Typical but Not so Rare

18 years male developed tonsilar hypertrophy since last 1 year with recurrent soar throat. O/E grade -3 tonsilitis with PND with right J.D LAP...FNAC LAP showed reactive lympadenitis...No major relief with Antibiotics, steroid and other supportive treatment... Diagnosis and management

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Go for tonsillectomy

search for root cause dental caries ,inf sinuses chr. ent problem ultimately tonsillectomy

Tonsillectomy is cure for this condition.

As patient has post nasal drip, he is likely to have CRS and needs x Ray PNS. CBC to find out any other Pathology. And treat accordingly

Sinusitis evaluation and Tonselectomy followed by treatment for root cause
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Tonsillectomy

If no response in rec Septic Tonsillitis , means 3-4 attacks in a year, go for Tonsillectomy

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