A clinical study in homoeopathic management of acute tonsillitis
Author(s): Rajeswari KR, Manoj Narayan V and Murugan M
Abstract: Acute tonsillitis is an infection-related disease that causes inflammation in the tonsillar tissues. Acute infections of the palatine tonsils typically affect school-aged children, while they can affect people of any age. The symptoms of acute tonsillitis brought on by bacterial or viral infection include a sore throat that gets worse while swallowing, difficult or painful swallowing, fever, enlarged tender lymph nodes in the neck, body aches, and a general feeling of malaise. Due to its high effectiveness, homoeopathic treatment can help prevent tonsillitis complications and recurrence. The goal of this article is to give a general review of acute tonsillitis and the effectiveness of homoeopathic treatment. Mercurius solubilis was the drug that was prescribed most frequently among the cases, followed by Hepar sulph.