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    Medical Case 1 :
    Patient, male, 35 years old, manager of an enterprise, has snoring problem for five years with one year of suffocation. In the recent one year, with weight gain, he felt tired, dizzy and difficulty concentrating on work in the day time. In the evening, he slept with a suffocating phenomenon. Physical examination report: Big bilateral nosepiece was distorted, nasal septum deviation, no polyps, snot, loose soft palate, tonsillar hypertrophy and narrow pharyngeal cavity. Supplementary examination: Sleep apnea monitoring - obstructive sleep apnea syndrome.  Diagnosis: Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome (OSAHS) Treatment: 1. Nasal septum ablation 2. Uvula pharyngeal molding of the soft palate. Patient's current situation: Feel relaxed, sleep well with no snoring, quality of life has improved.

    Medical Case 2:
    Patient, male, 61 years old, employee of a travel agency, 5-7 years of stuffy nose with snot and headache. After a rhino polypus excision operation in a general hospital, he was still full of snot and the nose was stuffed up even after half a year. Physical examination report: Bilateral nosepiece, straight nasal septum, bilateral inferior turbinate was oppressed. Supplementary examination: Nasal sinuses CT, pan-naso sinusitis. Diagnosis: Chronic nasosinusitis III Treatment: Bilateral rhino polypus excision operation under general anesthesia and functional endoscopic sinus surgery. Patient's current situation: After three months of follow up consultation with a doctor and taking medicine regularly, he felt well, with no nasal obstruction, no snot, no headache and good sense of smell.

    Condition of nasal cavity before operation

    Condition of nasal cavity after operation

    Medical Case 3 :
    Patient, female, 52 years old, housewife, felt giddy, no tinnitus, with normal hearing when turning over for nearly one year. She was once treated as cervical spondylosis in a hospital. After the treatment of vasodilation and cervical traction in that hospital, her health situation remained bad. Supplementary examination: Normal blood pressure, bilateral external meatus auditorius unclogged, the mark on the appearance of ear drum membrane is clear, did not feel dizzy after neck torsion test, Dix-Hallpike Text result + Diagnosis: Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV). Treatment: Otolith Reduction Method Patient's current situation: No dizzy symptom after two Otolith Reduction Method treatments.

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