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Sore Throat Photo Gallery

Figure 1. Shows pink posterior pharynx (throat), uvula, tonsillar pillars, soft / hard palate and tongue.

Symptoms and Appearance of Common Mouth and Throat Maladies

Sore Throat Photo Gallery 

Children Ages 6 to 12

Figure 2. Shows pink posterior pharynx (throat), uvula, tonsillar pillars, soft / hard palate and tongue.

Figure 3. Shows pink uvula, tonsillar pillars, soft / hard palate and tongue.

Figure 4. Shows pink posterior pharynx (throat), uvula, tonsillar pillars, tonsils, soft / hard palate and tongue.

Figure 5. Shows pink posterior pharynx (throat), uvula, tonsillar pillars, tonsils, soft / hard palate and tongue.

Figure 6. Shows pink posterior pharynx (throat), uvula, tonsillar pillars, tonsils, soft / hard palate and tongue.

Figure 7. Shows pink uvula, tonsillar pillars, soft / hard palate and tongue.

Figure 8. Shows pink uvula, tonsillar pillars, soft / hard palate and tongue.

Figure 9. Shows pink uvula, tonsillar pillars, soft / hard palate and tongue. Posterior pharynx is normal with some mucus covering the throat.

Figure 10. Shows pink uvula, tonsillar pillars, soft / hard palate and tongue. Note the forward leaning uvula.

Figure 11. Shows pink uvula, tonsillar pillars, soft / hard palate and tongue.

Figure 12. Shows pink uvula, tonsillar pillars, soft / hard palate and tongue.

Figure 13. Shows pink soft and hard palate, pink uvula, pink tonsils extending out of tonsillar pillars without pus, lesions, redness, or throat / airway obstruction.

Figure 14. Shows pink soft and hard palate, pink uvula, pink tonsillar pillars without pus, lesions or redness.

Teenagers Ages 13 to Adult

Figure 1. Shows pink uvula, tonsillar pillars, and soft palate.

Figure 2. Shows pink uvula, tonsillar pillars, soft palate, and tongue.

Figure 3-9. Shows pink uvula, tonsillar pillars, tongue,and soft palate. *Note the variations in appearance of the uvula.

Figure 4. Shows pink uvula, tonsillar pillars, tongue,and soft palate.

Figure 5. Shows pink uvula, tonsillar pillars, tongue,and soft palate. Although not ill, this individual has some reddening of the tonsillar Pillars and tongue.

Figure 6. Shows pink uvula, tonsillar pillars, tongue, and soft palate.

Figure 7. Shows pink uvula, tonsillar pillars and soft palate.

Figure 8. Shows pink uvula, tonsillar pillars and soft palate.

Figure 9. Shows pink uvula, tonsillar pillars, tongue,and soft palate. Although not ill, this individual has some reddening of the tonsillar Pillars and tongue.

Figure 13. Shows pink soft and hard palate, pink uvula, pink tonsils extending out of tonsillar pillars without pus, lesions, redness, or throat / airway obstruction.

Contact Your Physician

Figure 1. Shows pink soft and hard palate, pink uvula, pink tonsillar pillars, and enlarged tonsils without pus, lesions, or redness. (You should make it a priority to discuss with your physician if you observe tonsils of this size, or larger, as they may obstruct the airway.)

Viral Sore Throat (Viral Pharyngitis)

Figure 1. Shows redness of the soft palate, uvula, posterior wall of throat (pharynx) and tonsillar pillars.

Figure 2. Shows increased redness & petechia on the soft palate, uvula, posterior wall of throat (pharynx), and tonsillar pillars.

Figure 3. Shows redness of the soft palate and tonsillar pillars.

Figure 4. Shows petechia on the back of the throat (pharynx) and the anterior pillar.

Figure 5. Shows petechia on the Uvula, tonsillar pillars, and back of throat (pharynx).

Figure 6. Shows some redness on the soft palate and tonsillar pillars.

Strep Throat

Figure 1. Beefy red soft palate and tiny red hemorrhages on the soft palate (not present in every case).

Figure 2. White or yellow patches on the tonsils and pillars. May appear as streaks or consolidated patches.

Figure 3. Examples of the white or yellow patches on the tonsils.

Figure 4. Shows red soft and hard palate, red uvula, enlarged tonsils extending out of tonsillar pillars. Tonsils are also red with pus, however not obstructing the throat.

Canker Sores

Figure 1-4. Canker sores appear as shallow ulcers on a reddened base, always inside the mouth - inside the lips and cheeks, on the gums, tongue, and soft palate.

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Herpes Stomatitis and Cold Sores

Figures 1-3. Shows grouped vesicles on a reddened base on the outer surface of the lips. When these vesicles erupt, they will eventually form a crusted scab. This is a recuurent herpetic infection.

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Mononucleosis

Figures 1-2. Shows a sheet-like collection of white blood cells that can look like a membrane covering the tonsils.

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Figure 3. The same sheet-like collection of white blood cells on only one tonsil.

Yeast Thrush

Figures 1-3. Thrush's characteristic white cottage cheese or curd-like patches on the lips, tongue, gums, and inside of cheeks.

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Coxsackie Virus

Figure 1-2. Shows the vesicles and redness on the anterior pillars of the soft palate.

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Figure 3. The same vesicles and redness on the anterior pillars of the soft palate and also on the posterior pharngeal wall (back of throat).