Technique and instruments commonly employed for removal of foreign body in ear were Crocodile micro ear forceps under microscope and Rose Eustachian tube catheter by anterior rhinoscopy
in nose similar to the various techniques described by Davis et al.
A diagnosis of rhinolithiasis may be solely clinical, occurring after direct visualization by anterior rhinoscopy
or nasal endoscopy.
and endoscopic examination of the left side of nose indicated a prominent swelling of the mucous membrane of the nose without polypoid changes.
On anterior rhinoscopy
there were congestive hyperemia of nasal mucosa on both sides.
can be performed using a light or otoscope to inspect the anterior nasal cavity.
can usually identify signs that are consistent with inflammation in CRS, such as purulent drainage, polyps, and polypoid changes.
Patients who had a nasal septum deformity revealed by anterior rhinoscopy
or endoscopic nasal examination were eligible for the study.
Clinical examination was done by anterior rhinoscopy
and Diagnostic Nasal Endoscopy in all patients.
Pre- and postoperatively, anterior rhinoscopy
was performed to analyze mucosal status, and mucociliary clearance was measured by using the saccharin transit time (STT) method.
Clinical examination revealed on Anterior Rhinoscopy
, a firm reddish mass in 20 patients, a mass on Posterior Rhinoscopy in 21 patients; 05 patients presented with cheek swelling and 04 with a bulging mass in the Nasopharynx (Table 6).
examination showed septal deviation in 36.
The physical examination revealed a right-sided, reddish mass on anterior rhinoscopy
Examination should include anterior rhinoscopy
and rigid endoscopy.
detected a smooth, well-demarcated, protruding, 0.
All the above patients were first thoroughly examined in Outpatient Department by Anterior Rhinoscopy
with Bull's eye lamp.