Adenoiditis

Adenoiditis and Otitis: What is the relationship between health risks?

Adenoiditis is an inflammation of the nasopharyngeal tonsils (adenoids), which have pathologically developed. Most often this disease occurs in preschool children, their maximum size of adenoids can reach the age of 3-7 years. Because of inflammation of adenoids, the child often suffers from other ailments, such as sinusitis, sinusitis, otitis. Inflamed nasopharyngeal tonsils are a chronic infection site, so sometimes they are shown to be removed. Why adenoiditis provokes otitis media? How to deal with a problem?
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