BigTull Presents: “Allergic fungal sinusitis (AFS) – FESS “
I love part of the description they used during the video… “Extensive nasal polypi with macerated mucosa…” Why? Well, it seems the plural of polyp is polypi – who knew? And macerated mucosa just sounds fascinating, the way it rolls off the tongue. Go ahead, repeat it a few times to yourself, see if you don’t agree. The operating area isn’t as flushed clean of **ZIT** fluids as some of the other ENT vids we enjoy, but the sheer amount of debris removed is pretty monumental. Other than that, enjoy the nasty nasal nuggets!!
“An asthmatic with bilateral nasal polypi and allergic fungal rhino sinusitis with right eye proptosis was operated. Fungus had caused extensive mucosal maceration with congestion. Unfortunately shaver was not in hand, FESS was done using blecksley forceps. Fungus was slimy and adherent to the tissues slipping away from suction and instruments.The middle turbinate on right side was edematous and polypoidal,the skull base was the only visible land mark. Lamina papyracea was dehiscent on C T scan ,which was found during operation.”
RUNTIME: 7min 28sec
TITLE: “Allergic fungal sinusitis (AFS) – FESS ”
YT INFO: Published on Mar 7,2012 by aroraent