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Lacunar tonsillitis (new EX735Ag Modific)

Nikolay Miroshnichenko | 8.09.2011

Patient details

Gender/age: male, 13 (schoolboy) Presented condition, complaints: throat pains when swallowing, enlarged and painful submaxillary lymph nodes, raised body temperature

Past medical history: got acutely ill, the day before he came to me. Was examined by ENT specialist.

Diagnose: lacunar tonsillitis. Nose and throat swabs were taken to exclude the possibility of diphtheria.

Treatment

Time of action during session: 30 min

Action modes used: Scenar-Cosmodic Slider auto, Scenar-Cosmodic Slider 5, Scenar, Scenar- MYO.

Areas treated: back, collar zone, Pirogov's ring, jugular fossa, submaxillary lymph nodes, He Gu GI.4. Scenar- MYO was used directly on submaxillary lymph nodes.

Change of the patient's condition during and after session: after first session the patient felt alleviation: it became easier to swallow saliva, throat pain abated. Body temperature before the first session was 39.1°С and after the session — 38.4°С. Submaxillary lymph nodes got a bit smaller, but within an hour enlarged again. By the end of the first day of treatment (after 4 sessions, which were carried out every 1.5-2 hours) lymph nodes became smaller half as much. Palatine tonsils also reduced in size. Lacunes began to discharge pus.

Total number of sessions: 9

Total time of treatment (days, weeks): 3 days. On the first day — 4 sessions, the second day- 3 and the third-2.

Final result of treatment: no complaints, normal body temperature. Submaxillary lymph nodes are neither enlarged nor painful. Fauces is hyperemic, tonsils without pus. Scenar- therapy was performed without the use of medications. The patient also rinsed his mouth and throat with lemon juice 4 times a day and increased intake of liquids.

The materials were provided and published with permission of
Dr. Nikolay Miroshnichenko
Yalta, Crimea
[email protected]

Translated by Victoria Karlina “LET Medical”