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Churg-Strauss disease

Polypoid sinusitis in patients with Churg Strauss s

The autoimmune disease systemic Vasculitis Churg Strauss is associated with the presence of anti-neutrophil (antineutrophil cytoplasm antibodies-TERI Weigel) that may have lead to severe asthma, fever, Eosinophilic, renal and cardiac insufficiency, peripheral neuropathy; many patients develop pulmonary infiltrates, sinusitis, hypertension, abdominal pain, diarrhea, skin lesions (Purple, subcutaneous nodules).
L & #8217; asthma is the presenting symptom in most patients.
ENT evaluation can demonstrate the presence of rhinitis and nasal polyps framing stage.
The role of & #8217; Otolaryngologist may be important to clarify the diagnosis due to nasal polypoid growths of endometrial biopsy and #8217;: quick and safe outpatient procedure.
The ENT specialist will have to try and treat symptomatic therapy nasal problems and treating any complications. Surgical approaches to sinusitis should be evaluated very carefully given the greater tendency to recurrence of polyps in these patients and given the Comorbidities dates from the same disease.