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Comparing nasal physiology after superior ethmoidal and traditional endoscopic anterior cranial base approaches

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V. Patel - R. Viswanathan - R. Ruffner - M. Peris-Celda - C.D. Pinheiro-Neto

To the Editor:
Endoscopic endonasal approaches can be effective for treating a wide variety of skull base pathologies with reduced complica- tions compared with open approaches. The traditional endo- scopic endonasal anterior cranial base approach (TA) involves total ethmoidectomies, middle and superior turbinectomies, near-total septectomy, sphenoidotomies and wide maxillary an- trostomies. However, these patients may develop chronic nasal crusting postoperatively requiring debridement.

V. Patel - R. Viswanathan - R. Ruffner - M. Peris-Celda - C.D. Pinheiro-Neto - Comparing nasal physiology after superior ethmoidal and traditional endoscopic anterior cranial base approaches
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