Occasionally the process is limited to the tonsil, and there is no pharyngitis at all.
In pharyngitis and laryngitis when associated with exanthemata.
Its special uses are in ulceration of the mouth or tongue (ulcerative stomatitis), tonsillitis and pharyngitis.
pharyngitis may occur at any age, but is more frequent in the young.
The pain in deglutition and the local heat and dryness are sometimes much greater than in the more ordinary forms of pharyngitis.
In some cases of pharyngitis the cervical glands become swollen and painful, but this is not common.
The pharyngitis of small-pox is occasioned by an eruption upon the mucous membrane similar to that which appears on the skin.
Mercury is used for chronic and syphilitic laryngitis and pharyngitis; sulphur for scabies and other skin diseases.
pharyngitis is an occasional accompaniment, and stomatitis quite a rare one.
In pharyngitis one of the symptoms is a return through the nose of fluid that the horse attempts to swallow.
pharyngitis phar·yn·gi·tis (fār'ĭn-jī'tĭs)
Inflammation of the pharynx.
Inflammation of the pharynx, often a result of viral or bacterial infection, especially streptococcal bacteria. See also strep throat.