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Empty nose syndrome (ENS) presents with sensations of nasal obstruction despite sufficiently patent nasal airways and little is known about its cause. The present work begins with a critical evaluation of the literature. From this we hypothesize that the sensation felt in ENS is likely a distinct sensation caused by abnormal airflow. High resolution computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation, including heat and water transport, of one normal and two ENS nasal cavities before and afterdoi:10.26021/2438 fatcat:bni4xtfmyjcsjjbodmtm2zplba