A Study of Usefulness of Nasalspacer in Post Endoscopic Middle Meatus Patency

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G.C. Vijaya Sai, S. Rajasekaran, M. K. Rajasekar

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Middle meatal (MM) scarring is reported as being one of the most common postoperative complications of endoscopic sinus surgery. The incidence of postoperative synechiae ranges between 4% and 27%. The severity of scarring varies widely from mild, significant synechiae to clinically obstructive disease requiring further surgical intervention. Incomplete surgery, poor tissue respect, injury to the both sides of the mucosa, poor technique,  poor postoperative care cannot be  replaced by  placing the  stent  in the middle meatus

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S. Rajasekaran, M. K. Rajasekar, G. V. S. (2021). A Study of Usefulness of Nasalspacer in Post Endoscopic Middle Meatus Patency. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 2175 - 2184. Retrieved from http://annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/342
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