Measurement of HINTS in peripheral vestibulopathy
Dizziness; Head impulse test; Nystagmus; Skew deviation; Vertigo.
Should we do septoplasty in young adults/adolescents?
Nasal obstruction is a common complaint in both children and adults in the outpatient department. Causes for obstruction include allergic rhinitis, septal deviation, turbinate hypertrophy and chronic sinusitis with or without nasal polyps. For symptomatic patients with moderate to severe...
A new septoplasty technique
This article describes a novel septoplasty technique to correct a cartilaginous deflection. Although it took a while to understand it as the operative photographs were not very helpful it is an interesting concept. The author excises an inferior strip and...