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rhi·nos·co·py

 (rī-nŏs′kə-pē)
n. pl. rhi·nos·co·pies
Examination of the nasal passages by means of a speculum or similar instrument.
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rhinoscopy

(raɪˈnɒskəpɪ)
n
(Medicine) med examination of the nasal passages, esp with a rhinoscope
rhinoscopic adj
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rhi•nos•co•py

(raɪˈnɒs kə pi)
n., pl. -pies.
medical examination of the nasal passages.
[1860–65]
rhi`no•scop′ic (-nəˈskɒp ɪk) adj.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.rhinoscopy - examination of the nasal passages (either through the anterior nares or with a rhinoscope through the nasopharynx)
examination, scrutiny - the act of examining something closely (as for mistakes)
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Translations

rhi·nos·co·py

n. rinoscopía, examen de los pasajes nasales a través de la nasofaringe o de los orificios nasales.
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A 20-year-old male patient presented with intermittent bleeding from both nasal cavities since 1 month, associated with change in voice, nasal block since 1 month, snoring since 1 month, on examination a smooth greyish-pink mass extending into the oropharynx was found, slight trickle of blood present on the posterior pharyngeal wall, anterior rhinoscopy was normal, post rhinoscopy revealed a greyish-pink mass in the nasopharynx which was extending into the oropharynx.
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It revealed no hemorrhage of the turbinates or the nasal mucosa on anterior rhinoscopy. Firstly the lateral skull roentgenogram revealed Allen key in the left maxillary sinus to nasopharynx.
On physical examination, both nasal cavities were normal in anterior rhinoscopy. The patient and her parents were informed about endoscopic nasal examination and after thier permittion, endoscopic nasal examination was performed.
Referral for advanced imaging techniques such as CT scanning or rhinoscopy may be necessary to work out what the problem is.
Septal perforation was seen on anterior rhinoscopy. All the cases were seen on first postop day, 5th postop day, after two week, after one month and three months of procedure.
After general and systemic examination, ENT examination including anterior rhinoscopy to look for polyposis, mucopus, deviated nasal septum (DNS) and posterior rhinoscopy for assessment of nasopharyngeal extent was done for each patient.