Allergic rhinitis is an inflammatory process of the nasal mucosa, which occurs as a result of the effects of various allergic stimuli, and in this case allergens. Simply put, allergic rhinitis is a runny nose caused by an allergic reaction. Under the influence of allergens in the nasal mucosa begins inflammation, which leads to illness.
Paratonsillary abscess is a collection of pus in the tissues of the throat, next to one of the tonsils. The development of this disease occurs as a result of the penetration of infectious pathogens (streptococci, staphylococci and others) into the amygdala. Often, peritonsillar abscess occurs as one of the complications of chronic tonsillitis or tonsillitis.
Bradycardia is a decrease in heart rate (HR), accompanied by a decrease in heart rate. A pulse is considered normal, ranging from 60 to 90 beats per minute. If a person has a heart rate less than 60 units, then this condition is indicated by the term "bradycardia". Translated from the Greek, it means: bradys - slow and kardia - heart.
Ischemic stroke is a brain infarction, it develops with a significant decrease in cerebral blood flow. Among the diseases leading to the development of cerebral infarction, the first place is occupied by atherosclerosis, affecting the great brain vessels in the neck or intracranial vessels, or both.