Monthly Archives: May 2013

Treatment for acute rhinosinusitis

Is, of course, usually nothing because viral blah blah. However – if a patient has worsening symptoms after 5 days or persistent symptoms after ten days, then it’s worth giving them nasal steroids (if they’re systemically well) or 5 – … Continue reading

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Lichen sclerosus

Can occur at any age and in either sex (although more common in postmenopausal women). It can be a cause of severe constipation in girls. Synonyms in the past have included vulval dystrophy and balanitis xerotica obliterans. The cause is … Continue reading

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