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Delivering better results for patients through core outcomes, measuring evidence and patient participation

Volume: 56 - Issue: 3

Firstpage: 193 - Lastpage: 194

W.J. Fokkens

Nasal obstruction is one of the most frequent and bothersome symptoms in rhinosinal disease. Although we are able to measure nasal airflow, the correlation between the feeling of nasal obstruction and objective measurements has been shown to be average at most. A significant proportion of the European population has a more or less deviated nasal septum and deviated septa have received a lot of attention from otorhinolaryngologists. In sharp contrast is the amount of hard evidence concerning septoplasty with or without turbinate surgery.

W.J. Fokkens - Delivering better results for patients through core outcomes, measuring evidence and patient participation
Rhinology 56-3: 193-194, 2018