Tonsillitis is an infectious-allergic disease in which the inflammatory process is localized in the tonsils. Also involved are nearby lymphoid tissue of the pharynx - laryngeal, nasopharyngeal and lingual tonsils. Chronic tonsillitis is a fairly common disease, with which, perhaps, due to the fact that many people simply do not consider it a serious illness and easily ignore.
Herpetic tonsillitis or herpes tonsillitis (vesicular, aphthous pharyngitis) is a type of sore throat, which is an acute infectious disease that is quite common among the young population. Herpes sore throat is caused by the penetration of a Coxsackie Group A virus, a serovar 2-6, 8, 10 virus into the body of a child or an adult, less often an ESNO virus, and Coxackie B group viruses.
Angina pectoris is a common heart disease that, when progressed, leads to chronic heart failure and myocardial infarction. Angina pectoris is often seen as a symptom of coronary artery lesions - a sudden pressing pain behind the sternum that occurs on the background of physical exertion or a stressful situation.
Anemia is a decrease in the blood count of red blood cells — red blood cells below 4.0x109 / l, or a decrease in hemoglobin levels below 130 g / l in men and below 120 g / l in women. Anemia during pregnancy is characterized by a decrease in hemoglobin below 110 g / l. This is not an independent disease, anemia occurs as a syndrome in a number of diseases and leads to disruption in the supply of oxygen to all organs and tissues of the body, which, in turn, provokes the development of many other diseases and pathological conditions.