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Synonyms for turbinate

any of the scrolled spongy bones of the nasal passages in man and other vertebrates

in the shape of a coil

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A concha bullosa of the middle turbinate most commonly drains into the anterior ethmoid sinus.
Most cases of inferior turbinate hypertrophy are amenable to medical treatment including antihistamines, topical and systemic steroids and allergen avoidance.
The occurrence of osteoma in the middle nasal turbinate is extremely rare, and a review of the literature showed only eight such reported cases (3-10).
As a result of this the turbinates are swollen and become enlarged, a condition referred to as inferior turbinate hypertrophy2.
The detailed morphology of nasal cavity comprising of dorsal nasal turbinate, ventral nasal turbinate, middle nasal turbinate and ethmo-turbinate bones and boundaries were recorded.
It provides significantly improved results in inferior turbinate hypertrophy.
It included 60 patients, diagnosed with allergic or non-allergic chronic rhinitis with inferior turbinate hypertrophy which was refractory to medical therapy.
A concha bullosa is a pneumatised middle turbinate and has a reported prevalence of 34%.
Controversy still exists as to the best or most appropriate method for surgical reduction of the inferior turbinate.
A series of cross profiles (>10), oriented perpendicularly to the region of interest, were analysed for the following target regions: Bulla Ethmoidalis, Lamina Papyracea, Middle Turbinate, Maxillary Wall, Posterior Ethmoid, Uncinate Process and Superior Turbinate.
Steven Houser an ENT specialist in Cleveland Ohio who has been treating ENS sufferers--at times by rebuilding the remains of their turbinate tissue.
About 10%-15% of the population has concha bullosa--an aerated middle turbinate.
Nasal turbinate homogenate from poults exposed to the 4 genotypes of hMPV was injected onto LLC-MK2 cells for virus isolation.
Dost P, Armbruster W Nasal turbinate dislocation caused by nasotracheal intubation.
A second-look procedure is appropriate for those with a lateralized middle turbinate and/or persistent postoperative infection.