This brings away the mulberry hypertrophy in its grasp, and frequently a strip of mucosa from the lower margin of the turbinal.
(i) On account of polypoid degeneration of the anterior extremity of the turbinal.
When the papillary hypertrophy is more diffuse it is apt to be concealed in the concavity of the turbinal.
Owing to the slope of the attached border it is seldom that the whole of the turbinal is removed.
Into this the loop of the wire snare is inserted and the head of the turbinal can easily be snared off.