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RMJ. 2009; 34(2): 236-237

Bilateral peritonsillar abscess – A rare variant

Jenny Loh, Sakina M Saad, Salina Hussain.


Peritonsillar abscess is frequently a unilateral disease but odynophagia, trismus and
fever with centralized uvula should alert us of bilateral variant. We report a rare case
of bilateral peritonsillar abscess that was missed on initial consultation. (Rawal Med J
2009;34: ).

Key words: Bilateral peritonsillar abscess, quincy, tonsillitis.

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