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Tonsillectomy by Cold Dissection and Coblation Techniques: A Prospective Comparative Study
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Patients with chronic and recurrent tonsillitis who underwent surgery in Group 2 (coblation) showed better outcome when compared to Group 1 (dissection and snare method) and the duration of surgery was less in Groups 1 and 2.
Hydrogen peroxide as a hemostatic agent in tonsillectomy: Is it beneficial?
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3% Hydrogen Peroxide is a potent agent for antimicrobial activity and haemostasis when introduced in the tonsillar fossa post tonsillectomy when used in moderation and is very effective in preventing blood loss.
Quality of Life in Patients with Nasal Septal Deviation After Septal Correction
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It can be concluded that Septal Correction as a surgical procedure is still relevant in today’s World for symptomatic betterment and for a healthier lifestyle.
Comparative Study Between Endoscopic Sinus Surgery Using Microdebrider and Conventional Techniques with It’s Impact on Pulmonary Function Tests: A Randomized Control Trial
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There was a statistically considerable difference in the FEV1 values in microdebrider ESS than conventional ESS, which is considered superior when the authors have to address the coexistence of lower airway diseases along with CRS.
Comparison between intranasal antrostomy and middle meatal antrostomy in the management of isolated maxillary sinusitis in the Rural Population: A prospective study
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Although endoscopic Middle Meatal Antrostomy is a newer and more non-invasive procedure, the age-old Intranasalantrostomy with Nasoantral Window-Plasty is still relevant in the management of chronic maxillary sinusitis in this modern age in the authors' rural area.
Effectiveness of isolated septal surgeries in nasal septal deviations: A prospective study with reference to the nasal obstruction symptom evaluation scale
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The conclusion obtained from the study was that septoplasty and submucous resection as isolated surgical procedures are still relevant in today's world for symptomatic betterment and a healthier lifestyle.
Usefulness of The Reflux Symptom Index in the Management of Laryngopharyngeal Reflux
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It can be concluded that RSI is still highly valid in the follow-up for patients with LPR because it can be easily administered and gives accurate results with excellent validation.
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