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What Is Nasal Endoscopy
ENT scope: 2.5 to 4 mm, about the size of a qtip. It feels about like getting your teeth cleaned - momentarily painful, but tolerable. Call your local ENT doctor. See also www.Richmopndsinusandallergy.Com. ...Read more
Telescope for nose: Nasal endoscopy is performed for an in depth examination of the nasal cavity. It is performed when an endoscope, or a sort of telescope whether flexible or rigid, is placed into the nose for the exam. Most often performed by an otolaryngologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Maybe: For routine trans-oral endoscopy, sedation is routinely offered. Transnasal endoscopy is an alternative where the viewing tube is tiny enough to pass through the nose. In the latter case, sedation may be deferred. Keep in mind the test lasts only 3-5 minutes. Talk with her doctor about what sedation options she can have at the center where her test will be performed. ...Read more
Some: Nasal endoscopy is a safe and usually quick procedure using a flexible fiberoptic scope to evaluate the nose/throat done by some allergists and all ENT doctors. Allergists typically don't take biopsies or use a rigid scope. More allergists are being trained in this procedure. Before you decide, ask the provider "how many of these have you done?". ...Read more
Had nasal endoscopy and drs said i had swollen turbinates. Can they tell the difference from this and a nasal poly?
Yes: The two different issues are as different as a car and a truck. Training lets them know what they are looking at. ...Read more
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