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Clinical aspects of chronic ENT inflammation in children

(2012) B-ENT. 8(suppl. 19). p.83-101
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In children, all ENT cavities are particularly prone to the development of chronic inflammation. This is due to many predisposing factors, of which the most common are unfavourable anatomy, absence of nasal blowing, day care attendance, allergy, immature immunity, gastro-oesophageal reflux and tobacco smoke exposure. The aim of this paper is to outline the most specific paediatric clinical aspects of chronic pharyngo-tonsillitis, rhinosinusitis, otitis media, adenoiditis and laryngotracheitis and the important influence that some of these pathologies exert on the others.
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tonsillitis, Pharyngitis, rhinosinusitis, otitis media, tympanic membrane, adenoiditis, laryngotracheitis, trigger factors, inflammation, SUPPURATIVE OTITIS-MEDIA, MIDDLE-EAR, INFECTIOUS-MONONUCLEOSIS, CHRONIC RHINOSINUSITIS, CONGENITAL CHOLESTEATOMA, RECURRENT TONSILLITIS, SECRETORY OTITIS, RISK-FACTORS, MANAGEMENT, ADENOIDECTOMY

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Mansbach, A-L, P Brihaye , G Casimir , Ingeborg Dhooge, F Gordts , S Halewyck, L Hanssens, et al. 2012. “Clinical Aspects of Chronic ENT Inflammation in Children.” B-ent 8 (suppl. 19): 83–101.
APA
Mansbach, A.-L., Brihaye , P., Casimir , G., Dhooge, I., Gordts , F., Halewyck, S., Hanssens, L., et al. (2012). Clinical aspects of chronic ENT inflammation in children. B-ENT, 8(suppl. 19), 83–101.
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Mansbach A-L, Brihaye P, Casimir G, Dhooge I, Gordts F, Halewyck S, et al. Clinical aspects of chronic ENT inflammation in children. B-ENT. 2012;8(suppl. 19):83–101.
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Mansbach, A-L, P Brihaye , G Casimir , et al. “Clinical Aspects of Chronic ENT Inflammation in Children.” B-ENT 8.suppl. 19 (2012): 83–101. Print.
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  abstract     = {In children, all ENT cavities are particularly prone to the development of chronic inflammation. This is due to many predisposing factors, of which the most common are unfavourable anatomy, absence of nasal blowing, day care attendance, allergy, immature immunity, gastro-oesophageal reflux and tobacco smoke exposure.
The aim of this paper is to outline the most specific paediatric clinical aspects of chronic pharyngo-tonsillitis, rhinosinusitis, otitis media, adenoiditis and laryngotracheitis and the important influence that some of these pathologies exert on the others.},
  author       = {Mansbach, A-L and Brihaye , P and Casimir , G and Dhooge, Ingeborg and Gordts , F and Halewyck, S and Hanssens, L and Lemkens, N and Lemkens, P and Leupe, P and Mulier, S and VAN CROMBRUGGE, LEEN and Van Der Veken, P and Van Hoecke, Helen},
  issn         = {0001-6497},
  journal      = {B-ENT},
  keyword      = {tonsillitis,Pharyngitis,rhinosinusitis,otitis media,tympanic membrane,adenoiditis,laryngotracheitis,trigger factors,inflammation,SUPPURATIVE OTITIS-MEDIA,MIDDLE-EAR,INFECTIOUS-MONONUCLEOSIS,CHRONIC RHINOSINUSITIS,CONGENITAL CHOLESTEATOMA,RECURRENT TONSILLITIS,SECRETORY OTITIS,RISK-FACTORS,MANAGEMENT,ADENOIDECTOMY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {suppl. 19},
  pages        = {83--101},
  title        = {Clinical aspects of chronic ENT inflammation in children},
  volume       = {8},
  year         = {2012},
}

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