Benefit from the minimally invasive sinus technique.

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INTRODUCTION Sinus drainage is impeded by the transition spaces that the anterior paranasal sinuses drain into, not the ostia themselves. Addressing the transition spaces and leaving the ostia intact, using the minimally invasive sinus technique, should reverse chronic rhinosinusitis. AIM To assess patient benefit following use of the minimally invasive… (More)
DOI: 10.1017/S0022215108002363

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@article{Salama2009BenefitFT, title={Benefit from the minimally invasive sinus technique.}, author={Nardine Salama and Richard J Oakley and Christopher James Skilbeck and Natasha Choudhury and Antony Jacob}, journal={The Journal of laryngology and otology}, year={2009}, volume={123 2}, pages={186-90} }