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.
Articles tagged with "acute rhinosinusitis"
Laboratory and imaging studies have limited value for the diagnosis of acute rhinosinusitis
Is an intranasal corticosteroid (INCS) effective monotherapy for treatment of acute rhinosinusitis? Background: Acute rhinosinusitis is often treated with antibiotics as if it were a bacterial infection; however, estimates suggest that approximately 98 percent of cases may be of viral etiology. The natural history of acute sinusitis, even in cases of bacterial disease, is spontaneous resolution […]