Dealing With Rhinitis | ENT in Charleston

Types of Rhinits Rhinitis is a nasal condition that involves nasal obstruction or congestion, post-nasal drip or runny nose, itchy nose, and/or sneezing. There are two main categories for rhinitis: allergic and non-allergic. The difference READ MORE

Dealing With Rhinitis | ENT in Charleston2020-04-30T14:24:22+00:00

Acute Sinusitis

Acute sinusitis refers to sinusitis symptoms lasting less than four weeks. Most cases begin as a common cold. Symptoms often go away within a week to 10 days; but in some people, a bacterial READ MORE

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Chronic Sinusitis

Chronic sinusitis, also referred to as chronic rhinosinusitis, is often diagnosed when sinusitis symptoms have gone on for more than 12 weeks, despite medical treatment. People with allergic rhinitis or asthma are more likely READ MORE

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Deviated Septum

The shape of your nasal cavity could be the cause of chronic sinusitis. The nasal septum is the wall dividing the nasal cavity into halves; it is composed of a central supporting skeleton covered READ MORE

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Nasal Polyps

Growths on the lining of the sinuses and nasal passages are called Nasal Polyps. Nasal polyps occur when the mucous membrane of your nasal passages and sinuses are inflamed, typically for more than 12 weeks. READ MORE

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Sinusitis (Rhinosinusitis)

Sinusitis If you have nasal congestion, facial pressure, cough and thick nasal discharge, you may have rhinosinusitis, commonly referred to as sinusitis. Your sinuses are hollow cavities within your cheekbones, around your eyes and READ MORE

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