MORPHOHISTOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF HYPERTROPHY OF THE PHARYNGEAL TONSILS IN CHILDREN IN THE AGE ASPECT

Authors

  • I.I. Abdusamatova
  • G.E. Tastanova
  • D.F. Shimsiev

Abstract

Relevance: The term "adenoid" refers to a nonphysiological enlargement of the
nasopharyngeal tonsil and is the most common cause of nasal obstruction in children.
Hypertrophy of the pharyngeal tonsils can cause hearing loss, the development of
inflammatory processes in the ear and throat, speech disorders, and in especially severe
cases, delayed speech and mental development, the formation of malocclusion, and
pathological changes in the voice.

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Published

2024-03-13