Patients with Type 2 comorbidity
require significantly more
had previous endoscopic
had more than
CRSwNP patients had a mean number of 3.3 previous surgeries per patient
a A study was conducted through electronic medical records at Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois. CRSwNP, asthma, and AERD patients were identified. The following demographic and clinical features were characterized: sex, atopy, and sinus disease severity.
AERD, aspirin-exacerbated respiratory disease.
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