Definition of Septic sore throat
1. Noun. An infection of the oral pharynx and tonsils by streptococcus.
Generic synonyms: Pharyngitis, Raw Throat, Sore Throat, Infection
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Literary usage of Septic sore throat
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1. The Journal of Infectious Diseases by Infectious Diseases Society of America, John Rockefeller McCormick Memorial Fund, John McCormick Institute for Infectious Diseases (1914)
"THE RELATIONSHIP OF septic sore throat TO INFECTED MILK * JOSEPH A. CAPPS AND DAVID J. DAVIS CHICAGO, ILL. The epidemic of streptococcus sore throat which ..."
2. Handbook of Therapy by Oliver Thomas Osborne, Morris Fishbein (1920)
"septic sore throat For some years there have been reported epidemics of ... Means of prevention of septic sore throat in epidemics must include a more ..."
3. Handbook of Therapy by Oliver Thomas Osborne, Morris Fishbein (1918)
"septic sore throat For some years there have been reported epidemics of ... Means of prevention of septic sore throat in epidemics, must include a more ..."
4. Disease in Milk: The Remedy, Pasteurization; the Life Work of Nathan Straus by Nathan Straus, Lina Gutherz Straus (1917)
"septic sore throat. On October 9, 1914, commenting upon an epidemic of septic sore throat at Rockville Centre, Long Island, the US Public Health Service ..."
5. The Milk Question by Milton Joseph Rosenau (1912)
"The outbreak of septic sore throat in Boston. In May, 1911, an extensive and serious outbreak of "tonsillitis" occurred in Boston and in the neighboring ..."
6. The Health Officer by Frank Overton, Willard Joseph Denno (1919)
"septic sore throat.—A tonsillitis that is caused by hemolytic ... The disease is known by the names of septic sore throat, epidemic sore throat, ..."
7. A Half Century of Public Health: Jubilee Historical Volume of the American by American Public Health Association (1921)
"Where there were no rashes they were reported as septic sore throat. ... The relation between septic sore throat and scarlet fever is unsettled. ..."