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Hypertrophy of the Inferior Turbinates

Hypertrophy of the Inferior Turbinates

Turbinates are long thin bones located on the inside walls of the nose. Allergies may cause turbinates to swell, making it difficult for patients to breathe. Large (hypertrophic) inferior turbinates and a deviated septum can also contribute to snoring.

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Keck Medicine of USC
Univeristy of Southern California
Keck Medicine of USC
Keck Medicine of USC
Keck Medicine of USC is the University of Southern California’s medical enterprise, one of only two university-owned academic medical centers in the Los Angeles area.