Surgery for a Deviated Septum in Babies
Mar20

Surgery for a Deviated Septum in Babies

Surgery for a deviated septum in babies is not a viable treatment option due to a number of reasons. The major problem is the small size of the septum of the child. As a result deviated septum surgery is used if and only if the deviation is very severe, causing a lot of pain and discomfort to the child, all other temporary treatment options have been tried. Deviated Septum Surgery for Babies Septoplasty is the surgery used to treat a...

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Deviated Septum Treatment in Babies
Mar17

Deviated Septum Treatment in Babies

The nasal septum’s sole function is to separate the nostrils equally to allow for easy and smooth flow of air. But the nasal septum is very delicate and can be easily deviated due to a number of reasons. Such a deviated septum can occur in different levels of severity due to different reasons in babies. But unlike adults where treatment of the deviated septum is very easy, in babies (especially new born babies) treatment options are...

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