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  • noun surgery The surgical removal of the adenoids and tonsils, combination of adenoidectomy and tonsillectomy


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From adenoid + tonsil + -ectomy


  • Effect of adenotonsillectomy on nocturnal hypoxaemia, sleep disturbance, and symptoms in snoring children.

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  • Effect of adenotonsillectomy on nocturnal hypoxaemia, sleep disturbance, and symptoms in snoring children.

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  • The study sample included 795 children aged from birth to 18-years-old, described as normal weight or overweight and who had tonsillectomy or adenotonsillectomy surgery. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • In the new study, researchers examined the medical records of 4,776 patients who underwent tonsillectomy, or adenotonsillectomy over a period of 36 months.

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  • Paradise JL, et al. Tonsillectomy and adenotonsillectomy for recurrent throat infections in moderately affected children.

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  • "Specifically, ADHD, hyperactivity and behavior have been shown to improve at six or 12 months after adenotonsillectomy in correlation with improved postoperative polysomnography [sleep monitoring] parameters regardless of which instruments were used to evaluate behavior."

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  • The cases comprised of the four most common pediatric surgical procedures at the ASC compared to the HBF: ventilation tube insertion, dental rehabilitation, adenotonsillectomy, and ventilation tube insertion/adenoidectomy. - latest science and technology news stories

  • Chicago, IL - infoZine - "Since the publication of our previous report demonstrating improvements in both sleep and behavior at six months after adenotonsillectomy for children with sleep-disordered breathing, there have been several articles that continue to support the impact of sleep-disordered breathing on neurocognitive development, behavior and quality of life," the authors write as background information a report in the July issue of Archives of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, one of the JAMA/Archives journals.

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