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The isolation of bacteria

Nov 10th 2013 at 9:18 PM

Acute Bacterial infection usually occurs by direct invasion or by contiguity of infectious processes of the pharynx, laryngeal involvement is rare isolated.

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The bacteria that affect the larynx are eliminated by muck colliery transport, and any change in this process predisposes to infection Infections par pharyngeal and retropharyngeal can also affect the larynx by direct invasion, and infectious processes of structures adjacent

To the larynx may induce symptoms without the involvement of the organ by direct compression or pressure on the recurrent laryngeal nerve Isolation of the pathogen by culture or blood culture, it is difficult in most cases and may not correspond to the causal agent.

The isolation of bacteria such as Neustria gonorrhea, however, is sufficient to establish the diagnosis. A biopsy is essential in chronic and granola mates processes.

Supra glottides Pediatric supra glottides A is an acute inflammation of the supra glottis structures which can lead to airway obstruction and thus be fatal.

Although the epiglottis represents major changes, there is also involvement of the glottis folds, the false vocal folds and arytenoids.

In children, the most common causative agent is occurring most frequently in the age group 2-4 years in the months of winter and spring.

Children are protected against infection by three months of age by maternal antibodies against encapsulated germs whose titles increase again with only three or four years old, explaining the epidemiology of the disease evolution is rapid, with onset of the generally 2 to 6 hours. We observe high fever, drooling, sitting position with the chest flexed forward and the chin slightly elevated, prominent aspiratory strider, muffled voice.

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