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Allergy EAACI Feb 12
Radiologic sinus inflammation and symptoms of chronic rhinosinusitis in a population‐based sample. Corresponding Author: Annemarie G. Hirsch; Download Article Here:
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Els_Allergy Jan 31
A novel pathophysiologic link between upper and lower airways in patients with chronic : Association of sputum periostin levels with upper airway inflammation and olfactory function - As published in the World Allergy Org Journal
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PANDAS PPN Feb 21
“The most commonly observed antecedent (in patients) seems to be upper respiratory infection, including , , or .”
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Dr. Sanjay Kukreja Nov 27
Over last decade (2006-2016), national estimates for children admitted with acute decreased from 8312 cases to 5592 in the United States. However, there was an increase in orbital (8.9 to19.3%) & intracranial (2.2 to4.3%) complication rate.
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Atanas G. Atanasov Feb 13
A Unique Nasal Spray Design Aims To Give Relief To Sinus Sufferers
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Jonathan Harvist Jan 6
Annoying how a simple cold or hayfever () reduces your energy and mental agility maybe 15%, but of course you have to try to be normal because "it's not serious".😑
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Allergy EAACI Dec 9
A panel of clinical and biological markers predict difficult‐to‐treat chronic rhinosinusitis. Corresponding Author: Zheng Liu; Download Article Here:
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Florin-Dan Popescu Jan 15
: Benefits and harm of systemic steroids for short- and long-term use in and : an [Hox V et al. Clin Transl Allergy. 2020;10:1]
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Sinusitis Free Feb 9
All forms of chronic are associated with impaired sinus drainage and secondary bacterial infections.
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Sinusitis Free Feb 9
Chronic represents a multifactorial inflammatory disorder, rather than simply a persistent bacterial infection.
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Juan Maza Solano Jan 4
🤧 Olfactory dysfunction in chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) differs between subtypes: CRSwNP > CRSsNP. Local inflammatory process 🔬 could be more influential than the CT occupation ☢️
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NM ENT Jan 15
In this episode of the podcast, Robert Kern, MD, chief of discusses the latest advances in the treatment of nose and
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Allergy EAACI Jan 11
Neutrophils are underrecognized contributors to inflammatory burden and quality of life in chronic rhinosinusitis. Corresponding Author: Justin H. Turner; Download Article Here:
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Sinusitis Free Feb 9
Most individuals require initial antibiotics to clear any infection before treating acute exacerbations of chronic .
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EAACI Feb 12
The balance between Benefits-damage of systemic to treat : Do not miss the recommendations! 🔗
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5MinuteConsult Jan 16
Acute bacterial . While not perfect--clinical impression, foul breath, and tooth pain are best predictors.
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The Harley Street ENT Clinic Nov 7
and are very common health problems in UK.
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Penn Medicine MD Jan 24
Erica Thaler, MD, Vice Chair and Division Chief of General Otorhinolaryngology at , has published 100+ papers, and edited a book on the diagnosis and management of chronic 📙
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PeerView Jan 10
Watch this infographic-based activity presented by Joseph K. Han, MD, to learn about using therapies to treat with nasal polyps.
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Ida van Schalkwyk Jan 26
Any advice? Acute & acute . Got plenty of meds - anything else I can do to speed up or shorten the torture?
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