Hello, doctor, I've always had rhinitis and runny nose. Last year, I went to check the nose because there was blood in April. This time, I checked the nose CT because there was blood in April. I'm worried about bad things, so I'd like to show you the report. In one case, the posterior wall of nasopharynx was slightly thickened. I was worried about nasopharyngeal carcinoma. I was very worried, so I asked for advice. I got the flu on the 23rd of last month. I don't know if it has anything to do with these, because I've been coughing and got up early the day before yesterday with blood in my sputum. Not today..
You have done nasal endoscopy and CT. If you don't have any problems for the time being, you can rest assured. Sometimes sinusitis will also have this performance. Don't worry too much. If you really don't rest assured, you can review it every six months or every year
Nasopharyngeal thickening is commonly seen in chronic inflammation, lymphofollicular hyperplasia and nasopharyngeal carcinoma. If you have recurrent epistaxis, although you have a laryngoscope in less than ten months, it is recommended to have another nasopharyngoscope this time. If you find a lump in the nasopharynx, you can take a biopsy. If it is a simple hyperplasia with smooth surface, it may be caused by rhinitis.