Dr. Juan Piñas Massó
Tumors in the nose are a disease characterized by the presence and development of cancer cells in the sinuses or nasal cavity. The main symptoms that Tumors in the nose are a disease characterized by the presence and development of cancer cells in the sinuses or nasal cavity. The main symptoms that usually occur and before that you should consult with your doctor are: feeling of pressure in an area of the face, persistent bleeding nose, sinus infection, the presence of a wound on the inside of the nose not heal with the passage of days, frequent pain in the nose, etc. Since some of the symptoms caused by this type of tumor in the nose match that cause some benign conditions, such as sinusitis, in some cases tumor diagnosis is made in already advanced stages of development. Diagnostic methods are usually biopsy and several imaging (radiology, CT, ...). And the treatment is based on the removal by surgery and radiotherapy, depending on the degree of impact of the intervention, the reconstruction of the area using microsurgery required to restore functionality and appearance of the organ to the patient. ...
Encompasses all interventions from inside the nose, cisualizando or manipulating the structures through optical instruments. Its obejtivo treat injuri Encompasses all interventions from inside the nose, cisualizando or manipulating the structures through optical instruments. Its obejtivo treat injuries or abnormalities that alter the normal function of the nose, or its adjoining structures. ...
The nasal deformities are malformations of the nose
Nasal polyps or nasal polyps are some benign tumors that form on the inside of the nose or sinuses by inflammation of the mucosa. The cause of po Nasal polyps or nasal polyps are some benign tumors that form on the inside of the nose or sinuses by inflammation of the mucosa. The cause of polyps is unknown, but is associated with allergies, asthma, sinusitis or cystic fibrosis. Polyps are the size of a grape and can completely block the nasal passages, resulting in the inability to patient breathing, loss of smell and taste, headache and nasal deformities. Treatment with medications such as steroid nasal sprays, tablets corticosteroids or antibiotics, only helps relieve the symptoms of nasal polyposis. Polyps can be removed by surgery endoscopically, but in many cases recur over time. ...
Nasal injuries are injuries on the nose
Otitis media is an inflammation of the ear spaces and, depending on the duration of the disease, is classified into different types: acute, between 1 to 3 weeks; subacute, between 3 to 12 weeks; and chronic when it lasts more than 12 weeks. If the ear infection progresses, the liquid may have otitis (otitis media with effusion and be called) that can contain liquid like water (serous), mucous or pus. The causes of otitis are malfunctioning Eustachian tube, infection of the upper respiratory or allergic problems (allergic otitis). Generally, bacteria and viruses are the cause of ear infection. The most common symptoms of otitis include: earache, fever, irritability, drainage, dizziness and, rarely, facial paralysis. In these cases, antibiotic treatment is sufficient to cure ear infections, although sometimes accompanied by nasal decongestants and mucolytics. In patients with chronic otitis, the most obvious symptom is hearing loss and its treatment will be determined accordingly. ...
Pharyngitis is inflammation of the throat, between the tonsils and the larynx. This disease can be acute or chronic. The first usually subsides in a week and is caused by a viral or bacterial infection and causes sore throat, fever, rash, redness of the throat, swollen lymph nodes, headache, and difficulty swallowing. Depending on the source of the infection, the treatment involves administration of antibiotics or drugs to relieve symptoms, rest, drink hot liquids or gargling. Moreover, people who constitutionally has the weak pharyngeal mucosa are more predisposed to chronic pharyngitis. It's pathology can be caused by excessive heat or cold, dry environment, exposure to smoke, or mouth breathing, among others. The symptoms are feeling of dryness, discomfort swallowing, coughing or hawking need. Treatment of chronic pharyngitis seeks to alleviate symptoms and is based on avoiding adverse environments and factors that worsen the condition. When it occurs repeatedly and causes serious complications, the patient may require surgery. ...
Sinusitis is a condition characterized by inflammation of the sinuses, cavities located behind the forehead, cheeks and eyes. This condition can be caused by an infection (viral or bacterial) or by a fungus and can be divided into acute sinusitis or chronic sinusitis. Symptoms in both cases are the same: pain or pressure in the head, sore throat, stuffy and runny nose, loss of smell, fever, malaise, bad breath and coughing. The difference is that in acute sinusitis symptoms up to four weeks manifested, while chronic symptoms can last more than three months. Usually it sinusitis heals by itself, but may be given antibiotics. Sometimes, the patient may require surgery if the symptoms do not go away with treatment. ...
The throat and larynx cancer is a malignant tumor that affects the cells of the larynx where the vocal cords are located. The snuff and alcohol are the two main causes of the development of this disease. Depending on your location can be classified in supraglottic tumor ( above the glottis ), glottic and subglottic tumor tumor ( below the glottis ). Symptoms of throat cancer are often changes in voice, difficulty breathing and swallowing, hoarseness, cough, swelling and pain in the neck or neck expectoration. Early detection of disease is essential to increase the life expectancy of patients. The treatment is based on the extirpation of the tumor, while avoiding its extension to other parts of the body. Depending on the case, surgery may involve partial or total removal of the vocal cords, and sometimes you can choose one by treatment with radiotherapy and chemotherapy. ...
Tonsillitis or angina is an inflammation of the tonsils, located in the throat, caused by a viral or bacterial infection. The most common symptoms are high fever, chills, severe sore throat, trouble swallowing, headache and ears ... The tonsils are usually reddened and sometimes with white spots. In addition, the lymph nodes in the area may be swollen. If the disease is caused by bacteria called streptococcus, treatment consists of antibiotics. Thus tonsillitis cured in a week. On the other hand, for people who suffer from frequent infections, sometimes tonsillectomy is advised. ...
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