Preoperatively administered GCS improved olfaction in CRS patients with nasal polyps is comparable to surgery, and changes in steroids predicted olfactory outcome postoperatively.
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The existing literature still suggests that the highest locoregional control and survival rates are achieved with surgery.
Both septoplasty and rhinoplasty are associated with mostly mild pain, and postoperative opioid requirements are quite low.
Statin use is associated with decreased rates of chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) based on a nationally representative sample of outpatient visits in the United States.
This trial suggests that MMC use as a topical adjuvant therapy has no additional benefit in the endoscopic surgical management of Laryngotracheal Stenosis (LTS).
Optimal outcomes for a laryngeal cancer patient can be achieved when taking into account tumor, host, and treatment factors.
The mortality rate for Ludwig’s angina appears to be decreased from previous historical accounts, with airway intervention remaining a significant part of management.