Causes, Diagnosis and Care

Nasal polyps are neoformations of the nasal mucosa that occupy the respiratory spaces of the nose and paranasal sinuses (frontal, maxillary).

Nasal polyposis is a chronic relapsing disease, in most cases they are benign tumors.

It is often associated with other diseases that prevent correct nasal breathing (turbinate hypertrophy, septal deviation, sinusitis), allergic diseases (allergic rhinitis) or bronchial diseases (asthma).

The most common symptoms of nasal polyps include:

Persistent stuffy nose

Runny nose

Decrease or loss of sense of smell

Loss of sense of taste

Facial pain or headache

Itching around the eyes

If these symptoms are felt, it is recommended to consult a specialist (otolaryngologist) for diagnostic tests or treatment.

Nasal polyposis can be treated with drugs, outpatient surgery (radiofrequency, laser) or with traditional surgery.

The goal of the therapy is to reduce the size of the polyps or to eliminate them altogether and to treat the related disorders (such as allergies) that can contribute to develop chronic inflammation in the cavity and sinuses.

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