Nose

 

Nasoendoscopy

The nasoendoscopy is an examination to screen the health condition of nose, throat, larynx, breath way and esophagus and surrounding tissues.  It can evaluate nose and speech and velopharyngeal function or dysfunction, such as sinusitis, nasal polyp, nasopharyngeal carcinoma, obstructive sleep apnea and hoarseness of voice.

 

During the examination, a flexible tube with a fiber optic camera will be inserted through the nostril and magnified images of nasal structures will be produced. Local anesthesia is required. 

 

Nasal Biopsy

It is a surgical procedure to remove a small tissue from the nose for investigation and diagnosis of local nasal disease and other conditions affecting the nose. It is always used for diagnosis of nasopharyngeal carcinoma and examination of benign or malignant tumors. Nasal biopsy is safe and quick. Removal of tissue is performed with endoscopy guidance and local anesthesia is required.

It is a surgical procedure to remove small tissue from the nose so that the tissue can be checked for disease. 

 

Endoscope-assisted Turbinectomy

The turbinectomy is a procedure to remove some or all of the turbinate bones in the nasal passage.  This procedure is assisted by endoscopy.  The turbinectomy can alleviate nose blockage caused enlarged nasal mucosa and turbinate bone.

 

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