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Rhinoplasty or Septoplasty for Enlarged Turbinate with Deviated Septum?
I have an enlarged turbinate with a deviated septum. In my X-Ray scan, haziness is seen in right frontal sinus. Opacity is seen in left nasal cavity. Nasal septum is deviated to right side.
IMPRESSION: DNS TO RIGHT SIDE C RIGHT FRONTAL SINUSSITIS C OPACITY LEFT NASAL CAVITY? HYPERTROPHIED TUBINATE.
My entire head was throbbing with neck pain and facial swelling. I have to lay on my right side at night to be able to breath out of my left nostril.
My ENT recommend septoplasty surgery but did not say anything about my turbinate reduction. Which surgery will give me permanent relief?
You have sinus disease and need and ENT evaluation
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