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What is Angina?

Description of the disease

Angina is an acute infectious disease caused by bacteria or viruses. The main symptom of angina is inflammation of the tonsils, which leads to throat pain, difficulty swallowing, and high fever.


  • Viral angina
  • Bacterial angina (also known as streptococcal angina)


  • Throat pain
  • Difficulty swallowing
  • High fever


Angina is caused by contact with an infected person or carrier of bacteria or viruses, as well as hypothermia and weakened immune system can contribute to the development of the disease.


To diagnose angina, the doctor examines the patient's throat, may take a swab for analysis to determine the type of pathogen of the disease.


Treatment of angina usually includes taking antibiotics, antiviral drugs, as well as pain relievers to reduce pain.


For the prevention of angina, it is recommended to observe personal hygiene rules, avoid contact with the sick, and strengthen the immune system.


To treat angina, you should consult an otolaryngologist or a therapist.

Note: This material is provided solely for informational purposes and is not medical advice.