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by Bradley Block, M.D.
Contrary to popular belief, post-nasal drip is a symptom and not, in fact, a diagnosis. Post-nasal drip is the sensation that excess mucus is dripping down the back of the throat from the nose.
by Robert Sporter, M.D.
Nasal congestion, or difficulty breathing through the nose, is a very common issue affecting many patients. Problems breathing through the nose can be partial or total, or be during certain times of the year (seasonal), or all year-round (perennial).
by Roheen Raithatha, M.D.
Epistaxis is defined as bleeding from the nose, sinuses, or nasopharynx. Nose bleeds are defined as anterior (if they occur in the front of the nose) or posterior (if they occur in the back of the nose).
by Roheen Raithatha, M.D. & B. Todd Schaeffer, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Sinuses are air-filled spaces in the face and head that are lined by mucous membranes.
by Dan Gold, M.D.
Children are frequently affected by episodic or continuous runny nose and nasal congestion.
by Guy Lin, M.D., B. Todd Schaeffer, M.D., F.A.C.S. & Moshe Ephrat, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Rhinoplasty is surgery of the nose in which cartilage and bone are reshaped to produce a more aesthetically balanced nose that is in harmony with one’s facial features.
by Joel Portnoy, M.D.
Our senses of taste and smell give us important information about our environment. Smell and taste problems can affect people's day-to-day life leading to substantial dissatisfaction and sometimes danger (ex. gases, fumes, etc.).