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How are polyps of the nose and sinuses diagnosed?

Alen N. Cohen, MD
Ear, Nose & Throat (Otolaryngology)
Sinus and nasal polyps are usually diagnosed in an in-office exam and then with a nasal endoscopy to confirm it. Watch sinus surgeon Alen Cohen, MD, FACS, of West Hills Hospital, explain this procedure and other ways polyps are diagnosed.

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