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nasal

[′nā·zəl]
(anatomy)
Of or pertaining to the nose.
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* A difference in spirometry findings pre- and postoperatively depending on age group, gender, and duration of nasal obstruction.
Adult cases with nasal obstruction who reported in the ear, nose and throat (ENT) department in the above mentioned period were included in the study.
Bilateral nasal obstruction was the most frequent presenting symptom seen in all the subjects (100%) followed by postnasal drip (92.5%), excessive sneezing (72.0%), rhinorrhea (67.5%) and loss of sense of smell (63.7%) as shown in table-III.
Patients with chronic nasal obstruction due to bilateral inferior turbinate hypertrophy refractory to medical therapy with or without deviated nasal septum.
The goal of this study was to answer the hypothesis whether septum deviation that causes nasal obstruction really affects the ET function and middle ear ventilation.
DNS may cause nasal obstruction and symptoms of rhinosinusitis such as nasal discharge and epistaxis.
by Dr Shalini Balakrishnan Allergic rhinitis is a condition where there is sneezing, nasal itching, and nasal obstruction.
In the article, "Improving your approach to nasal obstruction" (J Fam Pract.
The patients and controls reported symptoms as nasal obstruction, headache, facial pain, facial pressure, reduced sense of smell, nasal discharge, sneezing, coughing, snoring, oral breathing, and reduced general condition on a 100 mm visual analog scale (VAS).
According to Spirox, the study showed that the device provides a significant reduction in nasal obstruction symptoms in patients with nasal valve collapse and that early improvements were maintained through one year.
Background: Nasal obstruction is the most common presenting complaint in ENT practice.