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A Case of Frontal Mococele Treated with Transblepharoplasty Approach Combined with Endoscopic Approach

Jung JW, Hong SM, Shin JM, Lee SH, Lee HM

In recent years, endoscopic sinus marsupialization has become the treatment of choice for the treatment of paranasal sinus mucoceles due to its noninvasiveness and successful outcome. However, mucoceles located at...
Two Cases of Rhinocerebral Mucormycosis

Paik JY, An SH, Kim ST, Jung JH

Mucormycosis is a rare opportunistic fungal infection. The most common infection site is the paranasal sinuses, although it can also occur in the lungs and skin. The fungus adheres to...
A Case of Endoscopic Removal of Nasal Myiasis in Cerebral Infarction Patient

Han JU, Suk SH, Im JS, Kim BY

Infestation of tissue by fly larvae is termed myiasis, and it is unusual in humans. Nasal myiasis is common in low socioeconomic status individuals due to poor nasal hygiene. It...
A Case of Allergic Fungal Rhinosinusitis with Concurrently Occuring Fungus Ball

Kwon KR, Park JS, Park SJ, Rha KS, Kim YM

Allergic fungal rhinosinusitis (AFRS) is a noninvasive fungal infection of the paranasal sinuses that are usually seen in young immunocompetent patients with atopy and/or asthma. Fungus balls can grow in...
Cholesterol Granuloma of Nasal Septum

Koo SK, Kim YJ, Jung SH, Son H

Cholesterol granulomas are inflammatory deposits commonly found in the mastoid antrum and air cells of temporal bone. They rarely occur in the nose. Here, we report an extremely rare case...
A Case of Recurrent and Multiple Schwannomas in the Caudal Septum

Kwak SG, Kim CD, Kim YJ, Kim SW

Schwannomas are benign neoplasms arising from the sheath of myelinated nerve fibers and may occur in any part of the body. They mostly occur in the head and neck region,...
Anatomical Factors Affecting Outcome of Outfracture of the Inferior Turbinate: Radiologic Analysis

Park SH, Yun M, Mo JH, Chung YJ

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Outfracture of the inferior turbinate (IT) is a less invasive procedurethan all other reductive turbinate surgeries. The aim of this study is to investigate the anatomical factors...
Methodology for Big Data Analysis Using Data from National Health Insurance Service: Preliminary Methodologic Study and Review about the Relationship between Sinus Surgery and Asthma

Yu S, Wee J, Kim JW, Yoon S

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Sinus surgery has been reported to improve pulmonary function and decrease the use of asthma medications in patients with chronic rhinosinusitis and asthma. Most studies, however, have...
Clinical Characteristics and Expression Pattern of IL-33 and IL-25 According to Histologic Classification in Chronic Rhinosinusitis with Nasal Polyposis

Kim SH, Mo JH, Chung YJ, Xu J, Park SJ, Rha KS, Kim YM

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Many kinds of inflammatory cells and cytokines are suggested to be related to the pathophysiology of chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyposis (CRSwNP), but not yet fully understood....
Headache Characteristics in Rhinologic Patients and the Role of Surgical Treatment

Choi JW, Kim EH, Ryu IS, Lim HW, Song YJ, Yeo NK

OBJECTIVES: Even though headache is a common symptom in patients with chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) or nasal septal deviation (NSD), there are very few recent reports investigating headache characteristics in rhinologic...
Prospective Study on the Characteristics and Postoperative Improvement of Rhinogenic Headache

Wee JH, Lee JE, Hong SL, Shin JM, Kim DY

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Headache secondary to sinonasal disease can improve after surgery, but few prospective studies have investigated this outcome. We aimed to evaluate the characteristics of headaches, such as...
Development and Utilization of a Mouse Model of Nasal Polyps

Kim SW, Jeon SY, Kim DW

Systemic corticosteroids currently represent the most effective treatment for chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyps (CRSwNP), but their long-term use is constrained due to their detrimental side effects. Until recently, development...

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