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What is anterior ethmoidal nerve syndrome and is this related to DNS ?

Age 18 Aamir, Hi Doctor i want to know that i face DNS problem (Deviated NAsal Septum ) i search on it Many time for remedies and symtoms and its effect i feel obstruction of air passage and feeling soo pain in brain i feel my brain is getting pressure i want to know this what is Anterior Ethmoidal Nerve Syndrome and this is related to DNS plzzz Tell me in Detail about it I am soo Wory bcz i am not able to study bc of this Thnx in advance Awaiting For Your Answer..
Asked On : Sat, 23 Jul 2011
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Thanks for posting your query.

DNS would present as unilateral or bilateral nasal obstruction based on the severity.

One of the variety of DNS with spur, which is a bony projection also presents with headache.

I suggest you to consult a ENT surgeon.

Hope I have answered your query.

Wishing you good health.


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