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nasal

[′nā·zəl]
(anatomy)
Of or pertaining to the nose.
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Nasal obstruction is typically caused by enlargement of the inferior nasal turbinates-small, shelf-like structures within the nose.
Two years of follow-up revealed a patent nasal airway and no nasal obstruction.
9) However, it commonly causes a variety of symptoms including facial pain, headache, nasal obstruction, nasal discharge, nasal bleeding, recurrent sinusitis, foul smell, and anosmia.
All patients whose refractory nasal obstruction resulted from chronic hypertrophy of the inferior turbinates were candidates for inclusion.
Such procedures may include turbinate surgery for nasal obstructions, Coblation-channeling procedures for airway obstructions, and tonsillectomies.
Postoperatively, the nasal obstruction resolved and the patient did well.
This funding is further validation of our technology which has the potential to provide relief for millions of patients suffering from nasal obstruction.
Inferior turbinate surgery: an adjunct to successful treatment of nasal obstruction in 408 patients.
With TC treatment 100% relief was reported from sneezing in 83% patients, in 69% from nasal discharge, in 61% from nasal obstruction and in 71% from nasal pruritus.
Among the topics are hearing impairment in adults, vertigo and imbalance, nasal obstruction and smell disorders, snoring and obstructive sleep apnea, and head and neck swellings.
You must see your GP in the first instance if you want to be referred to an ENT specialist to discuss treatment, but balloon sinuplasty will generally benefit people suffering from: Facial pain, a feeling of pressure, congestion or fullness around the nose; chronic nasal congestion; nasal obstruction or blockage; nasal discharge/purulence; loss of smell or taste; headache; fatigue; dental pain; halitosis (bad breath) ?
Adenoid hypertrophy (AH) is described as the non-physiological enlargement of the nasopharyngeal tonsils which may lead to nasal obstruction.