Showing posts from December, 2020

I Wish You A New Year Without Mask And Disease!

Happy New Year! We finished this year with slightly different wishes and expectations. I hope 2021 will be a very nice year where people do not get sick easily, do not lose their relatives and loved ones, are unemployed, not restricted, do not have to wear a face mask, stay at home, walk around and chat comfortably on the beach, and no virus or infectious disease is discussed. In 2020, many people were socially restricted, financially affected, and had health problems. Hopefully soon, the coovid-19 pandemic will disappear all over the world and no one will be upset and affected any more. I took this photo before the coronavirus pandemic. Asian side of the Bosphorus. I hope we will return to our normal life again soon, and drink our tea with magnificent views. Stay healthy and blessed!  Happy New Year. Murat Enoz, MD, Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgeon - ENT Doctor in Istanbul Private Office: Address:  İncirli Cad. No:41, Kat:4 (Dilek Patisserie Building), Postal code: 34147, Ba

Choanal Atresia - Definition, Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Congenital Obstruction of The Posterior Nasal Apertures: Choanal Atresia What is Choanal Atresia? Choanal atresia is a congenital disorder that means that the "choanas", which are the nasal opening holes of the nose, located between the nasal passages and the nose, are closed by abnormal bone or soft tissue during fetal development. Why Does Choanal Atresia Occur? It occurs when the nasobuccal membrane, which should be perforated during embryological development, is not perforated and closes the choana. The tissue covering the choanas may contain bone or mucosa. How Common Is Choanal Atresia? The frequency of choanal atresia is seen once in 7000-8000 live births. It is twice as common in women. Atresia plaque in the bony structure is 9 times more common than the mucosal one. It is most common unilateral, 2 times more on the right side. Diseases and Conditions Associated with Choanal Atresia Choanal atresia can be seen with a group of diseases and anomalies called " CHARG

Sleep Apnea Can Cause Difficult Intubation Before The General Anesthesia

General Anesthesia Becomes More Risky in Patients With Sleep Apnea Syndrome In patients with obstructive sleep apnea, as a result of the upper airways loosening and closing during deep sleep, upper airway collapse and complete closure of the habva tract are in question. Generally, this situation is recurrent and in most patients, an increase in the risk of cardiovascular diseases and systemic adverse effects are inevitable over time. In moderate and severe obstructive sleep apnea syndrome, as the number of episodes of sleep apnea increases, the likelihood of this systemic adverse effect increases (airway collapse and respiratory arrest for 10 seconds or more is called "sleep apnea"). Intubation In Patients With Severe Sleep Apnea May Be Risky! It may be very risky for a physician who does not have enough equipment or experience to intubate a patient with unconsciousness and severe oral sleep apnea syndrome in emergency conditions! First of all, you can watch how the intubatio

Female Nose Job - 1 Week and 1 Months After Images

Female Nose Aesthetic We performed an open technique rhinoplasty operation on a female patient with a large and arched nose structure. We also performed nasal valve surgery on the patient who complained of collapse and nasal congestion while breathing in the nasal wings. Various cartilage grafts were placed in the area of the nose wings of the patient and supported. At the same time, it was aimed to obtain a functional and aesthetic result. A few sewing threads that can spontaneously dissolve in the body, seen at the nasal tip of the patient, fix the camouflage grafts under the skin. Below you can find before and after photos, videos: Video - 1 Week and 1 Months After Rhinoplasty In the video above, videos and photos taken 1 week after the operation and 1 month after the operation are seen. According to the post-operative images of the patient, a highly edematous nose is seen in the first week, while it is seen that the edema gradually decreases in the images 1 month later. Murat Enoz,

Preparation In The Operating Room Before The Rhinoplasty Operation

Preparation For Nose Aesthetic Surgery Just Before The Operation Before the rhinoplasty operation, different preparations such as cleaning the operation area, intranasal cleaning, local anesthetic injection, anesthesia preparation are made. Anesthesia preparation and general anesthesia Before the general anesthesia of the patients, an intubation tube is inserted into the trachea by intravenous and respiratory tract after various drugs are administered. Usually this tube is placed in the midline and detected. It is important to keep the blood pressure low, not to increase the carbon dioxide level, and to use long-acting corticosteroids in the rhinoplasty operation. Generally, it is important that patients are awakened slowly and blood pressure is not increased while being awakened after the operation. Cleaning the nose area with antiseptic products Generally, there are many bacteria and microorganisms in the nose. It is important to pay attention to sterilization and cleaning conditions

Thick Skinned Male Rhinoplasty and 3 Weeks After

Male Nose Job Turkey We performed septorhinoplasty operation on a male patient with thick skin structure and asymmetrical nose features. This operation was performed to treat the following problems that were apparent before the operation: - wide and drooping nose tip nasal congestion while breathing (due to both drooping nasal tip and nasal septum deviation) - Having a long and wide nose when viewed from the front - sagging at the tip of the nose when laughing During the open technique nose job operation performed on the patient, the cartilage support tissue of the nasal tip was reconstructed, the nasal wings were supported with grafts obtained from the septum cartilage, the septum deviation was treated by narrowing the airway in the nose (with septoplasty operation), and a very limited amount of reduction was applied to the nasal arch. Due to the drooping nasal tip of the patient, it seems as if there is a prominent nasal arch when viewed from the side. After the nose tip was straight