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Quinsy

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Description of Quinsy

Quinsy (medical condition): Tonsil abscess...more »

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Quinsy: a painful pus-filled inflammation of the tonsils and surrounding tissues; usually a complication of tonsillitis.
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Quinsy: An abscess in the peritonsillar tissue extending into the tonsil capsule, resulting from suppuration of the tonsil. (Dorland, 27th ed)
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