Sometimes other problems within the nose cause obstruction such as a deviated nasal septum or nasal polyps and these conditions may need surgical treatment.
What does DNS stand for?
DNS stands for Deviated Nasal Septum
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However, given that the growth of the septum continues throughout childhood, our results do not preclude the possibility of a genetic predisposition to the later development of a deviated nasal septum.
An ear, nose and throat specialist said I have a deviated nasal septum and the best treatment is surgery.
It is possible that her perforation occurred for mechanical reasons, such as dryness associated with her deviated nasal septum.
The Breathe Right strip can provide instant drug-free relief of nasal congestion due to colds and allergies, and of breathing difficulties due to a deviated nasal septum, and can be effective in eliminating or reducing snoring.
Mucociliaiy transport and histologic characteristics of the mucosa of deviated nasal septum.
The company also markets the Breathe Right(R) nasal strip, which can provide instant drug-free relief of nasal congestion due to colds and allergies, and of breathing difficulties due to a deviated nasal septum, and can be effective in eliminating or reducing snoring.
Differential diagnoses for patients with nasal congestion Rhinitis Allergic rhinitis Infectious rhinitis (viral or bacterial) Structural Deviated nasal septum Hypertrophic turbinates Nasal valve disorder Lesional Nasal polyps Other neoplasms (e.