Polyp recurrence is still common after ESS, with control of polyps up to 18 months found in approximately 60% to 70% of patients
Articles tagged with "chronic rhinosinusitis"
When stimulated by AHLs, T2R38 elicits calcium-dependent NO production that increases ciliary beat frequency and mucus clearance.
Comparison of surgeon outcomes of ESS is feasible, but must take into account a number of baseline patient characteristics
ESS improves CRS-related subjective olfactory dysfunction with greatest gains seen in those with poorer CT scores at baseline
Adenoidectomy is a reasonable first-line surgical option for pediatric patients with CRS that is refractory to medical therapy
For patients with CRS, endoscopic sinus surgery results in significantly greater improvement in cardinal symptoms of CRS
For patients with asthma and CRS, the addition of intranasal corticosteroids improved asthma symptoms and control as well as FEV1