Threshold-adapted aspirin desensitization – a new method in the treatment of aspirin induced nasal polyposis

Guido Mühlmeier & Heinz Maier
Nasal polyposis is defined as a subentity of chronic sinusitis and often leads to surgery after initial attempts of conservative treatment. As both regimens reflect symptomatic treatment, nasal polyposis tends to numerous relapses. The affected patients are over-proportionally intolerant to salicylates.[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]