Journal Title: تابستان 96
Article title: Controlled Diathermy Technique in the Treatment of Hypertrophy Turbinate
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Introduction & Objective: Nasal obstruction is one of the oldest and most common complaints of people that can be caused by septal defect, polyp and rhinitis allergic and inferior turbinate abnormalities. The best technique to reduce the size of the inferior turbinate and maintain physiological function, preserving mucosal surface by reducing the sub mucosal tissue. Therefore, this study was conducted to treat turbinate hypertrophy with using diathermy technique controlled.
Materials & Methods: His study was conducted on 96 patients with airway obstruction due to turbinates hypertrophy with using diathermy technique controlled in Shahid Modares Hospital. Sampling was conducted convenience. Data were collected through clinical examinations, the results of CT scans and paraclinical tests, complete the checklist and record the results of the preliminary examinations nasal and septum before surgery. Diathermy technique controlled was conducted on patients with moderate and severe hypertrophy with using monopolar cautery grade 40 and through the cannula 5 mm. Airway complications and recovery of all patients at interval of one month after surgery were follow and evaluated by referring patients to hospital. Finally the data were analyzed with the McNemar and Kruskal test in SPSS (V.22).
Results: Results showed a significant difference in reducing symptoms such as feeling an unpleasant smell, runny nose and a creation of crest in recovery of patient after surgery controlled diathermy, as well as significant improvement created in respiratory status and condition of smell (P < 0.05). However, a significant difference was not observed In terms of reducing hoarseness snoring sound (P > 0.05).
Conclusions: Many surgical techniques for treatment of inferior turbinate hypertrophy such as complete or partial turbinectomy, turbinoplasty, laser, cauter and crayotherapy, reducing volume with radio frequency have been used. This study suggests, controlled diathermy as a effective method for reducing bothering symptoms after rhinoplasty.
Turbinate Hypertrophy, Diathermy Controlled, Nasal Obstructio
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