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The patient elected to undergo nasal septal reconstruction and powered partial resection of the left concha bullosa.
The concha bullosa of the middle turbinate is the most commonly seen anatomic variant of the middle nasal concha.
Conditions such as concha hypertrophy, unilateral-bilateral concha bullosa, septal deviation, nasal crest cases that were suspected to cause occlusion and obstruction in the nasal passageway based on preoperative imaging and perioperative evaluations were treated by surgical endoscopy.
In this regard, one study indicated that there is a probable association between concha bullosa or septal deviation and rhinosinusitis.
There are no previously reported cases of JOF arising from a concha bullosa or middle turbinate.
Concha bullosa occurred in 1231% and paradoxical bending of the middle turbinate in 10-22% of the Caucasian group and in 4-13% and 5-8%, respectively in the Chinese group.
Pneumatization of the nasal turbinates is a common anatomic variant that most frequently occurs as a concha bullosa of the middle turbinate.
9%) of the patients; the most frequent being the deviated nasal septum 20 (26%) and the Concha bullosa 14 (18.
The parameters used for correlation were- Deviated Nasal Septum, Inferior Turbinate Hypertrophy, Middle Turbinate abnormalities, Concha Bullosa, Agger Nasi cells, Haller cells, Frontal recess, Infundibulum, Hiatus semilunaris, Uncinate process attachment, Intrasinus mucosal disease of Maxillary, Ethmoids, Frontal and Sphenoid detailed history, clinical examination and routine investigations were done for the patients.
Concha bullosa is an aerated turbinate in the nose.
Concha bullosa of inferior turbinate is an extremely rare anatomic malformation.
1) One of the most common pneumatized nasal structures is the middle nasal turbinate, forming a concha bullosa of the middle turbinate.
CT determines the distribution, extent of disease and detection of anatomic variations (like septal deviation, spur formation, concha bullosa, paradoxical middle turbinate, etc.