Journal of Rhinology 2013;20(2):78-81.
Published online November 30, 2013.
Rhinosinusitis and Olfactory Dysfunction in HIV-Infected Patients
Woo Yong Bae, Tae Kyung Koh
Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Dong-A University College of Medicine, Busan, Korea. doncamel@dau.ac.kr
HIV 감염 환자에서 비부비동염과 후각 장애
배우용, 고태경
Woo Yong Bae, MD and Tae Kyung Koh, MD
Abstract
The prevalence of HIV infection is gradually increasing every year. Rhinosinusitis and complaints in relation to olfactory dysfunction are common in HIV-infected patients. These are rarely life-threatening but otolaryngologist should treat these patients aggressively, because rhinosinusitis and olfactory dysfunction can have a negative impact on the patients'quality of life. This paper covers these issues so that otolaryngologists may reasonably prevent, diagnosie, and treat persons suffering from rhinosinusitis and olfactory dysfunction related to HIV infection.
Key Words: Human Immunodeficiency Virus;Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome;Rhinosinusitis;Olfactory Dysfunction




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