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Endoscopic sinus surgery vs. balloon sinuplasty

Thinking about surgery for chronic sinusitis? Here are five reasons endoscopic sinus surgery may be a better option than balloon sinuplasty. Chronic sinusitis affects millions of people every year.  Some people with chronic sinus problems can’t get relief with medications, no matter what they try.  They may need to consider having sinus surgery to get

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Drs. Villwock, Deshaies, and Goyal publish study on pituitary tumor surgery

    Dr. Jennifer Villwock, researcher Mark Villwock, Dr. Eric Deshaies, and Dr. Parul Goyal recently conducted a study on patients undergoing surgery for pituitary tumors.  The article, Significant increases of pituitary tumors and resections from 1993 to 2011, was published in the September issue of the International Forum of Allergy & Rhinology.  Dr. Eric Deshaies

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Drs. John Craig and Parul Goyal study safety of nasal endoscopes

  Dr. John Craig, of the University of Pennsylvania Department of Otolaryngology, and Dr. Parul Goyal, of Syracuse Otolaryngology, recently conducted a study regarding the safety of nasal endoscopes.  The article was published in the medical journal International Forum of Allergy & Rhinology. A nasal endoscope is a piece of equipment used during nasal and

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Drs. Craig, Goyal, & Suryadevara publish article about nasal surgery in AJRA

Dr. John Craig Dr. Amar Suryadevara Dr. Parul Goyal Cover of the January-February 2014 issue of AJRA featuring picture from article by Drs. Craig, Goyal, & Suryadevara Drs. John Craig, Parul Goyal, & Amar Suryadevara’s paper selected for the cover image of the American Journal of Rhinology & Allergy Dr. John Craig, Dr. Parul Goyal,

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