Beyond their symptoms, are chronic rhinosinusitis patients also suffering from a lack of innovation in the ear, nose and throat therapeutic space?
Maryam Mahdi | | Quick Read
For the 65 percent of chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) patients who experience a relapse of the condition after surgery and require surgical revision, daily medication to manage the symptoms is a reality. CRS affects between one and five percent of the US population and is defined as the inflammation of the nose and paranasal sinuses. The disease can be sub-categorized into two groups; CRS with nasal polyps and CRS without nasal polyps. Even in cases of successful surgery, patients must continue to take medicines.
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