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How are nasal polyps treated?

Alen N. Cohen, MD
Ear, Nose & Throat (Otolaryngology)
Nasal and sinus polyps can be treated with medications or surgery. In this video, Alen Cohen, MD, FACS, of West Hills Hospital, explains when surgery is necessary and how nasal steroid sprays help stop polyps from reforming.

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