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Learn about the Ear, Nose, Throat (ENT) Fast Pass process for surgery at Arkansas Children's Hospital. Fast Pass scheduling and surgery is available for a rage of ENT conditions like removing tonsils, adenoids, ear tubes and other common conditions.
Tonsillitis and adenoiditis can occur when these tissues fight infections, sometimes causing the adenoids and tonsils get infected and inflamed.
Sinusitis is an inflammation that happens when the drainage system for the sinuses becomes blocked, allowing bacteria, viruses, and fungi to grow and cause infection.
Laryngomalacia is a congenital condition where the tissues of the larynx get soft. This is the most common cause of noisy breathing in infants.