A J Sogg

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A brief historical review of the intranasal antrostomy is followed by a list of possible causes of failure of the procedure. Definitions of various terms employed are given and a full description of the author's technique of making the antral window. Long-term follow-up of between 6 and 12 years has been possible in 87 patients. The various causes of(More)
Ninety allergy patients who had RAST testing prior to skin testing are evaluated by the comparison of the results of these two contrasting methods of testing. The skin tests were done on the basis of the RAST results and the size of the wheal obtained was greater than expected in the less sensitive patients with both pollens and non-pollens. The opposite(More)
The purpose of this report is to review the complications that two experienced operators have encountered during the past 20 years. The techniques employed by the authors are similar. Three thousand intranasal non-endoscopic procedures accumulated between the co-authors were further evaluated to explain why complications could occur. There were five dural(More)
  • A Sogg
  • 1989
This paper investigates the results of nonendoscopic intranasal ethmoid surgery on 146 patients who were followed up for 6 to 13 years. These patients are divided into four groups: 1) infection without allergy, 2) infection with allergy, 3) infection with polyps and no allergy, and 4) infection with polyps and allergy. These groups are evaluated as to the(More)
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