Inflammation Of The Nasal Passages And Palate?
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The base of the nasal passages which is connected to the back of the roof is known as the nasopharynx. This section connects the nose to the throat and the back of the oral cavity. The presence of inflammation in this section can be caused by various conditions. Some things that can be thought of as causes of nose problems from your current condition are as follows:
There is a viral or bacterial infection, for example in pharyngitis.
There is inflammation of the sinus passages otherwise known as sinusitis. Sinus is a channel that connects the sinuses in several parts of the face to the throat which functions to drain secretions which are normally produced.
There are polyps in the nose
There is an inflammatory condition of the nasal cavities known as rhinitis. This condition is generally triggered by allergies.
There are anatomical abnormalities of the nose, for example, there is a bend in the septum or bone that separates the right and left sides of the nose. This condition is known as a deviated septum.
The conditions above can be the cause of your current complaint, it can also be caused by other conditions. To ensure your condition, it is recommended to consult and check directly with an ENT doctor, whether or not an endoscopy is necessary to see directly in detail your nasopharynx can be considered, but everything is adjusted according to the results of your consultation with the doctor later.
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