20 patients of primary atrophic rhinitis were treated by using nasal obturator. The results have been encouraging. The procedure is use of a mechanical device made of acrylic which narrows the nasal vestibule and restricts the airentry into the nose through a small opening.
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Isloor, S.D. Nasal obturator in atrophic rhinitis. Ind. J. Otol. 34, 26 (1982). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02994384
- Nasal Mucosa
- Small Opening
- Mechanical Device
- Plaster Cast