adenoiditis


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ad·e·noid·i·tis

n. adenoiditis, infl. de la adenoide.
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If there is adenoiditis as well, children have blocked nose, nasal discharge, snoring and mouth breathing.
And surprisingly, the analysis indicated that many of the troublesome symptoms of tonsillitis and adenoiditis that removal surgeries aim to ameliorate - breathing problems and chronic ear or sinus inflammation - often return soon after the operation.
Since then, biofilms have been shown to be involved in the etiology of otitis media, sinusitis, cholesteatoma, tonsillitis, adenoiditis, and device contaminations (5).
Adenoidectomies were performed for a variety of reasons, the majority for OSA, but also for middle ear disease and chronic adenoiditis. Techniques employed included suction electrocautery or coblation of the adenoid tissue.
Bessler et al., "Spatial organisation of microbiota in quiescent adenoiditis and tonsillitis," Journal of Clinical Pathology, vol.
* May also be caused by allergies, nasal polyps or tumors, deviation of the septum adenoiditis or as a complication of cystic fibrosis or GERD
In some cases, the phlegm could be a symptom of tonsillitis, adenoiditis or something called GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease) in which stomach acid can reach the throat-but you'll need a test for that.
Recurrent adenoiditis is known to be associated with some pathological conditions such as obstructive sleep apnoea, recurrent otitis media, otitis media with effusion (OME) and sinusitis.
Nasal endoscopy in asthmatic children: Assessment of rhinosinusitis and adenoiditis incidence, correlations with cytology and microbiology.
The diagnosis was established severe hypothyroidism due to autoimmune thyroiditis, 2nd grade of obesity, Down syndrome and acute adenoiditis.
Chronic Adenoiditis (CA) is a chronic polyetiologic disease, the base of which is the disorder of physiological immune processes of pharyngeal tonsils.
La alteracion en la funcionalidad de la Trompa de Eustaquio (TE) se presenta cada vez con mayor frecuencia en la poblacion pediatrica debido a la configuracion anatomica de la tuba auditiva, los procesos alergicos del tracto respiratorio superior, la presencia de adenoiditis, entre otros aspectos.