ follicles.

Symptoms of tonsillitis diphtheria
* The amygdala is covered all her spots blancogrisáceas.

Symptoms of gangrenous or necrotic amigadalitis
* The amygdala has a blackish color with gangrene and emits a foul smell.

Symptoms of herpetic tonsillitis
* Fever
* Pain and burning pain in throat
* Throat pricking with the appearance of rounded, pinkish white, ranging in size from the head of a pin and a lentil.

Symptoms of tonsillitis or abscesal Phlegmonosum
* Tonsillar abscess that need to output puncture pus.

Symptoms of chronic tonsillitis
This is produced by the various attacks of acute tonsillitis
* The chronically inflamed tonsil usually bother much, except in cases of exacerbations, but becomes thick, red with yellow areas.


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