Primary influenza bleeding, petechial hemorrhages, hemorrhagic syndrome. From the first day begins with a cough, mucous and bloody sputum. Physical evidence indicates the presence of pneumonic lesions of various sizes and localization. These early detected, mainly haemorrhagic pneumonia are of an extremely severe and produce a high percentage of rapidly advancing (2-5-day sickness) deaths. Additional information at altavista supports this article. I have had the disease recovery is slow (2-4 weeks).

Complications. The most common complications of influenza include focal pneumonia, prone to a prolonged, relapsing and migrating downstream. Outcomes of her abscess and gangrene light after the introduction of sulfa drugs and antibiotics have become rare, and subsequently may develop bronchiectasis due to bronchial wall elastolizisa. Influenza complicated by sinusitis with isolated lesion or the development of a sinus pansinusita. The symptoms of acute sinusitis include fever, headache, purulent nasal discharge, pain in facial bones of the head is tilted, soreness at the output branches of the trigeminal nerve. Evstahiitom complication characterized by pain in swallowing, sensation of stuffiness in the ears, a periodic "flapping" in the ear, the eardrum indrawing. Flu is also complicated by purulent otitis (usually in children), pielita, cystitis, thrombophlebitis, myocarditis.

Most of these complications is accompanied by fever, leukocytosis neytrofnlnym, accelerated ESR. Their appearance is associated with activation of the secondary flora. For some patients the complications of the nervous system in the form of encephalitis with diffuse scanty symptoms, arahnoentsefalita, vestibular forms meningo-encephalitis, serous meningitis, subarachnoid hemorrhage, the so-called hemorrhagic meningo-encephalitis caused by degenerative and vascular changes with hemorrhagic manifestations in central nervous system, diencephalic syndrome (dynamic functional disorders of the cardiovascular system, fluctuations in blood pressure, headache, subfebrilitet, fatigue, weakness), which is sometimes may take a chronic course after repeated flu. Complications of influenza on the part of the peripheral nervous system include trigeminal neuralgia, peripheral paresis or paralysis of the facial nerve, sciatica. Nerve damage can occur both during the flu, and after 1-2 weeks after it, they can give a small residual effects.

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