Rhinoscopy uses a thin flexible fiberoptic cable to enable direct viewing of the nasal passage, sinuses, septum, vocal cord, the larynx and nearby structures to diagnose recurrent, resistant sinus infection, nasal polyps, other structural defects. It can be used to drain the sinuses, dispense antibiotics, and remove polyps from the nose, throat, and vocal cords. It is often used by ear, nose, and throat physician and some allergist. Currently, we do not offer this procedure at our facility.