By anatomical site, prognosis is best for nasal cavity cancers and worst for overlapping lesions
Practice Focus » Rhinology
Regular follow-up endoscopic examinations advised to monitor recurrence, potential for malignant transformation
Healthcare provider, provider’s specialty, presence of medical trainees affect overuse of antibiotics
Stilianos Kountakis, MD, PhD, and Joshua Yelverton, MD, discuss the differences in sinonasal symptoms and clinical findings between patients with primary headache syndrome and chronic rhinosinusitis.
Research suggests external DCR provides better outcomes after one year, but endoscopic DCR is evolving with similar outcomes
Routine antibiotic treatment in primary care setting offers little clinical benefit, and is associated with adverse effects including antibiotic resistance
Subinoy Das, MD and Abtin Tabaee, MD discuss how office balloon sinuplasty revolutionized sinus surgery, and how the procedure can be overused at the Triological Society’s 2015 Combined Sections Meeting.