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Synonyms for nasal

a consonant produced through the nose with the mouth closed

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an elongated rectangular bone that forms the bridge of the nose

of or in or relating to the nose

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sounding as if the nose were pinched

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Conclusion: Patients with ventilated nasal packs were found to have better tolerance to nasal packs due to less nasal obstruction and sleep disturbance.
All the patients with chief complaint of nasal obstruction around 170 were reviewed in ENT OPD, but only 50 patients underwent the study out of 67 patients met the inclusion criteria of the study.
Patients experienced a reduction in nasal obstruction symptoms of 53.
KEYWORDS: Cryosurgery; Diathermy; Hypertrophy; Turbinates; Nasal obstruction.
He reported no epistaxis, unilateral rhinorrhea, or significant nasal obstruction.
Results: Nasal obstruction frequency and severity scores in patients treated with both radiofrequency and lateral displacement on post-operative days 3, 5 and 7 were found to be significantly lower (p(less than)0.
When the cause of nasal obstruction is allergic rhinitis (with associated hypertrophied tonsils, adenoids and inferior turbinates), a systematic programme of treatment is indicated.
Patients who complain mainly of bilateral nasal obstruction were included.
There Is an Option for Children With Chronic Nasal Obstruction Who Fail Medical Management
Snoring worsens with age, obesity, alcohol intake, smoking and nasal obstruction.
Garay, the short-lived benefit of OTC decongestant sprays may create a pattern of overuse and dependence for the user that could result in chronic nasal obstruction.
Nasal obstruction, postnasal drip, and facial congestion were the most common complaints; they were reported by 84%, 82%, and 79% of patients, respectively.
Nasal dilators, mechanical devices created to provide relief for nasal obstruction, have become popular among professional and recreational athletes.
Prior to their report, Saferstein (4) described the case of a woman with acute bronchopulmonary aspergillosis and nasal obstruction, and Millar et al (5) reported 5 cases of sinusitis with histologic features of acute bronchopulmonary aspergillosis.