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Are the tests CT PNS - Navidation CD, FLP Scopy and Polysomnography used to detect cancer or tumors ?

Dear Sir, What are these tests used for: 1. CT PNS - Navidation CD 2. FLP Scopy 3. Polysomnography Are any of these tests to find cancer or tumorous growths?
Asked On : Mon, 18 Jul 2011
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Nephrologist 's  Response
Thanks for the query
CT PNS is used to find out tumour growths. I dont know what FLP scopy is, can u expand it for me?
Polysomnography or EEG is most often used for ppl with seizure disorders.
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General Surgeon Dr. Rajinder Bajoria's  Response
Thanks for your query.     
CT scan PNS means computerized tomography of para-nasal sinuses ,it can be done for many indications

Polysomnography is EEG again done in many medical indications to study the sleep disorder.
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