The presentation, titled Efficacy and safety of a Pseudomonas aeruginosa bacteriophage cocktail in a sheep model of rhinosinusitis
will be delivered by Dr.
The clinical name for chronic sinus infections is rhinosinusitis
is quite a common disease of the nose and sinuses seen globally and in India.
Objective: To compare combined oral and topical corticosteroids versus only topical corticosteroids after functional endoscopic sinus surgery in cases of chronic rhinosinusitis
with nasal polyposis.
ATLANTA -- Results from a large cross-sectional survey of adults who meet diagnostic symptom criteria for chronic rhinosinusitis
reveal that most report suffering significant symptoms, high rates of physician visits, and dissatisfaction with current intranasal steroid sprays.
ATLANTA--Clinical factors associated with acute exacerbations of chronic rhinosinusitis
include female sex, nonwhite race, and a higher body mass index, results from a retrospective study suggest.
A 32-year-old woman presented with a 3-month history of rhinosinusitis
, especially causing right-sided maxillary discomfort.
A / FOR ADULTS WITH CHRONIC RHINOSINUSITIS
(CRS), INTRANASAL STEROID (INS) therapy is more likely than placebo to improve symptoms (50% vs 32%; strength of recommendation [SOR]: A, systematic reviews).
9] identified anaerobic bacteria (Diaphorobacter, Peptoniphilus) in 78% and 72% of chronic rhinosinusitis
cases, respectively, but not in controls, and S.
Background: Adenoid hypertrophy (AH) is associated with pediatric chronic rhinosinusitis
(pCRS), but its role in the inflammatory process of pCRS is unclear.
Objective: To investigate the correlation of nasal septal deviations and chronic rhinosinusitis
Inflammatory lesions of the sinonasal tract can be divided into 3 main categories: (1) chronic rhinosinusitis
(CRS), which encompasses a heterogeneous group of entities, all of which result in sinonasal mucosal inflammatory patterns with or without polyps and eosinophils; (2) infectious diseases, which can be bacterial, viral, fungal, or parasitic in origin; and (3) autoimmune diseases/vasculitides, which can result in mucosal necrosis and nasal cartilage destruction.