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Navigating Complications and Risks in Endoscopic CSF Leak Repair

Understanding Nasal CSF Leaks and Rhinorrhea: Exploring Cerebrospinal Fluid Dynamics Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) is crucial in cushioning the brain and spinal cord within the protective dura mater. However, when a breach occurs in this barrier, CSF can seep into the sinus cavities, leading to what’s known as CSF rhinorrhea. CSF Rhinorrhea: Differentiating Symptoms and Characteristics […]

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Your Guide to Recovery and Aftercare Following Endoscopic CSF Leak Repair

What is Endoscopic CSF Leak Repair Endoscopic CSF leak repair addresses the issue of cerebrospinal fluid leakage originating from a breach in the protective dura mater surrounding the brain and spinal cord. A nasal endoscope is inserted inside to navigate the nasal passages to find the breach in the dura mater commonly found at the

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Dental and Sinus connection.

Chronic Sinusitis and Dental Health: Understanding the Link and Oral Care Tips

Key Takeaways: Sinus Infection Tooth Pain: How They Are Linked Sinuses are spaces in your skull. They warm and moisten the air so that they are fit for you to breathe in. The largest sinuses are above your upper back teeth or upper molar teeth. They are called the maxillary sinuses. When the maxillary sinuses

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Pregnant Woman with Rhinitis.

Managing Rhinitis During Pregnancy: Tips and Precautions

Key Takeaways  What is Pregnancy Rhinitis?  Pregnancy rhinitis is a condition of nasal symptoms during pregnancy. The mucus linings inside the nose get inflamed due to hormonal changes as the pregnant body’s immune system adjusts to how it reacts to foreign bodies. Here are the characteristics of pregnancy rhinitis: Continuing below, we answer the common

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Complications of Untreated Nasal Polyps: Potential Risks and Long-Term Effects

Understanding Nasal Polyps and Their Impact on Health Nasal polyps are soft, noncancerous growths inside the nose and sinuses. They hang like drops or pears, partially obstructing the nasal airway. Nasal polyps form because of constant irritation of the internal lining of the nose from allergies, asthma, and other chronic or long-lasting inflammatory diseases. Nasal

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Deviated nasal septum before and after septoplasty surgery comparison.