Tonsillitis Understood: Lemierre Syndrome. CT of a clotted jugular vein indicating Lemierre's syndrome (red arrow). A normal appearing jugular vein is indicated by the blue arrow.
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Lemierre's syndrome (or Lemierre's disease, also known as postanginal shock including sepsis and human necrobacillosis) is a form of thrombophlebitis usually.
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Tonsillitis Understood: Lemierre Syndrome. A. Thropbophlebitis of external jugular vein. B. Bilateral pleural effusion and multiple areas of consolidation with cavitation
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