International Forum of Allergy & Rhinology
Investigation of the abnormal nasal aerodynamics and trigeminal functions among empty nose syndrome patients
Nov 22, 2017 Alexander Farag, Kai Zhao, Chengyu Li, Bhakthi Deshpande, Bradley A Otto, Guillermo Maza , Sam McGhee, Michael Ciccone, Edmund Pribitkin
Individual computed tomography (CT)-based computational fluid dynamics (CFD) was applied to 27 ENS patients to simulate their nasal aerodynamics and compared with 42 healthy controls.
Journal Article
GVM Care & Research
Empty Nasal Syndrome: new treatment available at Villalba Private Clinic [Italian - Translate]
Nov 16, 2017
Prof. Rosario La Rosa , Otolaryngologist Specialist of Clinica Privata Villalba of Bologna , has put in place an innovative diagnostic and therapeutic protocol, unique in its kind, for the treatment o...
Empty Nose Syndrome International Association
ENSIA Newsletter October 2017
Oct 31, 2017 Christopher Martin
A critical first step in seeking a solution for our ailment is to fully understand our specific condition and how that relates to our symptoms.
Computer Methods In Biomechanics And Biomedical Engineering - Oct 2017, Page 1-8
Aerodynamic evaluation of the empty nose syndrome by means of computational fluid dynamics
Oct 24, 2017 Boris V Balakin, Erlend Farbu, Pawel Kosinski
The analysis reveals 53% reduction in flow resistance, radical re-distribution of nasal airflow, as well as dryer and colder nasal microclimate for the post-operative case.
Journal Article
Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research - Health Professional-Investigator Award
Understanding A Potentially Common Upper Airway Disorder: Empty Nose Syndrome
Oct 3, 2017 Andrew Thamboo
We have found that by rebuilding structures within the nasal cavity known as inferior turbinate augmentation (ITA) we can greatly improve nasal function.
News Story
Empty Nose Syndrome International Association
ENSIA Newsletter September 2017
Sep 30, 2017 Christopher Martin
We encourage you to read the September 2017 update from the US Institute of Advanced Sinus Care and Research... This update includes a detailed summary of services offered ranging from telephone consu...
Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology - Nov 2017, Vol.119, page S88
The empty nose syndrome (ENS): a diagnostic and therapeutic challenge for the allergist-immunologist
Sep 24, 2017 Talal Nsouli, Nadine Diliberto, A Nsouli, S Nsouli, Josepth Bellanti
Little is known of its pathogenesis, although anatomical changes leading to disruption of mucosal cooling, and disordered neurosensory mechanisms are strongly implicated.
Journal Article
US Institute for Advanced Sinus Care and Research
September Update
Sep 20, 2017 Subinoy Das   Download
We are excited about several advances in stem cell and regenerative therapy for the nose. There have been recent advances of using nanotechnology to reprogram skin cells to grow new types of tissue ty...
What is empty nose syndrome? [French - Translate]
Sep 17, 2017
Some patients with empty nose syndrome may feel as if they do not breathe enough air because the turbinates are not present to transmit the appropriate information to the brain, to pressurize the air ...
Blog Entry
Empty Nose Syndrome International Association
ENSIA Newsletter August 2017
Aug 30, 2017 Christopher Martin
Seeking medical care for ENS can be confusing, expensive, with no guarantee of results. Consequently, this is an excellent opportunity to make your voice heard and share your experiences in treating y...
Sixth Tone
The Invisible Pain of Empty Nose Syndrome [Chinese]
Aug 10, 2017
Sun Sulin suffers with empty nose syndrome - a condition that is not recognized by doctors in China. Sun and her husband hope to find an affordable way to alleviate the pain Sun endures.
Spino News
Causes, symptoms and treatments of Empty Nose Syndrome
Aug 8, 2017
Currently there is no straightforward treatment for ENS. Most treatments aimed at relieving the symptoms temporarily.
News Story
Sixth Tone
The Invisible Pain of Empty Nose Syndrome
Aug 7, 2017 Cai Yiwen
ENS is a rare condition that can occur following surgery on nasal turbinates, thin bony structures that run along the nasal passage to help warm and moisturize air as it flows through the nose. “Turbi...
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Medical News Today
Empty nose syndrome: Causes, symptoms, and treatment
Aug 7, 2017 Jon Johnon
Empty nose syndrome is a rare disorder affecting the nose and nasal passages. People with this condition will have normal-appearing, clear nasal passages, yet they will experience a wide range of symp...
News Story
ENS Surgeries
Stop Nasal Mutilations Iatrogenic (S.M.N.I) Association [French - Translate]
Aug 7, 2017
We have just created the association: Stop with Iatrogenic Nasal Mutilations (S.M.N.I) for the victims of endonasal surgeries.
Blog Entry
Empty Nose Syndrome
Aug 4, 2017 Erica Cirino
While many doctors are unfamiliar with this condition and don’t understand how best to treat or diagnose it, some doctors have made progress investigating this condition.
Romanian Journal of Rhinology - Vol. 7, No. 27, July - Sept 2017
Empty nose syndrome Literature Review
Aug 1, 2017 Vasile Cabac, Veronica Polovei, Ala Istratenco   Download
In severe forms it may become debilitating; the inability in identification and appreciation of this syndrome turns detrimental to the patient.
Journal Article
Empty Nose Syndrome International Association
ENSIA Newsletter July 2017
Jul 31, 2017 Christopher Martin
Whether you are an ENS sufferer pursuing care through the United States, through Germany, or elsewhere, it is imperative that we as collective ENS sufferers stick together and support our mutually cri...
Empty Nose Syndrome Aerodynamics
Nasal Aerodynamics 101 Characterization of the Human Nasal Cavity
Jul 30, 2017 Peter Esquinasi
For every doubling of [nasal] slit size in mm you lose roughly 50% in velocity and 85% of your negative pressure (resistance).
Blog Entry
The Laryngoscope - Jul 2017, Volume Issue , Page
Surgical outcome for empty nose syndrome: Impact of implantation site
Jul 17, 2017 Ta-Jen Lee, Chia-Hsiang Fu, Ching-Lung Wu, Yi-Chan Lee, Chi-Che Huang, Po-Hung Chang, Yi-Wei Chen, Hsiao-Jung Tseng
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