Author(s): Freedman HM, Kern EB
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Abstract A series of 1,000 consecutive intranasal ethmoidectomies performed on 565 patients was reviewed. There were 28 complications (2.8\%) in 26 patients. No patient died, and none became blind. This experience suggests that, in experienced hands, intranasal ethmoidectomy for polypoid disease and chronic ethmoid sinusitis can be a safe operation.
This article was published in Laryngoscope
and referenced in Otolaryngology: Open Access