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Deviated Nasal Septum(DNS) Nose Problem In SSB Interview Medical

Most of the candidates are asking us if Deviated Nasal Septum(DNS) Nose Problem will be a problem in SSB interview medicals. Let’s talk about Deviated Nasal Septum(DNS) Nose Problem during medical check up for recommended candidates after SSB interview in medicals.

What is Deviated Nasal Septum(DNS) Nose Problem?

Nasal septum deviation or deviated nasal septum (DNS) is a physical disorder of the nose, involving a displacement of the nasal septum. Some displacement is common, affecting 80% of people, most unknowingly.

Cause of Deviated Nasal Septum(DNS) Nose Problem?

It is most frequently caused by impact trauma, such as by a blow to the face. It can also be a congenital disorder, caused by compression of the nose during childbirth. Deviated septum is associated with genetic connective tissue disorders such as Marfan syndrome, Homocystinuria and Ehlers–Danlos syndrome.

Deviated Nasal Septum(DNS) Nose Problem SSB Medical Result?

It will be given as a temporary rejection and candidates can attend Medical test again.

Treatment of Deviated Nasal Septum(DNS) Nose Problem?

Deviated Nasal Septum(DNS) Nose Problem In SSB Interview Medical

In mild cases, symptoms can simply be treated with medications such as decongestants, antihistamines, and nasal spray. Medication temporarily relieves symptoms, but does not correct the underlying condition. Non-medical relief can also be obtained using nasal strips. A cure to symptoms related to septal deviations is available in the form of a minor surgical procedure known as a septoplasty. The surgery is performed quickly (lasts roughly 1 hour) and does not result in any cosmetic alteration or external scars. Recovery from the procedure may take anywhere from 2 days to 4 weeks to heal completely. Septal bones never regrow. However, if symptoms reappear they are not related to deviations. Reappearance of symptoms may be due to mucosal metaplasia of the nose.

Complications of septoplasty

  • Nasal septum perforation due to bilateral trauma of the mucoperichondrial flaps opposite each other.
  • Septal haematoma and septal abscess.
  • Adhesions and synachiae between septal mucosa and lateral nasal wall.
  • Saddle nose due to over-resection of the dorsal wall of the septal cartilage.
  • Dropped nasal tip due to resection of the caudal margin.

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  1. And sir mera ek baar operation bhi ho chukka hai. Maybe first time wala obstructive tha.
    Sir can u give me my Answer.
    I’m very thank full u…

  2. Sir meri 10 October Ko SSB lgi hai.or mera kal naak ka operation hai.
    Sir medical me koi problem to nhi hoga.
    Operation se related.
    Can u tell me ? sir.


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