Excision, nasal polyp(s), simple

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What is an Excision, Nasal Polyp(s), Simple?

An excision, nasal polyp(s), simple is a procedure used to remove non-cancerous growths in the nasal passage.

Why would I get an Excision, Nasal Polyp(s), Simple?

This procedure is typically performed to relieve symptoms caused by nasal polyps blocking nasal passages such as nasal discharge, nasal stuffiness, or difficulty breathing.

What happens during an Excision, Nasal Polyp(s), Simple?

This procedure is performed with a local anesthetic. First, the nasal passage is examined with an endoscope and then the polyp is removed with small surgical instruments.

What to expect after an Excision, Nasal Polyp(s), Simple?

Post-operative care should include the use of over-the-counter medication to reduce pain or swelling. Monitoring of the healing process is also important. Depending on the size and location of the polyp, a follow-up visit may be scheduled to remove any remaining fragments or debris.

Conclusion

An excision, nasal polyp(s), simple is a procedure used to remove non-cancerous growths in the nasal passage. It is typically used to alleviate the symptoms associated with blocked nasal passages. The procedure involves a local anesthetic and small surgical instruments and is followed by a period of post-operative care. Depending on the size and location of the polyp, it may require a follow-up visit for removal of remaining fragments.

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