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202 Possible Causes for Erythema, Peritonsillar Abscess

  • Pharyngitis

    Figure 35-1 Strep pharyngitis showing tonsillar exudate and erythema. ( Courtesy of Michael Nguyen, MD .)[] Most children with pharyngitis have benign, self-limited disease with infrequent complications such as peritonsillar abscess, mastoiditis, or lymphadenitis.[] Fusobacterium necrophorumFusobacterium necrophorum is a normal inhabitant of the oropharyngeal flora and can occasionally create a peritonsillar abscess.[]

  • Cellulitis

    DISCUSSION: The current emergency medicine definition of cellulitis includes erythema, induration, warmth, and swelling.[] Type 2 Excludes abscess of salivary gland ( K11.3 ) abscess of tongue ( K14.0 ) periapical abscess ( K04.6- K04.7 ) periodontal abscess ( K05.21 ) peritonsillar abscess ([] She was taking chlorambucil and developed facial edema with erythema and warmth, misjudged as facial cellulitis.[]

  • Tonsillitis

    One had maculopapular erythema and 2 had abdominal pain of unknown origin, but none had cardiac involvement, chorea and subcutaneous nodule.[] […] tonsils are infected in patients with peritonsillar abscess.[] PATIENTS AND METHODS: 50 patients presenting sore throat associated with erythema and/or pharyngeal tonsillar exudate with or without scarlatiniform rash, fever and malaise[]

  • Group A Beta-hemolytic Streptococcal Pharyngitis

    Patients had at least 1 of pharyngeal erythema or exudate, tenderness of cervical lymph nodes, or fever.[] abscess ( J36 ) pharyngeal abscess ( J39.1 ) retropharyngeal abscess ( J39.0 ) Type 2 Excludes chronic pharyngitis ( J31.2 ) Acute pharyngitis Approximate Synonyms Streptococcal[] Physical examination may reveal erythema and swelling of the pharynx, enlarged and erythematous tonsils, tonsillar exudate and palatal petechiae.[]

  • Acute Catarrhal Tonsillitis

    The tonsils are usually enlarged and red, but the degree of erythema does not reflect the severity of the pain.[] Research of Acute Catarrhal Tonsillitis has been linked to Tonsillitis, Streptococcal Infections, Abscess, Peritonsillar Abscess, Infective Disorder.[] Pharyngitis is defined as erythema of the oropharynx with or without inflammation of the tonsils.[]

  • Streptococcal Pharyngitis

    They were screened for enrollment and if he/she presented pharyngitis with clinical criteria of sore throat, erythema, exudate and tender or enlarged anterior cervical lymph[] abscess, retropharyngeal abscess, and viral pharyngitis.[] ., sudden onset of sore throat, fever, odynophagia, tonsillar erythema, exudates, cervical lymphadenitis, or history of streptococcal exposure) History and physical examination[]

  • Chronic Tonsillitis

    Aphthous stomatitis, genital ulcers or skin eruptions like erythema nodusum decreased or disappeared after tonsillectomy in 8 of 10 patients with BD.[] Peritonsillar abscess: tonsil antibiotic levels in patients treated by acute abscess surgery. Laryngoscope. 1982 ;92: 80 - 87. Google Scholar Medline ISI 27.[] Examination shows intense erythema of tonsils and pharynx, yellow exudate and tender, enlarged anterior cervical glands.[]

  • Peritonsillar Abscess

    Early Left Peritonsillar Abscess Swelling and erythema above the left tonsil. The uvula is slightly swollen as well.[] Brain abscess: This is a rare but lethal complication of peritonsillar abscess. Peritonsillar abscess is most commonly caused by group A β-hemolytic streptococcus.[] […] eg, poor or absent eye contact, failure to recognize parents, irritability, inability to be consoled or distracted, fever, anxiety), drooling, severe halitosis, tonsillar erythema[]

  • Tonsillar Abscess

    Early Left Peritonsillar Abscess Swelling and erythema above the left tonsil. The uvula is slightly swollen as well.[] Can Peritonsillar Abscess Be Prevented?[] […] masticator muscle Caused by irritation and reflex spasm of the Internal Pterygoid muscle Torticollis Physical Findings Patient may appear toxic and very uncomfortable Localized erythema[]

  • Hereditary Angioedema Type 1

    Hereditary angioedema type 1 is an autosomal dominant disease characterized by C1 esterase inhibitor deficiency and the onset of edema, abdominal pain and erythema marginatum[] abscess Background Epidemiology Incidence – 1/50,000 Age Congenital form – usually occurs in childhood Acquired form – onset occurs later Sex – M:F, equal Risk Factors Genetics[] Figure 2: Erythema of both thighs and left forearm.[]

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