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nasal

[′nā·zəl]
(anatomy)
Of or pertaining to the nose.
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Those patients who continued to suffer from significant nasal deviation were offered septo-rhinoplasty after 6 months in adult patients and pediatric cases were advised to do it later by the age of 18 years.
Signs and symptoms associated with nasal tooth include nasal obstruction, nasal discharge, abscess, ulceration, recurrent epistaxis, rhinitis caseosa, oronasal fistula, chronic sinusitis, facial pain, headaches, external nasal deviation, speech problems and occasionally no symptoms.
Therefore, close observation of neonates with nasal deviation is recommended.