rhinoscopy


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examination of the nasal passages (either through the anterior nares or with a rhinoscope through the nasopharynx)

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The bird was placed under general anesthesia, and rhinoscopy was performed.
On anterior rhinoscopy, there was a mild, nonobstructing, left sided septal deviation with no evidence of active bleeding or septal hematoma.
Nasal polyps were detected by rhinoscopy and excisional biopsy showed small amount of intraepithelial eosinophilic infiltration and subepithelial amyloid deposition.
Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine 3 Rhinoscopy was performed to observe the color of inferior turbinate mucosa and to determine whether the inferior turbinate swelled, whether the middle turbinate was visible and whether polypoid changes existed in the middle turbinate.
Anterior rhinoscopy revealed no intranasal sinus disease.
Otoscopy, rhinoscopy and bronchoscopy in small animal clinics.
Then, collection of larvae and/or puparia in vivo can be performed only if spontaneous expulsion from nasal cavities through nostrils is noticed by pet owners or occurs during a diagnostic procedure such as a rhinoscopy.
Diagnosis is clinical, by anterior rhinoscopy. Treatment requires the complete removal of the existing rhinolith, either by anterior rhinoscopy or nasal endoscopy, although a lateral rhinotomy has been required in some cases.
Diagnosis of the disease is made using anterior rhinoscopy, nasal endoscopy, standard radiography, computerized tomography and magnetic resonance [8, 9].
I was sent to a specialist that did a rhinoscopy, blood work, biopsies, and chest X-rays, and they didn't find anything, but diagnosed Chronic Rhinitis.
Clinical exam via anterior rhinoscopy and nasal endoscopy revealed clear secretions and markedly enlarged inferior turbinates obstructing both nasal cavities.
"If this is an isolated or rare event, then I tell them not to worry about it, but if it is acute, or sudden, in onset, increasing in severity or frequency, then I will recommend more advanced diagnostics such as nasal CT (imaging), rhinoscopy (a procedure in which a small camera is passed into the nasal passages) and possibly nasal biopsy."
On Day 1 of treatment (Visit 1), the investigator documented the detailed medical history and the SSS as well as the PS and conducted a regular rhinoscopy. Videoendoscopy and/or a smell test were optional.