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What are the treatment options for neutrophilic rhinosinusitis?

Treatment options for neutrophilic rhinosinusitis are much the same as those used for regular rhinosinusitis. General symptoms of rhinosinusitis can be treated through decongestants, saline spray, pain relievers, antibiotics, antifungal medications, and immunotherapy. The specific symptoms of neutrophilic rhinosinusitis can be treated by decongestants and nasal saline solution. However, if the sinuses are infected it is best to use antibiotics.

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