Tonsillitis is a disorder that involves inflammation or swelling of tonsils which are small lymphoepithelial tissues situated near the oropharynx and nasopharynx. These immune-competent tissues located on both sides of throat; behave as a guarding array of cells that filter ingested or inhaled foreign pathogens.
Being an infection caused by virus or bacteria, it involves sore throat, fever, headache, neck pain and difficulty in breathing. Apart from these the other commonly observed symptoms include; red tonsils, loss of appetite, ear pain, trouble swallowing, muffled voice, vomiting and ulcers on throat.
Tonsillitis can be broadly categorized into three forms;
Acute tonsillitis– In this the symptoms last generally for four-five days but if the situation worsens, patient can suffer for more than a week as well.
Recurrent tonsillitis– Here the patients face this issue several times in a year especially when the season is changed.
Chronic tonsillitis– This category involves patients who have a long term tonsils infection.
AHRI provides the best treatment of tonsillitis in Gwalior. Under the leadership of two highly experienced and well-qualified ENT specialistsDr. SR Agarwal and Dr. Rahul Agarwal, the team stands the best in the city. The team relies on antibiotics at initial stages of treatment but when the infection goes severe, the vertical is well-equipped to carry on tonsillectomy. It is an operation to remove tonsils. If you suffer through repeated and immensely severe bouts of tonsils, then tonsillectomy at AHRI will provide you the best relief possible. Whether by the medicines or by the surgery, the ENT vertical at AHRI Gwalior aims to cure tonsillitis permanently, instead of giving temporary treatments.
Then ENT vertical at AHRI Gwaliorhas an extremely qualified squad of professionals with years of knowledge to satisfy all ear, nose, neck and head-related healthcare requirements. The vertical in its best capacity utilizes all the technological advancements and aims to facilitate its patients with utmost care.