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Polyps in children

Polyps in children



Dr. Corina Mella, assisted. univ. at the ENT Clinic from "St. Mary's" Hospital, specifies that, unlike adults, in children the vocal nodules are not usually operated.
Voice nodules in children can only return with vocal rest. But in the treatment of infantile vocal nodules one also uses aerosols, anti-inflammatory drugs, some cortisone and of course at rest, followed by certain sessions of learning a speech that will help the vocal cords. Acute adenoiditis, those secretion leaks from the upper floor of the pharynx to the middle pharynx and to the larynx, are involved in children.
The child coughs, his voice straightens, and he remains shaken.

This hoax persists as long as it has adenoid vegetation, ie polyps that need to be removed. Polyps are operated by children who do not breathe well, forced to breathe on the mouth, who do not sleep properly, have no appetite, do not develop their face, are yellow as candles and repercussions appear below in the larynx.
Florin Condurateanu
National Journal
November 24, 2006

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