Abstract

    Open Access Editorial Article ID: AOR-7-243

    Diagnosis of the pathophysiology of chronic mucosal diseases of allergic rhinitis, asthma and otitis media as seen by an otolaryngologist

    David S Hurst* and Alan B McDaniel

    Otolaryngologists, like Pediatricians, often see patients with chronic rhino-sinusitis and draining ears. Surgeons can offer various procedures, from simple tympanostomy tubes to advanced sinus and turbinate operations, in which significant portions of bone and mucosa are removed. The rates of reinfection are often reduced [1] but failures occur.


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    Published on: Dec 13, 2021 Pages: 24-26

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/2455-1759.000143
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