Factors for maxillary sinus volume and craniofacial anatomical features in adults with chronic rhinosinusitis.

@article{Cho2010FactorsFM,
  title={Factors for maxillary sinus volume and craniofacial anatomical features in adults with chronic rhinosinusitis.},
  author={Seok Hyun Cho and Tae Heon Kim and Kyung Rae Kim and Jong-Min Lee and Dong-Kyun Lee and Jae-Hun Kim and Jae-Jung Im and Chang-Joo Park and Kyung-Gyun Hwang},
  journal={Archives of otolaryngology--head & neck surgery},
  year={2010},
  volume={136 6},
  pages={610-5}
}
OBJECTIVES To compare the volume of the maxillary sinus, dental factors, and craniofacial anatomical features between control subjects and patients with chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) and to investigate critical factors for the volumetric change in the maxillary sinus in adults. DESIGN Retrospective case-control study. SETTING Tertiary referral center. PARTICIPANTS Ninety-nine individuals who visited an allergy and sinus center: 52 control subjects (septal deviation; mean age, 32.69 years… CONTINUE READING

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Factors for maxillary sinus volume and craniofacial anatomical features in adults with chronic rhinosinusitis . OBJECTIVES .
To compare the volume of the maxillary sinus , dental factors , and craniofacial anatomical features between control subjects and patients with chronic rhinosinusitis ( CRS ) and to investigate critical factors for the volumetric change in the maxillary sinus in adults .
To compare the volume of the maxillary sinus , dental factors , and craniofacial anatomical features between control subjects and patients with chronic rhinosinusitis ( CRS ) and to investigate critical factors for the volumetric change in the maxillary sinus in adults .
Nasal sinusIs associated anatomic site ofChronic sinusitis
Factors for maxillary sinus volume and craniofacial anatomical features in adults with chronic rhinosinusitis . OBJECTIVES .
To compare the volume of the maxillary sinus , dental factors , and craniofacial anatomical features between control subjects and patients with chronic rhinosinusitis ( CRS ) and to investigate critical factors for the volumetric change in the maxillary sinus in adults .
To compare the volume of the maxillary sinus , dental factors , and craniofacial anatomical features between control subjects and patients with chronic rhinosinusitis ( CRS ) and to investigate critical factors for the volumetric change in the maxillary sinus in adults .
Nasal sinusIs associated anatomic site ofrhinosinusitis
Factors for maxillary sinus volume and craniofacial anatomical features in adults with chronic rhinosinusitis . OBJECTIVES .
To compare the volume of the maxillary sinus , dental factors , and craniofacial anatomical features between control subjects and patients with chronic rhinosinusitis ( CRS ) and to investigate critical factors for the volumetric change in the maxillary sinus in adults .
To compare the volume of the maxillary sinus , dental factors , and craniofacial anatomical features between control subjects and patients with chronic rhinosinusitis ( CRS ) and to investigate critical factors for the volumetric change in the maxillary sinus in adults .
To compare the volume of the maxillary sinus , dental factors , and craniofacial anatomical features between control subjects and patients with chronic rhinosinusitis ( CRS ) and to investigate critical factors for the volumetric change in the maxillary sinus in adults .
To compare the volume of the maxillary sinus , dental factors , and craniofacial anatomical features between control subjects and patients with chronic rhinosinusitis ( CRS ) and to investigate critical factors for the volumetric change in the maxillary sinus in adults .
Factors for maxillary sinus volume and craniofacial anatomical features in adults with chronic rhinosinusitis . OBJECTIVES .
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