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The role of CT scan in predicting complications in small ethmoidal osteomas

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A randomized control study to compare the efficacy of intranasal fluticasone propionate and intranasal budesonide in controlling postoperative symptoms in patients with nasal polyposis after endoscopic sinus surgery

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BACKGROUND. Sinonasal polyposis represents a chronic inflammatory condition characterized by nasal obstruction, reduction in the sense of smell and impaired quality of life. Intranasal steroids play an important role in preventing the postoperative recurrences in these cases. We carried out a study to evaluate and compare intra nasal budesonide and intranasal fluticasone propionate in the postoperative management of ethmoidal nasal polyposis.

MATERIAL AND METHODS. 106 patients with ethmoidal polyposis were treated with endoscopic polypectomy and were postoperatively started and maintained on intranasal steroids. 54 patients were managed with budesonide and 52 patients maintained on fluticasone propionate nasal spray. The patients were followed-up for 6 months and recurrences and control of symptoms evaluated.

RESULTS. There was a statistical difference in the SNOT-22 (p<0.0001) and Lund-Kennedy scores (p=0.015) between patients using fluticasone propionate as compared to those using budesonide intra nasal spray by the end of the 6th month.

CONCLUSION. Both intranasal budesonide and fluticasone propionate are effective in controlling symptoms after endoscopic sinus surgery in patients with sinonasal polyposis; however, intranasal fluticasone propionate was more efficacious than budesonide in the control of postoperative symptoms.

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Sinonasal inverted papilloma – what’s new

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Angioedema, a life-threatening adverse reaction to ACE-inhibitors

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Use of codeine and NSAID combination in rhinogenic headache

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Epistaxis management - our point of view and literature review

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Difficulties in the surgical management of head and neck cancer patient

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Evolution of microbial etiology in acute and chronic rhinosinusitis and its role in the current management of antibiotic treatment

. Sabaru I, Neagu A. Acute bacterial rhinosinusitis: new aspects regarding bacterial spectrum and microbiologic diagnosis. Romanian Journal of Rhinology. 2014;4(14):111-6. 5. Wang DY, Wardani RS, Singh K, Thanaviratananich S, Vicente G, Xu G, et al. A survey on the management of acute rhinosinusitis among Asian physicians. Rhinology. 2011;49(3):264-71. DOI: 10.4193/Rhino10.169. 6. Revai K, Dobbs LA, Nair S, Patel JA, Grady JJ, Chonmaitree T. Incidence of acute otitis media and sinusitis complicating upper respiratory tract infection: the effect of age

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Cystic fibrosis - general review on sinonasal complications and case report

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Surgery for nasal obstruction in inferior turbinate hypertrophy

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