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Tonsillitis - Springer Nature

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Last Updated: 18 June 2022

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Quality of life after tonsillectomy in adult patients with recurrent acute tonsillitis: a systematic review

"Purpose" is a measurable outcome indicator used to determine the appropriateness of life in adult patients with tonsillectomy due to recurrent acute tonsillitis and their associated recurrent acute tonsillitis, and the aim of this systematic review was to determine which set of guidelines for tonsillectomy in adult RT patients is the most appropriate, using QOL as the outcome measure. The effect of elective tonsillectomy in adult RT patients using any QOL assessment device was discovered less than six months after surgery was included. Patients in Group 2 studies had significantly higher QOL scores as compared to patients in Group 2 studies. Conclusions Adult patients undergoing tonsillectomy due to radiotherapy improved QOL 6u201384 months after surgery. Patients in studies with a minimum number of tonsillitis episodes were found in tonsillectomy studies with less stringent criteria than those included in studies with less stringent criteria were more likely than those included in studies with less stringent criteria.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00405-022-07260-7

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