Lymph tissue at the back of the nose.
A mass of lymph (tonsil-like) tissue surrounding the Eustachian tubes in the back of the throat and/or nasopharynx.
Pieces of tissue found at the back of the nose which is associated with the lymphatic system
the pharyngeal tonsils
Enlarged masses of lymphatic tissue behind the nose that may obstruct breathing.
Glands or lymphoid tissue in the upper part of throat below the nose, also known as the pharyngeal tonsil.
lymphatic tissue forming a prominence of the wall of the pharyngeal recess of the nasopharynx
The collection of lymphatic tissue at the rear of the nose. Enlargement of the adenoids because of repeated throat infections can cause difficulty in breathing through the nose and may necessitate their surgical removal.
Glandular swellings of lymphoid tissue at the back of the nose that help protect against infection
two pieces of tissue located behind the nose that often become enlarged in childhood. This can lead to problems with breathing.
Spongy tissue located in the nasopharyngeal area. Overly enlarged adenoids often cause individuals to breathe through the mouth rather than the nose. This causes a loss of the benefits of warmth and moistness obtained through nose breathing.
Glands or lymphoid tissue in the upper part of the throat behind the nose.
(pharyngeal tonsil) - lymphoid tissue located in the upper part of the throat behind the nose.
Masses of lymphoid tissue in the upper part of throat behind the nose.
The tissue that sits in the back of the nose. Large adenoids can lead to blockage of sinus drainage and thus sinus infections.
Glandular tissue in the back of the throat that may swell, especially during childhood, obstruct breathing and speaking, and lead to ear infections.