Laryngitis is called acute or chronic inflammation of the larynx. Both the entire mucous membrane of the larynx (a diffuse form of laryngitis) and its individual parts, the mucosa of the epiglottis, the vocal folds or the walls of the sub-vocal cavity, can be involved in the pathological process. Most often, laryngitis is diagnosed in children and adolescents, but an adult can also develop inflammation.
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.
Angina pectoris is a common heart disease that, when progressed, leads to chronic heart failure and myocardial infarction. Angina pectoris is often seen as a symptom of coronary artery lesions - a sudden pressing pain behind the sternum that occurs on the background of physical exertion or a stressful situation.
Raynaud's disease - a disease in which the arterial blood supply to the hands or feet is disturbed. The disease is paroxysmal in nature and usually affects symmetrically the upper limbs. Women get sick more often than men. As a rule, Raynaud's syndrome is a secondary phenomenon that develops in various diffuse diseases of the connective tissue (primarily scleroderma), damage to the cervical spine, peripheral nervous system (gangliopitis), endocrine system (hyperthyroidism, diencephalic disorders), digital arteritis, arteriovenous aneurysm, aneurysm and aneurysm, and arteriovenous aneurysm, aneurysm and aneurysm of the cervical spine. neck ribs, with cryoglobulinemia.