Nasal cavity cancer is an ailment that may be life-threatening or treatable with least aggressive methods. Medical condition Paranasal sinuses and nasal cavity cancer is an invasive cancer which originates from the look and growth of malignant tissues into the paranasal sinuses that constructs the nasal cavity and air-filled regions in the bones of skull and soft tissue termed as nasal cavity that constructs the ethmoid tissue above the cranium bones and cranial bones that forms the maxilla. The upper ethmoid region of the nose is located anterior to the eyes and includes the frontal bone, temporal bone and base of the nose. The ethmoid region of the nose is the main component of air-filtered airways that connect the nose to the lungs. The ethmoid region of the nose is divided into two parts - the nasolabial region and uvula.
The treatment of this medical condition is directed towards increasing the lymph node activity through surgery or radiation therapy. Radiation therapy or radiotherapy kills the malignant cells by external application of high energy rays. The external beam of radiation (either x-rays or gamma rays) affects the nuclei of the cancerous cells by killing them. The dead cells are thus eliminated from the nasal cavity and other parts of human body by the lymphatic system.
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The purpose of the Bosmat treatment is to open the blocked and locked areas of the body's energy field, so that the body will be able to create a healing process for existing symptoms that the patient suffers from.
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Intravenous chemotherapy or IVC is a highly effective therapy for treating the cancer. It utilizes medications intravenously given into the blood stream or to the nose via vein or syringe. This treatment procedure involves positioning of a catheter under the skin in the nasal cavity so that a continuous stream of medication can be delivered directly to the tumors in the paranasal Sinuses. This procedure is also referred as cranial celluloid radiation therapy.
Another form of surgery used in nasal cavity cancer treatment is the retrocural approach. In this procedure, the doctor will cut into the paranasal Sinuses to remove the tumor through the appropriate incision. He will then close the wound with stitches. This procedure is more commonly used for benign tumors.
A CT scan or Computed Tomography Scanning can be done to identify the cancer cells in the affected area. This test will show if there are any extra masses or tumor in the nasal cavity. It would suggest a targeted surgical operation. This CT scan will not only help in planning a surgery but also make it easier.
The next method used for treating the cancer is Uvulopalatopharyngoplasty or UPPP. In this procedure, the doctor will make an incision at the back of the nose. This will be followed by cutting the frontal rim of the nose. Once done, the doctor will remove the tumor through this incision. Then, he or she will make an incision below the ear and remove the malignant cells. Both these methods are effective in curing nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses cancer.