Dr. Kapil Kumar Singh, Dr. Manvee Tomar, Dr. Amit Kumar Bansal
Objective: To determine if symptoms improve following isolated tonsillectomy for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) patient. Study Design: Cross sectional study Methods: 48 patients were included in the study. All the patients who came to ENT Department, LLRM, Medical College were categorized according to age and chief complaints. Statistical analysis was done. Results: In our study, Majority of patients were of 6 to 16 yrs of age group. Majority of the patients were male (27 out of 48). All the patients had snoring as a common complaint. 38 patients had sore throat. Apnea is present in 38 patients out of all the patients. Conclusion: Isolated tonsillectomy can be successful as treatment for adult OSA, especially among patients with large.
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