Se clasifica en formas localizadas o diseminadas. Los maxilares pueden ser afectados con relativa frecuencia. Clase III: Procesos malignos histiocitarios. Las tres formas ''tradicionales'' de la HCL son:. Suele existir un predominio general en varones.
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[Bilateral Peritonsillar Abscess in Children: Case Report]
Peritonsillar abscess is the most common complication of acute bacterial tonsillitis, defined as the presence of purulent exudate between the peritonsillar capsule and the superior constrictor muscle of the pharynx. Usually, its presentation is unilateral; its bilateral involvement is rare. It is more common in adults, being uncommon in children. Clinically, it presents odynophagia, trismus, sialorrhea, fever, guttural voice, symptoms that it shares with the unilateral abscess, evidencing in the physical examination bulging of both anterior pillars, edema of the uvula and soft palate, but without asymmetries of pharyngeal structures.
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