Objective and Subjective associations in Chronic Rhinosinusitis
We sought to determine whether there existed a correlation within our population of medically recalcitrant CRS patients.
- Ours is the second largest study to look at this correlation
- Ours is the first study to use a mixed effects model for analysis
Trope, Michal; Brooks, Steven G.; Blasetti, Mariel; Doghramji, Laurel; Prasher, Arjun K.; Glicksman, Jordan T.; Kennedy, David W.; Thaler, Erica R.; Cohen, Noam A.; Palmer, James N.; and Adappa, Nithin D., "Objective and Subjective associations in Chronic Rhinosinusitis" (2017). Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery Presentations and Grand Rounds. Presentation 86.