Nasal endoscopy is a diagnostic procedure that allows your physician to examine the nasal and sinus passages. It is performed with an endoscope, which is a thin, flexible and lighted instrument that can be inserted in the nose to visualize the internal structures.
Your physician may order a nasal endoscopy if you’re experiencing the following symptoms:
The procedure will be ordered to show details that cannot be obtained by direct visualization, such as bleeding and swelling of the nasal tissues. It may also be used to closely examine a growth that is suspected to be cancer. In addition, nasal endoscopy can be used to remove a foreign object from the nose or to evaluate how treatments for sinus and nasal problems are progressing.Available Centres