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Topical Mitomycin-C can help as an adjunct to alkaline nasal wash and rifampicin in primary atrophic rhinitis.
TLDR
In patients with primary atrophic rhinitis, the use of Mitomycin-C dissolved in an alkaline nasal wash as an adjunct to oral rifampicin can produce a beneficial result than rifampsicin and alkaline nose wash alone. Expand
Risk factors of sensorineural hearing loss in patients with unilateral safe chronic suppurative otitis media.
TLDR
Safe mucosal CSOM can cause sensorineural hearing loss with multiple predisposing factors, including Diabetes Mellitus, smoking, duration of disease, presence of active discharge and the increase in size of perforation. Expand
Honey can help in herpes simplex gingivostomatitis in children: Prospective randomized double blind placebo controlled clinical trial.
TLDR
The combined use of honey with oral acyclovir can produce favorable outcome than acy Clovir alone in children with Primary herpetic gingivostomatitis. Expand
Echinacea can help with Azithromycin in prevention of recurrent tonsillitis in children
TLDR
The combined use of Echinacea with Azithromycin produced favorable outcome than Azithroitin alone in pediatric patients with recurrent tonsillitis, and there was no significant difference in patients with any prophylaxis. Expand
Prevalence of humoral immunodeficiency in adult patients with recurrent tonsillitis.
TLDR
Adult patients with recurrent tonsillitis may have higher prevalence of humoral immunodeficiency compared to normal subjects, and assessment of immune function should be undertaken routinely in these patients. Expand
Topical Mitomycin C as an Adjunct to Surgical Debulking and Medical Treatment in Rhinoscleroma
TLDR
Topical MMC may reduce granulation tissue and intranasal adhesion formation in patients with rhinoscleroma with a nonstatistically significant lower incidence of intranAsal adhesions in the MMC sides. Expand
Pulmonary function of patients with chronic rhinosinusitis and the impact of endoscopic sinus surgery
TLDR
This study provides corroborative objective evidence that patients with CRS may have nonmanifest lower airway infection compared with normal individuals and ESS is efficacious in the improvement of such infection. Expand
Use of bipolar coagulation diathermy for the management of recurrent pediatric epistaxis
TLDR
Bipolar coagulation diathermy is an effective and safe procedure in the management of recurrent pediatric epistaxis and patients with normal coagulations profile had significantly better results compared with patients with coagulated defects. Expand
The possible effect of human menopausal gonadotropin on the audio-vestibular system.
TLDR
Significant auditory and vestibular adverse effects may result from HMG therapy, indicating the importance of prompt monitoring of auditory functions in these patients. Expand