Special Topic Issue: ORL 2007, Vol. 69, No. 6 Tonsillectomy is one of the most common procedures performed under general anesthesia in children. This special issue presents review articles written by renowned pediatric otolaryngologists who discuss diagnostics, therapies, outcomes and possible complications of tonsillectomy. Further contributions resume the history of tonsillectomy and compare current and former practices. Emphasis is given to the latest surgical techniques which are discussed in detail. Also etiology and management of sleep apnea in children are reviewed. This unique publication provides a comprehensive educational treasure for all medical students, residents as well as physicians in training. It gives an update on the state of the art to otolaryngologists and pediatricians, and is a guideline to all medical and paramedical personnel involved in the care of children suffering from snoring, sleep apnea, tonsillar hypertrophy or even behavioral and learning disorders.
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