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Macmillan, Dec 3, 2002 - Health & Fitness - 210 pages
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The most informative book yet on sinus problems, with up-to-date information on diagnosis, treatment, and management

More than thirty million people in the United States suffer from acute or chronic infections of the sinuses, and sinus medicines account for more than four billion dollars in drug sales every year. In some cases, sinusitis can be just a minor nuisance, but often it is much more than that: sinus problems can make life miserable.

Sinusitis Relief is designed to help sufferers of sinus problems seek the treatment that is right for them, starting with the correct diagnosis, and providing all the facts about the most up-to-date treatments and procedures. Sinusitis Relief provides information on
--the various kinds of sinusitis, their symptoms and diagnosis
--the most current information on medication
--how to determine when a surgical procedure is necessary and which one is best
--sinusitis in children, its different manifestations and treatments
--alternative therapies for sinusitis
--new research and developments in the diagnosis and treatment of chronic sinus complaints

With Sinusitis Relief, sinusitis patients are finally given the resources necessary to make informed decisions about their condition and take the steps they need to begin improving their sinus problems, and their lives.

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Plasse and Masline, an otolaryngologist and experienced health writer, respectively, present a sometimes overwhelmingly comprehensive and informative book about a common ailment. Indeed, sinusitis ... Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Harvey Plasse, M.D., is director of otolaryngology at New York University Downtown Hospital and associate professor of otolaryngology at the New York University School of Medicine. He lives in New York.

Shelagh Ryan Masline is an experienced health writer, the co-author of several works of nonfiction, and a regular contributor to health journals. She lives in New York.

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