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Inferior Turbinate Hypertrophy

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[Abstract]:
The inferior turbinate is a single, curly piece of bone attached to the upper frontal medial wall and the vertical plate of the palatal bone. There are internal and external sides, upper and lower mar

  

  The inferior turbinate is a single, curly piece of bone attached to the upper frontal medial wall and the vertical plate of the palatal bone. There are internal and external sides, upper and lower margins and anterior and posterior ends, anteroposterior diameter 3.0-3.5 cm. The ciliated columnar epithelium with surface coating or pseudocladding is very different in thickness.

  Intramucosal vessels are rich with capillaries, venules, cavernous sinuses, arterioles and arteriovenous anastomosis, so they are often called spongy tissue.

  The tension of venules and spongy sinuses controls local blood volume, while arteriovenous anastomosis adjusts local blood flow. The lamina propria is fibrous connective tissue with lymphocytes, plasma cells and goblet cells, as well as mucous, serous and mixed glands. The functions of nasal breathing, smell, self-cleaning, secretion of immune substances, voice, tears, reflex and absorption are closely related to inferior turbinate.

  The tension of venules and spongy sinuses controls local blood volume, while arteriovenous anastomosis adjusts local blood flow. The lamina propria is fibrous connective tissue with lymphocytes, plasma cells and goblet cells, as well as mucous, serous and mixed glands. The functions of nasal breathing, smell, self-cleaning, secretion of immune substances, voice, tears, reflex and absorption are closely related to inferior turbinate.

  Clinical Treatment:Any treatment of inferior turbinate hypertrophy needs to meet the following two basic points: 1, to eliminate nasal congestion, excessive secretion, sneezing, headache and other symptoms. 2, to maintain normal function of nasal cavity.

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