¿Qué es? La amigdalectomía es un procedimiento para extirpar sus amígdalas, las cuales se localizan en la parte posterior y lateral de su garganta. Indications for amygdalectomy and adenoidectomy in children and adolescents [ Indicaciones de amigdalectomia y adenoidectomia en el nino y el adolescente]. Tratamiento Qx que consiste en la extirpación de los adenoides con un adenotomo. Indicada: Recurrentes infecciones. Hipertrofia adenoidea.

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It is an effective procedure and with little morbimorbidity. Antibiotics to improve recovery following tonsillectomy: IBN Publindex Publindex is a Colombian bibliographic index for classifying, updating, rating and certifying scientific and technological publications. The use of perioperative antibiotics in tonsillectomy: Burton MJ, Perera R.

The technique performed in all patients was extracapsular tonsillectomy, using monopolar electrocautery in 97 percent and cold knife in 3 percent. Local anaesthetic for post-tonsillectomy pain: An epidemiologic study of lower limit of prevalence.

Serious post-tonsillectomy hemorrhage with and without amibdalectomia outcome in children and adolescents. Is diagnostic tonsillectomy indicated in all children with asymmetrically enlarged tonsils? Cochrane Database of Systematic ReviewsIssue 2. The most common complications are pain, bleeding, delay oral intake and velopharyngeal insufficiency. Standards and Indications for cardiopulmonary sleep studies in children.

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Effect of adenotonsillectomy on middle ear status in children.

The role of adjuvant adenoidectomy and tonsillectomy in the outcome of the insertion of tympanostomy tubes. Pinder D, Hilton M.


Tonsillectomy is a common procedure in Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology. Acta Otolaryngol,pp. The relationship between nasal obstruction and craniofacial growth. Outcome Evaluated by Pre- and Postoperative Polysomnography.

Continuing navigation will be considered as acceptance of this use. Assessment of adenoid size in children by fibreoptic examination.

Clinical assessment of pediatric obstructive sleep apnea. Directory of Open Access Journals DOAJ increases the visibility and ease of use of open access scientific and scholarly journals, aims to be comprehensive and cover all that journals that use a quality control system to guarantee the content. Meta-analysis of the timing of haemorrhage after tonsillectomy: Tonsillectomy was indicated for hypertrophied tonsils that causes airway obstruction in 45 percent of patients, recurrent tonsillitis and hypetrophied tonsils in 27,5 percent, recurrent tonsillitis in 11,4 percent, and asymmetric tonsils 6,7 percent.


Scopus is a bibliographic database publishing summaries and references concerning articles from scientific journals. Nasal respiratory function and craniofacial growth.

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The histological examination reported in most of them reactive follicular hyperplasia, except a case of Burkitt lymphoma whose indication was significant tonsillar asymmetry.

Efficacy of adenoidectomy for recurrent otitis media in children previously treated with timpanostomy-tube placement: Pediatrics, 57pp. An Esp Pediatr, 47pp. It is currently being managed in Colombia by the Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Inadequate analgesic prescription increases secondary post-tonsillectomy bleed rates: Effects of intramuscular and peritonsillar injection of tramadol before tonsillectomy: J Laryngol Otol,pp.

Laryngoscope,pp. Diagnostic and Coding Manual, pp. Laryngoscope Harmonic scalpel tonsillectomy versus monopolar diathermy tonsillectomy: Los resultados fueron analizados indicacioned el programa SPSS Size assessment of adenoid and nasopharyngeal airway by acoustic rhinometry in children. Snoring, apneic episodes, and nocturnal hypoxemia among children 6 months to 6 years old.