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Scirj Volume VIII, Issue III, March 2020 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796

INCIDENCE OF PERSISTENCE NASAL OBSTRUCTION AFTER ADENOIDECTOMY: A THREE YEARS EXPERIENCE AND PERCEPTION

Delwar AHM, Hossain ABMT, Mazumder JA, Mustafa MG

Abstract: Santorini and Wilhelm Meyer both were described the Adenoids(ADs) or Nasopharyngeal Tonsil in the 17th and 18th century as Luskhas Tonsil or Nasopharyngeal Vegetations which is the part of waldeyer ring of lymphoid tissue at the portal of the respiratory system. Enlarged adenoid or Adenoids(ADS) compromise the natural pathway of breathing causes obligate mouth breathing and is developed Adenoids Facies. As a result the moulding action of tongue on the hard palate is lost. The concavity of the hard palate is increasing upwards and pressing over the nasal septal constituents. Due to delayed treatment, as a craniofacial development is progressing, the pressure is increasing over the septum and the septum is incurring and deviated to one side. As a consequence hypertrophy inferior turbinate also occur. After adenoidectomy some children continue to suffer nasal obstruction. The aim of our study is to find out the relative incidence and frequency of those children who were suffering from nasal obstruction after adenoidectomy and their management.

Reference this Paper: INCIDENCE OF PERSISTENCE NASAL OBSTRUCTION AFTER ADENOIDECTOMY: A THREE YEARS EXPERIENCE AND PERCEPTION by Delwar AHM, Hossain ABMT, Mazumder JA, Mustafa MG published at: "Scientific Research Journal (Scirj), Volume VIII, Issue III, March 2020 Edition, Page 4-10 ".

Search Terms: Enlarged adenoid or adenoids (ADS), Deviated Nasal Septum (DNS), Hypertrophic Inferior Turbinate (HIT), CT(Computed Tomography), FESS(Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery), MRI(Magnetic Resonance Imaging)

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