Since 2007, the University Hospital has been treating chronic sinusitis with a less invasive procedure. It consists of a balloon sinus device, a disposable catheter attached to a rod that is inserted into certain sinuses through the nasal cavity, where it then is inflated to expand and remodel the sinus opening.
University Hospital uses advanced technology to treat chronic sinusitis
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