Inferior Turbinate Hypertrophy and Functional Rhinoplasty
Oct15

Inferior Turbinate Hypertrophy and Functional Rhinoplasty

Functional rhinoplasty is a type of rhinoplasty that is done with one purpose, to improve the patient’s breathing through the nose. One of the most common reasons or indications for a patient to undergo functional rhinoplasty is an abnormality to the patient’s anatomical structures of the nose. However, not all abnormalities of the nose’s anatomical structures will need to be corrected through functional rhinoplasty. If abnormalities...

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Does A Deviated Septum & Obstructive Sleep Apnea Make Exercise Difficult
Jun22

Does A Deviated Septum & Obstructive Sleep Apnea Make Exercise Difficult

Deviated Septum & OSA Consequences Deviated septum causes heavy and obstructive breathing and so does sleep apnea. These two mostly create problem in breathing and makes a sufferer feel uneasy. To do a running exercise, it becomes very necessary to breathe properly and your airway passage must not be blocked as it may create serious problem. A person with such breathing issues undergoes a lot of trouble while performing exercises...

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