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Chronic rhinosinusitis: New understanding of specific and general Quality of life scores
Volume: 54 - Issue: 4
Firstpage: 289 - Lastpage: 291
A. Slovick - M. Cornet - P. Surda - P.V. Tomazic
Our goal in treating chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) is to reduce sinonasal symptoms and improve quality of life (QoL). In patients with CRS, sinonasal symptoms have a significant impact on QoL. Various validated measures exist to quantify QoL such as the 22-item Sinonasal Outcomes Test (SNOT- 22) and MSNOT-20 Young Persons Questionnaire (MSYPQ) specific to CRS, while others measure general QoL, such as the EuroQol 5-Dimensional general health-related QoL survey (EQ5D).
A. Slovick - M. Cornet - P. Surda - P.V. Tomazic - Chronic rhinosinusitis: New understanding of specific and general Quality of life scores
Rhinology 54-4: 289-291, 2016