Relationship Between Nasal Septum Deviation angle and it is Effect on Maxillary Sinus Volume in Sulaimani Population
Keywords:Nasal Septum, Effect, Maxillary Sinus Volume
Aim of this study: The purpose of this study was to determine the association between nasal septal deviation and the volume of Maxillary sinus in adult population. To analyze the effect of nasal septal deviation on the volume of maxillary sinus. Maxillary sinuses are two spaces, which are filled with air, located in the maxillary bone and can be in various sizes and shapes. Their walls are thin. The apex of the sinuses can extend into the zygomatic process and can occupy the zygomatic bone. We could not demonstrate a statistically significant difference between Groups I–III and Groups II–III, and Group I–II in contra lateral deviation the maxillary sinus volume as the difference were found to be non-significant statistically (p = 0.965 and p = 0.985, and p=0.994respectively). the mean of (contra lateral side)’s MSV equals to (19.8350) and standard deviation equals to (6.98693) and also the mean of (lateral side)’s MSV equals to (19.5698) and standard deviation equals to (7.69666). Thus, the mean of (contra lateral) for MSV is greater than the mean of (lateral) for MSV. It means that (deviated side) were lower MSV than (contra lateral side) for MSV.
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