In a review of the literature published in The Cochrane Library, two Israeli authors conclude that the use of topical corticosteroid nasal sprays-either alone or in combination with antibiotic therapy-shows an advantage over placebo in the treatment of the symptoms of acute rhinosinusitis.
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The fact that chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) appears to be increasing in both prevalence and incidence is an observation that is commonly cited.
Almost 150 years ago, French physician Prosper Ménière first described the symptoms and probable cause of the inner ear disorder that bears his name.
Techniques in functional endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS) have come a long way since their inception, and there are new ways of working with patients.
An expert panel containing three former American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy presidents recently provided a look at the future of allergic rhinitis, as well as a refresher on how best to treat it.
Sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSHL) has stumped otolaryngologists for decades.
When dealing with patients who have complex sinus disease who have failed a number of treatments, there are still various approaches the otolaryngologist–head and neck surgeon can use.
For many years, all vascular anomalies were called hemangiomas.
It is agreed that sudden single-sided deafness is an emergency that is typically treated with corticosteroids.