A similar difficulty is experienced by children with adenoid growths.
The tissue combining them is known as adenoid or gland-like tissue.
This cushion is formed of what doctors call "adenoid tissue" and is similar to that which makes up the tonsils.
When this adenoid tissue grows abnormally large it forms what are known as "adenoids."
A section through the nose and mouth: A, adenoid growth; P, soft palate; T, right tonsil.
There is no need to attempt removal of adenoid tissue on the lateral walls.
This adenoid tissue acts as a filter for the fluid passing through it.
At the conclusion of the film Kedzie was saddened by a ballad sung by an adenoid tenor.
Adenoid growths appear as grape-like lymphoid formations located in the upper and posterior-nasal pharynx.
A very large majority of these coughs are caused by adenoid growths in the back part of the nose.