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.
Sore throat is a symptom of many diseases, which in parallel may be accompanied by other clinical manifestations. Often it occurs in conjunction with cough, discomfort, partial or complete loss of voice (dysphonia and aphonia). Although sometimes the tickle can appear in a perfectly healthy person.
A microstroke or transient ischemic attack is a condition associated with impaired blood circulation in the brain. Arises against the background of oxygen starvation of the brain, and differs from extensive ischemic stroke in that the blood supply to the organ is able to resume independently. But even despite this, such a pathological deviation cannot be ignored, since its consequences can be extremely dangerous.
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.