Nasal polyp surgery

 
As you know, nasal polyp surgeries today have found many supporters. In fact, nose surgery is done with the aim of eliminating the problems of nasal congestion. In this surgery, the doctor first examines the patient and then examines the nasal congestion and speaks of the outcome that the patient desires. Given his nose form, bony nose surgery  may be performed to ultimately result in nasal congestion. However, nose surgery can also be performed with goals other than beauty. Nasal polyposis is one of these actions It can resolve nasal congestion problems and, if nasal polyps are large, nasal polyp should be performed.


What is a nasal polyp?


The inner layer that covers the nose is a mucus that sometimes causes excessive growth of the mucous membrane due to environmental or heritable causes, causing it to disappear. These additional tissues are called nasal polynephritis, these polyps grow so much that they absorb the nasal space and cause difficulty breathing the patient. Because the flow of air entering and leaving the polyps is slightly more complex. Accepts almost all patients with this complication of complications of nasal congestion.
Nasal polyps

nasal polyp surgery


Features of nasal polyps

 

The nasal polyps are usually colorless or grayish, originating from the same mucus and nose. Nasal polyps are usually found in many different sizes, seen on either side or on the sides of the nose. Although they may only be seen on a single nose. The appearance of nasal polyps is similar to grape seed. The nasal polyps are most commonly seen in adults, and if the size of the nose is too large, the patient can see it in front of the mirror. Or it can be inserted into the pharynx from the back of the nose, and if the patient opens his mouth, it can be seen inside the loop.


Types of nasal polyp


Most polyps are seen in the middle of the antenna, because they originate from the anterior atomistic sinus
Polyps originating from the posterior atomic sinuses are upright and posterior.
The large polyps of maxillary sinus, which may fill the entire nasal cavity and advance from the posterior nasal hole to the throat (entrocoval polyps).
If the doctor is using a special tool for the nasal polyps, they can move and move slightly. The polyp is gray or colorless, but the tent is red, the polyps are moveable, but the tent is fixed and You can not move it, the toe of the tent is painful, but touching the polyps does not create pain for the patient.


Symptoms of nasal polyp

 

If the size of the nasal polyps is small, you may not see any signs of it because the polyps are a soft tissue and may not cause significant changes or sensitivities. But as they grow or disperse, they develop a lot of different symptoms at a low rate that initially causes your nose to sniff. Some nasal polyposis symptoms are mentioned in the following:
Nasal congestion
Rhinorrhea
Pain in various parts of the face and sinuses
Headache that is more in the forehead
Snoring in the dream
Sleep disturbance caused by blockage of nasal passages.
If these symptoms last for more than one to two weeks, you should consult an ENT specialist.
Diagnosis of nasal polyp

An ENT specialist, given the symptoms you see, may make you likely to have nasal polyps, with a simple, unannounced examination of the lower part of the nasal hole to see a big potential polyps. But smaller polyps or sinus polyps that are not visible to the eye are detected in a process called nasal endoscopy.
Nose endoscopy: Nose endoscopy is a flexible, thin film that has a small camera and a lamp to help them see clearly the tissues. After the tubes slowly enter one of the holes, the specialist can look more closely. Have nostrils to examine the condition of the polyps. In addition, using the nose endoscopy, you can check for inflammation in the sinuses.

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