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Vestn Otorinolaringol. 2013;(3):17-20.

[Peculiarities of clinical and laboratory characteristics of the activity of streptococcal infection in the patients presenting with tonsillar pathology].

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Abstract

The objective of the present study was to characterize peculiar clinical and laboratory features of trivial tonsillitis for the substantiation of the necessity of prescription of antibacterial therapy. A total of 386 patients presenting with various forms of trivial tonsillitis were available for the determination of anti-streptococcal antibody (ASLO, anti-DN-ase B, ASPH) levels. The results of the measurement were compared based on the Centor scale generally used to estimate the necessity of prescribing antibacterial therapy for the treatment of sore throat. It is concluded that laboratory studies of characteristics of S. Š yogenes activity are needed in all the patients presenting with tonsillitis in order to elucidate the etiological factors responsible for pharyngalgia and the necessity of prescription of antibacterial therapy for the prevention of pyogenic systemic complications of streptococcal infection.

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