Adenoids, popularly known as nasal polyps, are a mass of lymphoid tissue in the throat at the back of the nose. For patients who often contract upper respiratory tract infections or suffer from allergies, adenoids can get enlarged causing various health issues and discomfort in everyday life.
Septal reconstruction (septoplasty) is a type of surgery to eliminate respiratory function disorders. A deviated nasal septum can be congenital or acquired as a result of injury to the nose, or due to nasal valve pathology or nasal turbinate hypertrophy. A deviated nasal septum may cause various health disorders, such as snoring, chronic rhinorrhea, obstructed breathing. It may also affect cardiac and digestive systems. Reconstruction of the nasal septum not only facilitates breathing, but also prevents serious medical conditions.
Tonsil removal (tonsillectomy) is a surgery to remove the part of palatine tonsils which obstruct nose breathing, cause snoring, obstructive sleep apnoea or lead to chronic tonsillitis (chronic focus of infection in tonsillar niches with exacerbations of the disease 3-4 times per year).