Agger Nasi Air Cells

Endoscopically, it is possible to get an idea whether there is a sizable agger nasi cell from the prominence in the lateral nasal wall where it meets the middle turbinate (Fig. 6.18a, b).

Prominent Agger Nasi Cell
Fig. 6.17 History and endoscopy are more reliable in assessment than CT after previous surgery. Endoscopic signs supported by a history suggestive of sinus pathology.
Agger Nasi
turbinate and b the corresponding CT image from the same patient.
Concha Bullosa Surgery

Fig. 6.19 a A concha bullosa with b the corresponding CT image.

Concha Bullosa

Fig. 6.19 a A concha bullosa with b the corresponding CT image.

Agger Nasi Endoscope

Fig. 6.20 a Endoscopic appearance and b CT image of a right paradoxical middle turbinate.

Fig. 6.20 a Endoscopic appearance and b CT image of a right paradoxical middle turbinate.

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