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inflammation of one of the paranasal sinuses

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STS Medical Ltd revealed on Monday the receipt of regulatory clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its composite sinus stent for the treatment of chronic sinusitis following Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery (FESS).
AS well as nasal polyps and pre-existing conditions like asthma, other factors in developing chronic sinusitis include a deviated (crooked) nasal septum, certain medications, plus certain allergies and food intolerances may play a part for some people.
Chronic sinusitis is referred to as a complex spectrum of illness from ecological factors such as pollution, microbial infection, allergies, and fungi.
Chronic sinusitis is one of the more commonly reported reasons for patient visits to a family physician.
After receiving a designation to reevaluate lysozyme preparations including Neuzym in January 2012, Eisai, Sannova and three other companies(1) handling lysozyme have been jointly carrying out post-marketing clinical studies (double blind, placebo-controlled comparative studies) to verify efficacy of these drugs for chronic sinusitis, bronchitis, bronchial asthma, and bronchiectasis.
A permanently defected mucociliary mechanism predisposes to chronic sinusitis and disease of the lower respiratory tract.
Chronic sinusitis is a common problem for people with allergies or asthma.
Dubai: There is hope in the form of surgery for people suffering from chronic sinusitis, a condition that lasts longer than 12 weeks and causes nasal obstruction or congestion, and pain and tenderness in the face, said leading specialists in the field on Sunday.
Funds to Fuel Commercial Expansion and Development of Next Generation Products for Chronic Sinusitis Sufferers
Washington, September 13 ( ANI ): A common bacteria ever-present on the human skin and previously considered harmless, may, in fact, be responsible for chronic sinusitis, a painful, recurring swelling of the sinuses, a new study reveals.
We conducted a study to validate the expression of PLUNC (palate, lung, and nasal epithelial clone) protein in nasal polyp and chronic sinusitis tissue by immunohistochemistry.
Objective: Objective of the study was to evaluate the diagnostic yield of X-rays taking CT scan as gold standard in acute and chronic sinusitis.
As a result, people may be suffering chronic sinusitis without getting treatment, the group said.
The study will include patients with severe chronic sinusitis refractory to sinus surgery.
Pharmacies have been requesting the nasal aerosol delivery system in response to physician and patient requests for prescribed treatments for respiratory conditions such as chronic sinusitis, asthma, and severe allergies.
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