Hypertrophy, or, more simply, enlarged tonsils is quite common in children under 10–12 years old. Adults suffer from this pathology much less often.
Before we talk about hypertrophy of the tonsils, we must understand what the tonsils are and what role they play in the body. Continue reading
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