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Powered instrumentation in functional endoscopic sinus surgery. I: Surgical technique

D A Christmas, J H Krouse
Ear, Nose, & Throat Journal 1996, 75 (1): 33-6, 39-40
The use of the microdebrider provides an excellent, safe and thorough technique in functional endoscopic sinus surgery. It provides atraumatic dissection with minimal bleeding which enables decreased surgical time and faster postoperative healing. It is easily learned and requires minimal supplemental instrumentation. We feel that it is a superior technique in the practice of functional endoscopic sinus surgery.

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