Hypertrophied Turbinates

Inferior turbinate hypertrophy is relatively common in adults and children. This usually occurs with chronic inflammation, usually resulting from allergy or rhinosinusitis. Tur-binate hypertrophy usually responds to medical treatment addressing the primary problem. If the turbinates remain significantly hypertrophied despite medical treatment, tur-binate reduction is offered, using cautery, radiofrequency treatment, fracture, excision, laser treatment, or cryotherapy. Submucosal resection of a portion of the conchal bone and stromal tissue seems to provide the greatest success.

How To Reduce Acne Scarring

How To Reduce Acne Scarring

Acne is a name that is famous in its own right, but for all of the wrong reasons. Most teenagers know, and dread, the very word, as it so prevalently wrecks havoc on their faces throughout their adolescent years.

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