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Clinical application of nasometry in patients with nasal obstruction.

The purpose of this case-control study is to report on the clinical application of nasometry as a diagnostic tool in patients with the symptom of nasal obstruction compared with subjects with no history of nasal obstruction. Thirty-eight adult patients (mean age: 28.1 years) complaining of nasal obstruction were enrolled in the study, and another group of 38 adults (mean age: 25.9 years) with no history of nasal obstruction served as controls. Demographic data, including age and sex, were collected. Patients were asked to read three passages; the Zoo passage, the Rainbow....

Georges Ziade, MD; Maher Kasti, MD; Doja Sarieddine, BS; Zein Saadeddine, BS; Abdul-Latif Hamdan, MD

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Title Annotation:ONLINE EXCLUSIVES
Author:Ziade, Georges; Kasti, Maher; Sarieddine, Doja; Saadeddine, Zein; Hamdan, Abdul-Latif
Publication:Ear, Nose and Throat Journal
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Oct 1, 2017
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