Breath Odors of Nasal and Pharyngeal Origin – Chronic Sinusitis, Chronic Caseous Tonsillitis, Craniofacial Anomalies


According to reports from various multidisciplinary breath odor clinics around the world, some 4–8% of breath odor cases are ENT-related conditions (Quirynen et al. 2009; Seemann et al. 2006). These include nasal and pharyngeal infections and conditions such as: chronic sinusitis, chronic (…

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