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International Consensus Statement on Allergy and Rhinology: Rhinosinusitis
Isam Alobid, MD, PhD1, Nithin D. Adappa, MD2, Henry P. Barham, MD3, Thiago Bezerra, MD4, Nadieska Caballero, MD5, Eugene G. Chang, MD6, Gaurav Chawdhary, MD7, Philip Chen, MD8, John P. Dahl, MD,Expand
Prevalence of nasal polyposis in France: a cross‐sectional, case–control study
Background:  The prevalence of nasal polyposis (NP) has never been established in France due to the lack of diagnostic tools for population‐based studies.
EUFOREA consensus on biologics for CRSwNP with or without asthma
Novel therapies such as type 2 targeting biologics are emerging treatment options for patients with chronic inflammatory respiratory diseases, fulfilling the needs of severely uncontrolled patients.Expand
European position paper on the anatomical terminology of the internal nose and paranasal sinuses.
The advent of endoscopic sinus surgery led to a resurgence of interest in the detailed anatomy of the internal nose and paranasal sinuses. However, the official Terminologica Anatomica used by basicExpand
Respiratory Epithelial Adenomatoid Hamartoma of the Nose: An Updated Review
Background This study was designed to update clinical and imaging features as well as treatment outcomes of the nasal respiratory epithelial adenomatoid hamartoma (REAH). Data sources included caseExpand
Validation of a self‐questionnaire for assessing the control of allergic rhinitis
Cite this as: P. Demoly, R. Jankowski, O. Chassany, Y. Bessah and F‐A. Allaert, Clinical & Experimental Allergy, 2011 (41) 860–868.
Comparison of radical (nasalisation) and functional ethmoidectomy in patients with severe sinonasal polyposis. A retrospective study.
OBJECTIVE To compare the 5-year outcomes of two endoscopic surgical approaches for diffuse and severe nasal polyposis. STUDY DESIGN A natural experimental situation gave us the opportunity toExpand
Eosinophils in the pathophysiology of nasal polyposis.
Nasal polyposis can be defined as a chronic inflammatory disease of the paranasal sinus mucosa, leading to a protrusion of benign edematous polyps from the meatus into the nasal cavities. NasalExpand
Comparison of functional results after ethmoidectomy and nasalization for diffuse and severe nasal polyposis.
Taking advantage of a natural experimental situation, we compared, retrospectively, functional results after nasalization and ethmoidectomy for diffuse nasal polyposis. Nasalization was a radicalExpand