STUDY OF RECURRENCE OF NASAL POLYPOSIS IN GOVERNMENT GENERAL HOSPITAL VIJAYAWADA FROM MARCH 2014 TO MARCH 2018

Dr. B. Krupalin, Dr. P. Sudha

Abstract


Nasal polyps are considered as sub group of chronic rhinosinusitis. they are one of the most common inammatory mass
lesions of the nose effecting up to 4% of the populations; Their etiology remains unclear.Allergy , asthma, infections,
fungi ,cystic brosis and aspirin sensitivity are found to be associated with nasal polyps They present with nasal obstrutions ,anosmia ,hypo
smia,rhynoria post nasal drip,sneezing and less commonly facial pain andepistaxis. CT scan is used to know the extent of disease. Management
nasal polyps involves combination of medical therapy and surgery .Both topical and nasal corticosteroids are used for treatment as well as postop
prophylaxsis against reccurance of polyps.surgical management includes endoscopic sinus surgery which reserved for cases refractory to
medical management .


Keywords


Nasal polyps ,chronic rhinosinusitis,intranasal corticosteroids ,endoscopic sinus surgery.

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