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Endoscopic Sinus Surgery

Conditions Related to Endoscopic Sinus Surgery

Several conditions can cause obstruction in the sinus cavities. These related conditions to endoscopic sinus surgery may be congenital (a condition at birth) or developed by injury to sickness. While endoscopic sinus surgery is a safe procedure, speak to your doctor to determine if surgery is the best treatment option for your specific condition.

These are some of the related conditions to endoscopic sinus surgery:

  • Sinusitis
  • Septal deviation (deviated septum)
  • Nasal polyps
  • Narrowed or inflamed nasal passageways
  • Swollen turbinates

Allergies are often the cause of chronic sinusitis. This related condition causes swelling and inflammation in the nasal passages. Endoscopic sinus surgery may be able to open the passages so mucus can flow easier.

If you suffer from these chronic conditions, request an appointment at Florida Hospital to start a comprehensive treatment plan.

Locations for Endoscopic Sinus Surgery