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|FIGURE 1. Erythema and edema of the pharynx, and palatal petechiae|
in a child with Group A Streptococcal pharyngitis.
|FIGURE 2 Scarlatiniform rash in scarlet fever. This 7-year-old boy|
has a typical sandpaper rash with his strep throat and fever. The erythema is particularly concentrated in the axillary area.
|FIGURE 3 A. Peritonsillar abscess on the left showing uvular deviation |
away from the side with the abscess.
|FIGURE 3 A. Peritonsillar|
abscess with swelling and anatomic distortion of the right tonsillar region.
|FIGURE 4. Mononucleosis with considerable tonsillar exudate.|
|FIGURE 5. Viral pharyngitis showing enlarged cryptic tonsils with|
some erythema and exudate.
|FIGURE 6. Viral pharyngitis with visible palatal petechiae. Palatal|
petechiae can be seen in all types of pharyngitis.
|FIGURE 7. Viral pharyngitis with prominent vascular injection of the|
soft palate and lymphoid hyperplasia.
|FIGURE 8. Strep pharyngitis with dark necrotic area on right tonsil|
and prominent lymphoid hyperplasia in a cobblestone pattern on the
|FIGURE 9. Herpangina caused by Coxsackievirus virus.|
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