The fate of chronic rhinosinusitis sufferers after maximal medical therapy.

  title={The fate of chronic rhinosinusitis sufferers after maximal medical therapy.},
  author={Campbell J Baguley and Amanda Brownlow and Kaye Yeung and Ellie Pratt and Raymond Sacks and Richard J Harvey},
  journal={International forum of allergy & rhinology},
  volume={4 7},
BACKGROUND Many chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) treatment regimes revolve around "one-off" maximal medical therapy (MMT) protocols, and although many patients initially respond, long-term control is unpredictable. The value of imaging, endoscopy, and patient progress after MMT for CRS is assessed. METHODS Symptomatic CRS patients with computed tomography (CT)-confirmed disease were recruited at a tertiary rhinology clinic. All patients received at least a 3-week oral prednisone course as part of… CONTINUE READING
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