ou should contact our hospital if you have any of the following indications for fess surgery:
Our MGM hospital healthcare explains the following reasons for fess surgery to the patient:
Fever higher than 101 degrees Fahrenheit in the days following surgery Constant clear watery discharge from the nose a week after surgery Sudden vision changes or eye swelling Severe headache or neck stiffness Severe diarrhea Steady, brisk, nose bleeding that doesn’t get better after using decongestant spray
At MGM hospital CBD, we acknowledge the hazards of fess surgery and adopt a tailored approach to each patient's treatment in the following ways:
Lp is a thin bone and can be fractured easily resulting in fat herniation, intra-orbital bleeding and EOM damage.
Posteriorly, on is at risk as it lies in a more medial plane, and closer to the lateral wall of the posterior ethmoid cells (Onodi cells) and sphenoid sinus.
To avoid fess operation, our MGM hospital healthcares take the following precautions:
MGM Hospital CBD provides FESS surgery treatment with the help of highly skilled and experienced ENT specialists.
ensuring the best possible outcomes for patients.
Functional endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS) is a surgical procedure performed by an ENT (ear, nose, and throat) surgeon to treat chronic sinusitis and other conditions affecting the sinuses. The goal of the surgery is to improve the drainage of the sinuses by removing any obstructions.Here are the general steps involved in a typical FESS:
The patient is given a general anesthesia to ensure they do not feel any pain during the surgery.
The surgeon inserts an endoscope, a thin, flexible tube with a light and camera attached, into the nasal cavity to visualize the sinus openings.
Using specialized surgical instruments, the surgeon removes any obstructions, such as polyps, cysts, or thickened mucous membranes, that are blocking the sinus openings.
The surgeon may also reshape or remove tissues, such as the nasal turbinates, to improve the airflow and drainage of the sinuses.
Once the surgery is complete, the surgeon will close the incisions using dissolvable stitches, and a nasal splint may be placed inside the nose to support the newly opened sinuses.