What is nasosinus surgery?
Nasosinusal surgery is a medical procedure performed to treat conditions that affect the functionality of the nose and sinuses, such as chronic sinusitis, nasal polyps or nasal septum deviation, turbinate hypertrophy, concha bullosa, among others. This procedure can be combined in our unit with aesthetic surgery techniques.
What are the symptoms that indicate the need for nasosinus surgery?
Common symptoms that may require nasosinus surgery include difficulty breathing through the nose, persistent congestion, facial pain, loss of smell and chronic nasal discharge.
What is the nasosinus surgery procedure?
Nasosinus surgery involves the removal of obstructions, polyps or inflamed tissue from the nose and sinuses. In our unit we can perform it by endoscopic surgery and also guided by neuronavigation depending on the pathology and complexity. Image Guided Surgery (IGS) with the support of neuronavigation has emerged as the predominant reference in recent years in the field of rhinosinusal pathology.
Its application stands out in situations ranging from revision surgeries to frontal sinus, skull base and tumor pathology cases. The dvanced neuronavigation systems have been eticulously designed to optimise surgical procedures by facilitating precise identification of anatomical structures and detailed trajectory planning during endosinusal endoscopic sinus surgery (NENS) procedures. This improvement is achieved through dual monitoring that combines endoscopic images with radiological data obtained by computed tomography (CT) of the patient.
Through the implementation of CGI, we are aligned with the leading units at national level in the field of otorhinolaryngology. This addition allows us to achieve comparable standards and provide state-of-the-art medical care in line with the most outstanding advances in our field.