Erin W.

Olfactory and sinonasal outcomes in endoscopic transsphenoidal skull-base surgery

Olfactory and sinonasal outcomes in endoscopic transsphenoidal skull-base surgery Sowerby LJ, Gross M, Broad R, Wright ED Background Endoscopic anterior skull-base surgery has been previously suggested to cause a significant deterioration in olfactory function. Given the impact on quality of life, the objective of this study was to determine the effect of a unilateral...

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Intravenous tranexamic acid and intraoperative visualization during functional endoscopic sinus surgery: a double-blind randomized controlled trial

Intravenous tranexamic acid and intraoperative visualization during functional endoscopic sinus surgery: a double-blind randomized controlled trial Langille MA, Chiarella A, Côté DWJ, et al. Background Bleeding during endoscopic sinus surgery (ESS) can hinder surgical progress and may be associated with increased complications. Tranexamic acid is an antifibrinolytic that is known to...

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‘Nose job’ usually goes beyond cosmetics

Article Published By The Gazette (Montreal) March 25, 2008 Erin Wright is a rhinologist at the University of Alberta Hospital’s Alberta Sinus Centre in Edmonton. Erin Wright is a rhinologist at the University of Alberta Hospital’s Alberta Sinus Centre in Edmonton. Q: What is a deviated septum? Is it just a cover for getting a nose job? A: Your nose is partitioned into two equal...

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Welcome to our New Website!

The Alberta Sinus Centre is excited to announce the launch of our new and improved website. The site is more user-friendly and the content is better organized to allow users to easily find the information they are looking for. We would like to thank Bill Chroniaris for taking on the website project in collaboration with Dr. Erin Wright for his valuable input in the new design. We hope you enjoy...

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