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The analysis of CT scan pictures showed Deviated nasal septum in 32 (41%), Pansinusitis in 16 (20.
9%) of the patients; the most frequent being the deviated nasal septum 20 (26%) and the Concha bullosa 14 (18.
That 10% difference is mainly noted in cases of gross deviated nasal septum which was blocking the view of the middle turbinate in that corresponding side.
Septoplasty is the surgery for correction of deviated nasal septum under local or general anaesthesia.
A total of 90 patients with inferior turbinate hypertrophy with deviated nasal septum, allergic rhinitis and chronic sinusitis were selected.
Deviated nasal septum and inferior turbinate hypertrophy were most common anatomical variants seen in cases of sinusitis.
Patients in the electrotherapy group had deviated nasal septum (12) and nasal valve collapse caused by trauma (3), previous rhinoplasty (3), and idiopathic weakness of nasal muscles (2).
The parameters used for correlation were- Deviated Nasal Septum, Inferior Turbinate Hypertrophy, Middle Turbinate abnormalities, Concha Bullosa, Agger Nasi cells, Haller cells, Frontal recess, Infundibulum, Hiatus semilunaris, Uncinate process attachment, Intrasinus mucosal disease of Maxillary, Ethmoids, Frontal and Sphenoid detailed history, clinical examination and routine investigations were done for the patients.
Mucociliaiy transport and histologic characteristics of the mucosa of deviated nasal septum.
5) in this study we had taken 5 questions of the 20 that best suited the symptoms of deviated nasal septum.
The most common structural abnormality is a deviated nasal septum, which can cause a sensation of chronic unilateral nasal congestion or congestion that fluctuates with the nasal cycle.