Use of nasal cytology in the diagnosis of occult chronic sinusitis in asthmatic children.
- Published Article
Annals of allergy
- Publication Date
Dec 01, 1994
We feel that the Rhinoprobe, with criteria of > or = 5 neutrophils per high power field, may be useful as a screen for occult chronic sinusitis in childhood asthma. Confirmation of sinusitis via X-ray is still necessary if neutrophils are present on Rhinoprobe nasal cytology.
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