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For some time I've wondered whether there exists in our literature a design for an international "rhinogram" that might address the issues of the nose in the same way that the audiogram addresses issues of the ears. It seems that a simple graphic chart representing the highlights of nasal function in an anatomic-physiologic manner (Figure 1) would provide patients and their physicians with meaningful information about the nose that would aid in treatment.
Lapidot A. The "Rhinogram". Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2001;127(12):1516. doi:
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