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Streptococcal Pharyngitis ("strep throat")

This common childhood infection has a classic presentation of erythema of the posterior pharynx and palatal petechiae (left). A foul-smelling exudate (right) is also commonly noted.

Oral Candidiasis ("thrush")

This infection is common in infants. The white plaques do not rub off.

Dental Abnormalities

Herpetic Stomatitis

Tender ulcerations on the oral mucosa are surrounded by erythema.

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