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Something suspected in my nose..Ct scan says right side nose have concha bulossa and mild deviated nasal septum on left side what does it mean?

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Dr. Franklyn Gergits
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In brief: Nasal Structures

Hello. A deviated septum is a shift in the bone or cartilage or both which can cause a restriction of your breathing pathways through your nose as well as a blockage of the sinus drainage patterns as well.
A concha bullosa is a sinus cell that grew into your middle turbinate which also causes an obstruction. These are not cancerous changes and if they cause no problems, then no worries.

In brief: Nasal Structures

Hello. A deviated septum is a shift in the bone or cartilage or both which can cause a restriction of your breathing pathways through your nose as well as a blockage of the sinus drainage patterns as well.
A concha bullosa is a sinus cell that grew into your middle turbinate which also causes an obstruction. These are not cancerous changes and if they cause no problems, then no worries.
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