Closure of the nasal vestibule in atrophic rhinitis--a new non-surgical technique.

Abstract

A new technique is described for closing the nasal vestibule in cases of secondarily-acquired atrophic rhinitis. This involves occlusion of the nasal vestibule with an obturator made from dimethylpolysiloxane. Being a non-invasive method it is specifically indicated in the management of cases of secondarily-acquired atrophic rhinitis where any surgical… (More)

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