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The diagnosis and incidence of allergic fungal sinusitis.
The data presented indicate that the diagnostic criteria for AFS are present in the majority of patients with CRS with or without polyposis, and a change in terminology from AFS to eosinophilic fungal rhinosinusitis is proposed.
Atrophic Rhinitis: A Review of 242 Cases
Primary atrophic rhinitis resulting from trauma, surgery, granulomatous diseases, infection, and radiation exposure accounts for the majority of cases encountered by the rhinologist today.
Foreign bodies in the airways: a meta-analysis of published papers.
Striking deposition of toxic eosinophil major basic protein in mucus: implications for chronic rhinosinusitis.
Isolated Sphenoid Sinus Lesions
A retrospective chart review was performed of 182 cases of isolated sphenoid sinus lesions seen at the Mayo Clinic between 1935 and 1998 to believe that these data will be useful to clinicians considering multiple pathologic possibilities when faced with a lesion involving the sphenoids sinus alone.
Complications of intranasal ethmoidectomy: A review of 1,000 consecutive operations
This experience suggests that, in experienced hands, intranasal ethmoidsectomy for polypoid disease and chronic ethmoid sinusitis can be a safe operation.
Intranasal antifungal treatment in 51 patients with chronic rhinosinusitis.
- J. Ponikau, D. Sherris, H. Kita, E. Kern
- MedicineThe Journal of allergy and clinical immunology
- 1 December 2002
This open-label pilot trial demonstrates that direct mucoadministration of an antifungal drug appears to be both safe and effective in the treatment of patients with CRS.
Variations in nasal resistance in man: a rhinomanometric study of the nasal cycle in 50 human subjects.
The alternating congestion and decongestion of the nasal mucosa was investigated with current mask (posterior) active rhinomanometric techniques and variations in nasal resistance in 50 human subjects were reported.
Rhinoscleroma: a growing concern in the United States? Mayo Clinic experience.
Sleep and Breathing Disturbance Secondary to Nasal Obstruction
- K. Olsen, E. Kern, P. Westbrook
- MedicineOtolaryngology--head and neck surgery : official…
- 1 September 1981
Acute nasal obstruction caused a statistically significant increase in the number of partial and total obstructive respiratory events (obstructive hypopnea and obstructive apnea).