Monday, 11 June 2012

Dangers of Nasal Polyps Surgery

Conventional nasal polyps treatment generally involves steroid therapy as the first line of treatment and eventually surgical removal when steroids prove ineffective or intolerable.
There are two types of nasal polyps surgery: nasal polypectomy and functional endoscopic sinus surgery. The former is used for polyps which are near the nose entrance while the latter is used for polyps deep in the sinuses and involves an incision being made in the face. Before opting for such procedures, there are a number of complications and dangers of nasal polyps surgery that you should know about.
Nasal Polyps SurgeryFirst of all, contrary to what you may think, nasal polyps surgery is NOT a permanent solution for most people, as recurrence of nasal polyps after surgery is likely. The reported frequency of nasal polyps re-growth post-operatively varies, but in most cases it is found to occur in most patients. According to Dr. Wynn and Dr. Har-El from the SUNY Downstate Medical Center at Brooklyn (New York, USA), 60% of patients who undergo nasal polyps surgery develop recurrent polyposis. According to Dr. Mark C. Loury at Advanced Otolaryngology, PC (Colorado, USA), rates of recurrence can be as high as 75%.
Learn More about the dangers of conventional therapies and surgery and the effective natural alternative medicine for Nasal Polyps


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