Surgical intervention is indicated when patients have four to six episodes of acute sinusitis lasting four weeks or less each with asymptomatic periods in the interim.
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Hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia (HHT), also known as Osler-Weber-Rendu syndrome, often manifests with epistaxis.
The benefits of cocaine are unique in terms of its singular ability to both vasoconstrict and anesthetize the nasal mucosa
Reliance on CT for selection of septoplasty candidates is discouraged
Otolaryngologists should therefore pay more attention to this structure, especially as it may play a role in regulating nasal airflow and humidifying inspired air
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Contaminated fluid could potentially contribute to sinonasal infections
Future multicenter RCTs designed to investigate the use of lumbar drains in higher risk repairs are needed
There is an abundance of nonrandomized studies suggesting that endoscopic DCR with the mechanical removal of bone is a viable alternative to external DCR