A look at the characteristics associated with avoidance of daily activities in patients with chronic rhinosinusitis.
Literature Reviews » Rhinology
The presence of parosmia is associated with clinically relevant recovery in olfactory discrimination and identification function in patients with post-infectious olfactory dysfunction who are receiving olfactory training.
Here’s why the inclusion of oral corticosteroids as part of appropriate medical therapy for chronic rhinosinusitis may be the lower-risk strategy.
Routine postoperative adjunct treatments in patients with idiopathic CSF are unnecessary and may expose them to adverse long-term side effects.
Rhinovirus, coronavirus, parainfluenza virus, and Epstein-Barr virus are associated with postviral olfactory dysfunction onset (PVOD), and may cause olfactory dysfunction.
What is the lowest effective dose of abobotulinum toxin A injection for allergic rhinitis?
A look at how the new disposable nasopharyngolaryngoscope (NPL) compare in quality and cost to the reusable NPL.
Nasal swell body (NSB) can be surgically reduced, without re-perforation, to relieve obstructive symptoms.
A look at why some patients with olfactory disorder (OD) report smell and flavor loss while others report smell loss only.
Olfactory fluctuation is mostly associated with sinonasal disease and elevated Sniffin’ Sticks scores, and its presence is valuable information when used in clinical context in a patient workup.