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nasal

[′nā·zəl]
(anatomy)
Of or pertaining to the nose.
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After one month, all the 13 patients in MAT group had complete relief from nasal obstruction whereas 2 out 12 patients in SMD group were left with mild nasal blockade.
To improve diagnosis and treatment, we review here the evidence-based recommendations for the most common causes of nasal obstruction: rhinitis, rhinosinusitis (RS), drug-induced nasal obstruction, and mechanical/structural abnormalities (TABLE 1 (3-14)).
73effect size, nasal obstruction improved the most, followed by postnasal discharge (1.
Infants with nasal obstructions resulting from upper-airway infections tend to experience frequent oxygen desaturations during sleep, according to a poster presented by Dr.
Using the Medtronic microdebrider, surgeons can remove enough tissue to correct the nasal obstruction and relieve the patient's symptoms while preserving the mucous lining and normal turbinate function.
The swollen inferior turbinates can cause nasal obstruction, resulting in inhalational difficulties, posterior nasal discharge and headache due to decreased aeration of paranasal sinuses1,2.
Among the nasal symptoms, nasal obstruction is the commonest complaint followed by nasal discharge.
By ArthroCare's estimates, there are approximately 182,000 children in the United States who suffer from nasal obstruction and are potential candidates for turbinate reduction.
The magnitude of nasal obstruction in a caudally deviated septum is perplexing predominantly due to the fact that the deviation is bounded laterally by nasal valve area.
Nasal angiofibroma is a highly vascular benign tumour of adolescent male with episodes of epistaxis and nasal obstruction as clinical presentations.
Nasal obstruction is a quality-of-life-impairing condition for which patients see an otorhinolaryngologist.
FACS, from the American British Medical Center, states that in one of the longest-running studies on nasal obstruction, patients treated with the microdebriding technique had excellent resolution of their nasal obstruction, and their long term outcome was similar to subjects with no nasal obstruction.