deviated nasal septum

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abnormal shift in location of the nasal septum

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All adults (>15 years of age) complaining of nasal obstruction and with deviated nasal septum, nasal polyposis and turbinate hypertrophy were included in the study.
Effectiveness of septoplasty versus nonsurgical management for nasal obstruction due to a deviated nasal septum in adults: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial.
Only the ewe with severe facial distortion and deviated nasal septum could not be saved due to advanced nature of condition.
A deviated nasal septum means the cartilage and skin partition between your nostrils is crooked.
About the main ENT diseases, he said nasal allergy, ear discharge, deviated nasal septum, nasal polyps, vertigo and hearing loss are common in our society.
This suggests that the angulation of the hard palate is caused by the deviated nasal septum rather than the reduced volume of the maxillary sinus, since the presence or absence of an angulation of the hard palate caused no significant differences in the volume of the maxillary sinus.
On examination, there was deviated nasal septum towards right and active bleeding was present from the right nasal cavity.
All patients between the age group of 18-55 years of both the sexes with symptomatic deviated nasal septum were included in this study.
For example, a person with a deviated nasal septum, enlarged tonsils and adenoids, or a small lower jaw that causes the throat to be too narrow might benefit from surgery.
Key Words: Chronic suppurative otitis media, impacted ear wax, Deviated nasal septum, Allergic rhinitis, Health care seeking pattern
About the leading diseases of NET, Dr Sami said that nasal allergy, ear discharge, deviated nasal septum,nasal polyps,vertigo and hearing loss are common diseases in our society.
They included fine-needle aspiration, incision and drainage of abscesses and cysts, removal of cysts, wick placement, laceration repair, treatment of soft-tissue injuries, biopsies and repair, excisional and brush biopsies, release of lingual frenulum, treatment of mucoceles, endoscopy, flexible laryngoscopy, videostroboscopy, drug therapy, uvulectomy, treatment of dysphagia and reflux, foreign body removal, myringoplasty, micro-otoscopy and photo documentation, mastoid cleansing, postoperative care, intertympanic steroid injection, Epley maneuver, polypectomy, epistaxis control, repair of deviated nasal septum, coblation under local anesthesia, closed reduction of nasal fractures, and many more.
"Other causes of nose bleeding are trauma, recurrent infections in the nose, sinuses and bony abnormalities inside the nose like deviated nasal septum," Dr Hydrose said.
Infections are the most common cause of chronic sinusitis, although allergies and anatomical problems, such as a deviated nasal septum and nasal polyps, also may contribute.
One or more types of anatomical variants were observed in 40 (51.9%) of the patients; the most frequent being the deviated nasal septum 20 (26%) and the Concha bullosa 14 (18.2%).