NHS should return to the 1950s and take out more tonsils to avoid repeat cases of sore throats, say doctors Finnish study finds tonsillectomies reduce pharyngitisAbout 200,000 children a year had tonsils out in 1950sNow figure has dropped to 29,000 procedures a year By Helen Lawson PUBLISHED: 05:07 GMT, 3 April 2013 | UPDATED: 07:47 GMT, 3 April 2013 The NHS should remove more tonsils to avoid repeated cases of severely sore throats, according to British doctors.
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Nine out of 10 NHS Trusts are 'rationing operations' Two thirds of trusts limited cataract surgeryMore than half limited hip and knee operationsHealth Minister calls restrictions 'totally unacceptable' | UPDATED: 10:56 GMT, 19 June 2012 NHS hospitals are rationing the number of operations they perform to balance their budgets.
Boy, 4, went into hospital to have his tonsils out and died after 15,000-to-one complication, drowning in his own blood Oakley Gould died after he suffered cardio-respiratory failure when his lungs filled up after a 'catastrophic bleed' from a tiny artery | UPDATED: 07:29 GMT, 12 June 2012 A four-year-old boy who went into hospital to have his tonsils out died after drowning in his own blood as a result of a 15,000-to-one complication, an inquest heard.
Robot arm helps surgeons treat mouth cancer in just one hour – and with no scars | UPDATED: 21:46 GMT, 9 June 2012 No pain: Stephan Spiriak was home within a week of having the operation Pioneering robotic surgery is allowing doctors to remove cancer in the mouth without leaving a scar.
Mouth cancer cases soar above 6,000 a year for the first time, figures reveal, thanks to rise in oral sexOral cancer cases have risen above 6,000 a year | UPDATED: 08:19 GMT, 16 March 2012 On the increase: Oral cancer cases have reached 6,000 a year for the first time, with two thirds of new cases being among men Oral cancer cases have risen above 6,000 a year for the first time, figures revealed today.
The pen is mightier than the stomach: Woman who swallowed pen 25 years ago has it removed… and it still works! We”ve all lost pens down the back of a sofa but one woman managed to misplace one for 25 years – after she swallowed it by accident. The surprising find only came to light after the 76-year-old woman visited her doctor suffering from weight loss and diarrhoea