Nasal Conditions: Diagnosis

Dr. Andrew Rivera, Otolaryngologist with Baptist Health South Florida, explains to diagnose a nasal condition the first thing is to figure out the primary complaint, because two people with the same condition might have very different complaints. He says they also look inside the nose and throat to figure out the problem. He also states a successful endoscopy should not be painful at all, although it is usually described as strange or uncomfortable.

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