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X-ray shows bony nasal septum deviated to right. Treatment?

hi ... i am 22 year old.... i have done X-RAY for PNS (water view) ..i am giving u the report of x-ray 1. both frontal sinuses are clear 2. both maxillary are hazy 3. bony nasal septum is mildly deviated to the right with right inferior turbinate hypertrophy sir , i want ur suggestion for the treatment and ur comments on this report..... .
Asked On : Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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Hi x, in asymptomatic deviated nasal septum there is no need of conservative and surgical treatment but in symptomatic deviated nasal septum with both maxillary sinus hazy required conservative treatment first and if not improved so much then surgery.
Answered: Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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