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Adenotonsillar Disease: Treatment Comes from Histo-Physio-Pathology $100.00
Authors:  Carmen Aurelia Mogoanta, Elena Ionita and Mogoanta Laurentiu
Abstract:
Waldayer‘s lymphatic ring represents an anatomo-physiological defense structure localized at the gate of both the digestive and respiratory system, with two major roles – reducing the amount of germs that can enter the body and a tampon role between the immune system and different antigens, ensuring a normal and correct differentiation of the B and T lymphocytes. The ring is composed of 6 more or less individualised anatomic structures – 2 palatine tonsils, 2 tubal tonsils, 1 pharyngeal tonsil (Luschka), and a tonsil at the base of the tongue – and a variable amount of disseminated interposed lymphoid follicles. 


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