Throat swollen, inside and out; tonsils swollen, puffy, fiery red — APIS MELLIFICA.
Throat troubles from over use of voice — BARYTA CARBONICA.
Throbbing in, and swelling of tonsils, can scarcely swallow — AMMONIUM MURIATICUM.
Thyroid enlarged — IODIUM.
Thyroid gland swollen — SPONGIA TOSTA.
Tickling after waking in morning — NUX VOMICA.
Tickling causes cough — SPONGIA TOSTA.
Tickling in throat, with inclination to dry, spasmodic cough, especially at night — Tickling in throat — ALUMEN.
Tickling in throat — SARCOLACTICUM ACIDUM.
Tickling in trachea during inspiration — BROMIUM.
Tickling sensation causes constant cough — LAC CANINUM.
Tickling, with dry cough — GYMNOCLADUS CANADENSIS.
Tight constriction — CROTALUS HORRIDUS.
Tongue as if burnt — SABADILLA.
Tongue covered with vesicles; deeply furred; edges red — CANTHARIS VESICATORIA.
Tongue dry and brown — AILANTHUS GLANDULOSA.
Tongue feels heavy, difficult to move — GUACO.
Tongue thick — SULPHUR IODATUM.
Tonsillitis and diphtheria symptoms change repeatedly from side to side — LAC CANINUM.
Tonsillitis, just like Bellad, but in dark-complexioned people — GINSENG QUINQUEFOLIUM.
Tonsillitis; shooting pain into ear — GELSEMIUM SEMPERVIRENS.
Tonsillitis — AMMONIUM MURIATICUM.
Tonsillitis — SANGUINARIA CANADENSIS.
Tonsils enlarged; throat feels constricted; difficult deglutition; worse, liquids — BELLADONNA.
Tonsils enlarged — BARYTA MURIATICA.
Tonsils greatly swollen; painful swallowing, with pain in ears — PSORINUM.
Tonsils inflamed, swollen, with small ulcers — IGNATIA AMARA.
Tonsils inflamed, with swollen veins — BARYTA CARBONICA.
Tonsils inflamed; enlarged so much, can hardly breathe — KALIUM MURIATICUM.
Tonsils pain on swallowing, deep red, with network of dilated blood vessels — BROMIUM.
Tonsils purple or black, gray exudation extending to posterior nares and air-
passages — ECHINACEA ANGUSTIFOLIA.
Tonsils purplish — LACHESIS MUTUS.
Tonsils red and swollen — FERRUM PHOSPHORICUM.
Tonsils swollen and dry — ACONITUM NAPELLUS.
Tonsils swollen, especially right; dark-red appearance — PHYTOLACCA DECANDRA.
Tonsils swollen — GELSEMIUM SEMPERVIRENS.
Tonsils swollen — ARSENICUM IODATUM.
Tough mucus in larynx and trachea, loosened only after much hawking; worse coming into warm room — BRYONIA ALBA.
Tough mucus, with inclination to swallow it; worse, causing hawking — CHROMICUM ACIDUM.
Tubercular laryngitis, especially when ulceration commences — LYCOPODIUM CLAVATUM.
Tubes feel too wide open — BARYTA MURIATICA.
Ulcerated patches on inside of lips and cheeks — CARBOLICUM ACIDUM.
Ulcerated sore throat and diphtheria; throat feels very hot; pain at root of tongue extending to ear — PHYTOLACCA DECANDRA.
Ulcerated sore throat — ECHINACEA ANGUSTIFOLIA.
Ulcerated sore throat — FERRUM PHOSPHORICUM.
Ulceration of mouth and fauces, with dry, burning sensation Tongue white; feels scalded — SANGUINARIA CANADENSIS.
Ulceration of tonsils, beginning on right side — LYCOPODIUM CLAVATUM.
Ulceration of vocal bands — LYCOPODIUM CLAVATUM.
Ulcers and false membrane — MURIATICUM ACIDUM.
Ulcers and inflammation appearing at every change in weather — MERCURIUS SOLUBILIS.
Ulcers on tonsils — APIS MELLIFICA.
Ulcers — VINCA MINOR.
Uvula and tonsils enlarged and reddened — SULPHUR IODATUM.
Uvula and tonsils swollen — CISTUS CANADENSIS.
Uvula elongated, tonsils swollen — FAGOPYRUM ESCULENTUM.
Uvula elongated — HYOSCYAMUS NIGER.
Uvula enlarged, ulcerated; thick, tough mucus in back part of pharynx — INDIUM METALLICUM.
Uvula feels elongated — WYETHIA HELENOIDES.
Uvula large, dropsical — PHYTOLACCA DECANDRA.
Uvula relaxed, œdematous, bladder-like — KALIUM BICHROMICUM.
Uvula swollen, sac-like — APIS MELLIFICA.
Uvula swollen — IODIUM.
Uvula swollen — MERCURIUS CORROSIVUS.
Uvula swollen — MURIATICUM ACIDUM.
Uvula swollen — NUX VOMICA.
Uvula whitened and shriveled — CARBOLICUM ACIDUM.
Varicose condition of veins in pharynx — ALOE SOCOTRINA.
Veins in pharynx distended and tortuous — AESCULUS HIPPOCASTANUM.
Very painful; worse slightest pressure, touch is even more annoying — LACHESIS MUTUS.
Very tenacious mucus (Kali bich) — CANTHARIS VESICATORIA.
Vesicles in pharynx — JACARANDA CAROBA.
Violent itching in roof of mouth — STRYCHNINUM PURUM.
Violent spasms reproduced by touching larynx — CANTHARIS VESICATORIA.
Voice uncertain, uncontrollable — ARUM TRIPHYLLUM.
Warm food and drink relieve — SABADILLA.
When only the superficial part of the tonsil is involved — MERCURIUS IODATUS FLAVUS.
When swallowing, sensation as if a plug and of a splinter in throat — HEPAR SULPHUR.
White patches and sharp points, as from splinters, on swallowing — NITRICUM ACIDUM.
White, sticky, mucus — AMMONIUM BROMATUM.
Will often abort peritonsillitis if given frequently — MERCURIUS IODATUS RUBER.
Worse evening — INDIUM METALLICUM.
Worse, talking, singing — ARUM TRIPHYLLUM.