Inferior turbinate surgery in children: A survey of practice patterns

The Laryngoscope, 05/02/2012

A high proportion of pediatric otolaryngologists perform inferior turbinate surgery, most commonly for nasal obstruction. Coblation is the most common technique used, and complications are mostly minor. Physician satisfaction rates are high despite a paucity of outcomes data on the procedure.

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