Tag: raj sindwani

intraconal orbital tumor
October 5, 2023/Neurosciences

Endonasal Approach Enables Intraconal Orbital Tumor Removal

A partnership between a skull-base rhinologist and a neurosurgeon has helped advance a technique with favorable outcomes and minimal postoperative morbidity

March 3, 2023/Neurosciences

Case Study: Pre-Adolescent Male With Aggressive Juvenile Angiofibroma

Collaboration critical to a successful resection

Smelling flower with face mask
March 17, 2021/COVID-19

Treating Smell Loss in COVID-19 Patients

A Rhinologist offers advice for managing one of the predominant symptoms of positive COVID-19 cases.


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June 13, 2019/Neurosciences

Risk of Depression Is Twice as High in Patients With Nonallergic Rhinitis, Study Finds

Physicians caring for patients with rhinitis should be cognizant of association with depression


Most Late Surgical Cancellations in a Rhinology Practice Are Avoidable, Study Finds

Examining patterns in surgical cancellations at a tertiary rhinology and skull base practice


Exhalation Delivery System with Fluticasone Offers Greater Benefits than Previously Studied Intranasal Steroids

Novel exhalation delivery system with fluticasone improves outcomes for patients suffering from chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyps

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