Nasal dysfunction amongst divers during bounce and saturation diving

  • V. K. Singh
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5O divers were subjected to detailed pre and post dive examination to study the effect of barotrauma. The various sinunasal pathologies which were detected are discussed and the significant difference seen between bounce divers, saturation divers and control group of diving recruits is highlighted.


Public Health Carcinoma Lymphoma Paraffin Maxillary Sinus 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. K. Singh
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  1. 1.E.N.T. DepartmentK. G. Medical CollegeLucknow

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