Examples from the Web for pharyngitis
The pharyngitis of small-pox is occasioned by an eruption upon the mucous membrane similar to that which appears on the skin.
In many instances the catarrhal symptoms are due to a pharyngitis and tonsillitis only, the lower air-passages escaping.
In some cases of pharyngitis the cervical glands become swollen and painful, but this is not common.
Mercury is used for chronic and syphilitic laryngitis and pharyngitis; sulphur for scabies and other skin diseases.
The sprays and lozenges already mentioned are useful in this variety of pharyngitis also.