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Novel Approaches to Diagnosis and Treatment of Sino-nasal Pathology

Lead Editor:
    Professor Horia Mocanu Titu Maiorescu University Romania

The nose and paranasal sinuses as part of the respiratory system, represent a first contact point for various harmful factors and are, therefore, the site for an array of pathologies that include, amongst others, inflammation, allergies, trauma and tumors. In recent years, the diagnostic and therapeutic methods for nasal and sinus pathologies, such as Chronic Rhinosinusitis (CRS) and Allergic Rhinitis have developed consistently but many parameters still remain unknown regarding medical treatments, formulations, doses, treatment duration. Also, the patient’s lack of compliance to classical treatment can sometimes prompt the physician to experimenting with nonconventional treatment and techniques. The surgical approach to sinusitis is even more complicated as the results are inconsistent and the techniques develop constantly. Tumoral and traumatic pathology of the nose and sinuses are also key points that raise a number of questions regarding techniques, guidelines and results. In this special issue, we propose submission of full original communications, both original research and review articles, related to the above-mentioned topics. We especially encourage the presentation of novel and original treatments and techniques including immunologic, homeopathic and alternative treatments as well as novel diagnostic techniques and protocols expanding to real world practice.

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Print ISSN: 1792-0981
Online ISSN: 1792-1015

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