What are the symptoms of enlarged turbinates?

The enlarged turbinates are associated with nasal congestion, usually with severe symptoms, including persistent open-mouth breathing, decreased sense of smell; mucus or mucopurulent nasal discharge; cough and phlegm; and frontal pain when the enlarged turbinates press on the nasal septum, with occasional episodes radiating to the bridge of the nose and orbits. It may also be accompanied by tinnitus and other discomforts.

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