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Most viral pharyngitis except ___ is mild

Mononucleosis

2

Gingivostomatitis and ulcerating vesicles throughout the anterior pharynx and on the lips are seen in

Primary oral HSV infection

3

Discrete papulovesicular lesions or ulcerations in the posterior oropharynx, severe throat pain, and fever are characteristic of

Herpangina caused by enteroviruses

4

___ is the MC agent of hand-foot-mouth disease

Coxsackie A16

5

Splenomegaly and hepatomegaly in an adolescent with exudative tonsillitis may be the clue to

EBV IM

6

___ bacteria associated with development of Lemierre syndrome, IJ vein septic thrombophlebitis

F. necrophorum

7

Rashes that blanches with pressure and may be more intense in skin creases, especially in the antecubital fossae, axillae, and inguinal creases seen in GAS infection

Pastia's lines or Pastia's sign