Nasal Septum Resection

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If the nasal septum—the bony structure that divides the left and right halves of the nasal cavity—becomes deviated or thickened, the nasal passages become narrowed and breathing is impaired. Left untreated, it can lead to exercise intolerance and respiratory distress. In severe cases, resection or surgical removal of the nasal septum is required to restore normal airflow. While this type of

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