Type and severity of septal deviation are not related with the degree of subjective nasal obstruction
Rhinology | 6 Jun 2016
S Verhoeven and B Schmelzer
Septoplasty is a frequently performed operation by otolaryngologists to relieve nasal obstruction complaints. When objective measurements tools are not available, preoperative decision-making is based on careful clinical examination. Our aim was to evaluate the relationship between type and severity of septal deviation and patient-reported nasal obstruction.
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