Pharyngitis is an inflammation of the pharynx, part of the throat, which is immediately behind the sky and extends to the Adam's apple (larynx). Inflammation usually occurs when viruses (or sometimes bacteria) from a cold, flu, or sinus infection enter the throat. With pharyngitis, symptoms appear like soreness, a "lump" sensation and a sore throat, aggravated by swallowing, dry cough, fever.
Adenoids are the tonsils located in the nasopharynx and are the first barrier to infections and bacteria. Inflammation of the pharyngeal tonsil - adenoiditis - affects regularly ill children 3–7 years old and those who have suffered from such diseases as measles and scarlet fever. When it reaches 10-12 years old, when the immune system is almost completely formed, the pharyngeal tonsil decreases and disappears.
Pressure 140 to 90 in medical terminology is known as a state of borderline hypertension, since for some people this is normal, and for most it is the first sign of the onset of the disease. Age-related changes in the body, as a rule, lead to the further development of this condition - a steady increase in pressure, and there is a risk of certain diseases of the cardiovascular system.
Thrombophlebitis of the lower extremities is an inflammation of the vein with the formation of a blood clot that slows down the blood flow. The disease has very serious consequences, sometimes leading to death. Thrombophlebitis sneaks up quietly and unnoticed, masquerading as minor problems with the legs (moderate pain, slight swelling, redness).