Topical antibiotics are not recommended as first-line treatment for routine chronic rhinosinusitis
Articles tagged with "rhinology"
Evidence suggests admitting most patients to otolaryngology ward with continuous pulse oximetry
Have rates of sinus surgery changed over the last 10 years?
A panel of experts at the Triological Society’s 2014 Combined Sections Meeting discuss their worst cases, and how they managed them.
Listen to experts at the Triological Society’s 2014 Combined Sections Meeting present research in rhinology.
How cost effective is the use of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for evaluating patients with idiopathic olfactory loss?
Patient outcomes are good regardless of whether postoperative stents are used, but repair without stents lessens intensity of postsurgical management and avoids potential for stent-related complications
Making a successful transition to office-based inferior turbinate hypertrophy (ITH) surgery depends on proper coding and other financial concerns. But a more basic question first needs to be considered before breaking out the calculator: What is the optimal technique for performing the surgery?