Chronic sinusitis: sources and notes

Author : Sylvie Charbonnier.

Expert consultant: Dr. Jean Yves Guillaume, ENT doctor.

Last updated: January 2018, by Dr. Romain Boutonné.


Antibiotic therapy in general practice in respiratory infections. Main messages of the recommendations of good practice. Afssaps, October 2005.

Gilain L, Maxillary Sinusitis, EMC ENT Treatment, Elsevier SAS, 2005.

Recommendation for Clinical Practice: Infectious rhinosinusitis. French Society of Otolaryngology and Surgery of the Face and Neck. 2016

Rhinitis and chronic rhinosinusitis. ENT Lariboisière 2017

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