Polyps of the nasal cavity
Polyps of the nasal cavity are benign formations in the nasal cavity, which are formed from the mucous membranes of the perinasal sinuses. When polyps are present, the diagnosis is made as chronic polypsinusitis.
The use of surgical diode (junction) laser cannot radically resolve the growth problem of polyps. However due to a favorable tolerance to laser operations, polyps can be non-sanguinously (without bleeding) and painlessly excised in patients, to whom routine surgical procedures are contraindicated. In some cases, laser surgical manipulations need to be repeated after several days after the detachment of tissues on which the laser was applied.