Rhinology is a field in medicine dealing with disorders of the nasal cavity and sinuses
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Functional Endoscopic Sinusitis Surgery improves structural anomalies within the nose to improve chronic sinusitis and associated breathing problems.
Septoplasty is the procedure for correcting the disfigured septum, allowing for improved airflow through the nose.
Turbinates are responsible for cleansing the air passing through the nostrils.Turbinates reduction surgery is done to fix blocked airways and improve breathing.
Stuffy nose, watery eyes, sneezing, etc. are the symptoms of a nose infection, which if left untreated can cause severe health complications including breathing problems, recurrent headaches, and sinusitis. In most cases, a nasal infection may result from bacterial growth and causes formation of crusts and bleeding when they come off. Nose infections are mostly acute and may develop because of fungal, bacterial, or viral infection.
Breathing problems describe discomfort when you can’t draw a complete breath. There are several factors that can lead to breathing problems. Some people have trouble breathing when they get cold or have allergies. Others have difficulty breathing due to sinusitis. Breathing problems can be long-term or chronic and cause a host of symptoms such as shallow breathing, labored breathing, wheezing, cough, chest congestion, watery eyes, itchy nose, runny nose, and nasal congestion. If left untreated, breathing problems can make your life miserable.
The sinuses are a connected system of hollow cavities (filled with air) in the skull. They are lined with pink, soft tissue called mucosa and are empty except for a thin layer of mucus. Sinusitis occurs when the soft tissue lining becomes inflamed. Healthy sinuses are hollow; however, when they are blocked and filled with fluid due to inflammation, it can cause an accumulation of germs that ultimately results in infection. Sinusitis needs to be treated at an early stage. If left untreated, it can cause several serious complications including problems with vision and certain neurological disorders in your children.
A deviated nasal septum is a condition where the cartilage and bone dividing the nasal cavity goes significantly off-centered, making breathing difficult. In some cases, people suffer from a deviated septum by birth, and in other cases, it is developed after an injury to the nose. When the deviated nose is severe, it can reduce airflow by blocking one side of your nose, which leads to difficulty in breathing. In some cases, the deviated nasal septum can cause from swelling of the tissues lining the nose. Although treatment for deviated nasal septum is surgery, nasal obstruction can be treated with medications.
Nasal polyps are painless, fleshy, soft growths on the nose lining or the paranasal sinuses. The nasal polyps hang down like teardrops and are a result of inflammation caused due to certain immune disorders, drug sensitivity, allergies, recurring infection, or asthma. Small growths may not cause symptoms; however, a group of nasal polyps can lead to breathing problems by blocking the nasal passages. Symptoms may include frequent infections, lost sense of smell, and breathing problems. In most cases, medication can help shrink or eliminate growth. However, surgery is required when there is excessive growth.