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Hypertrophy of tonsil and turbinate

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Description Of Condition:

One side of the tonsil has been hypertrophic for many years, and allergic rhinitis has turned into chronic rhinitis and turbinate hypertrophy (I have done rhinoscope, sinus CT, etc.). At present, the symptoms are snoring, occasional apnea, often stuffy in the lower nostril when sleeping, and my breathing feeling is not very smooth at ordinary times. Visually, the hypertrophy of the right tonsil should be secondary, with pits on the surface and small on the other side. The soft palate droops, hindering breathing. Do not want surgery, want to first conservative treatment through Chinese patent medicine for a period of time to see the effect.

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