Nonexudative pharyngitis

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Nonexudative pharyngitis is an inflammation of the back of the throat (pharynx) that is not accompanied by the accumulation of thick mucous material or pus in or on the throat tissues.[1][2]

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  • In the Holmes criteria, nonexudative pharyngitis that has been documented by a physician on at least two occasions, at least one month apart is an optional criteria for diagnosis, under the section Minor Physical Criteria.[3]

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  1. http://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/pharyngitis
  2. http://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/exudation
  3. The 1988 Holmes Definition for CFS


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