deviated nasal septum

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abnormal shift in location of the nasal septum

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Anatomical variations like deviated nasal septum can predispose to chronic rhinosinusitis.
Sinonasal diseases like rhinosinusitis, nasal polyps, deviated nasal septum and allergic rhinitis were specifically looked for.
The scans were reviewed for the presence of deviated nasal septum, paradoxical middle turbinate, Haller cell, Onodi cell, and pneumatisation of the middle turbinate and uncinate process.
On nasal endoscopy, deviated nasal septum was noted in 65% of the patients and in CT PNS, it was noted in 82% of the patients.
Patients having deviated nasal septum nasal polyps history of previous turbinate surgeries those undergoing combined septal and turbinate surgery and children below 16 years were excluded from the study.
A 50-year-old female, known case of hypertension, diabetes and deviated nasal septum, was referred to our clinic with complains of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) rhinorroehoea for 6-7 years from her right nostril.
The mass lesions of nose is the second commonest cause of nasal obstruction, the first being the deviated nasal septum with allergy.
Anterior rhinoscopy showed a deviated nasal septum to the left side and inferior turbinate hypertrophy.
A total of 200 patients with symptomatic deviated nasal septum (DNS) were included from general population including army personnel reporting to ENT OPD.
Surgery on deviated nasal septum starts from radical septal resection to mucosal preservation and preservation of septal framework.
However, given that the growth of the septum continues throughout childhood, our results do not preclude the possibility of a genetic predisposition to the later development of a deviated nasal septum.
DM, HTN, TB, Scleroma, Syphilis and patients having nasal obstruction due to other causes like deviated nasal septum (DNS), Nasal polyposis , Mass in nasal cavity (benign or malignant)
It is possible that her perforation occurred for mechanical reasons, such as dryness associated with her deviated nasal septum.
Of 339 patients, the primary diagnosed diseases along with their co-existent conditions were 66 Deviated Nasal Septum (DNS), 54 maxillary sinusitis, 47 ethmoid sinusitis, 44 Inferior Turbinate Hypertrophy (ITH), 35 maxillary sinus-mucosal hypertrophy, 28 frontal sinusitis, 20 ethmoidal polyp, 14 antrochoanal polyp, 12 nasal mass, 9 nasopharyngeal mass, 5 concha bullosa, 3 pansinusitis and 2 sphenoid sinusitis (Fig.