Ulcerative pharyngitis - Definition


Ulcerative pharyngitis can occur in several forms, but the most common is Vincent's disease. The causes of ulcerative pharyngitis are often bad dental hygiene, smoking, infection, certain viruses, and certain cancers. In Vincent's disease the fever is moderate, the patient is fatigued, has trouble eating, and has bad breath. The tonsils are covered with small ulcerous wounds and the local ganglions are swollen. The treatment for ulcerative pharyngitis is based on penicillin along with mouthwash. Ulcerative pharyngitis can be avoided with good oral hygiene.
Original article published by Jeff. Translated by Jeff. Latest update on October 18, 2013 at 10:20 AM by Jeff.
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