A short course of oral corticosteroids (eg prednisolone; 6 day course using 215 milligram tablets)may be benefit.
Hypertension,Peptic ulcer, Diabetes, Pregnancy and Tuberculosis.
When medical management is unsuccessful, polyps should be removed surgically.
When frequent recurrence is likely or surgery itself is associated with increased risk a more complete procedure (etmoidectomy) may be advisable.
In recurrent polyposis, it may be necessary to remove polyps from ethmoid , sphenoid and maxillary sinuses to provide long lasting relief.
This may be done by intranasaly ,endoscopically ,via an anterior transantral route through the gingivolabial sulcus (Caldwell Luc)or through an external skin incision depending on the extent of disease.
Adhesions, Anosmia, Damage to orbital contents, Meningitis, Asthma
This polyp arises from the mucosa of maxillary antrum near its accessory ostium, comes out and grows in choana and nasal cavity . Thus it has 3 parts
Antral, Choanal, Nasal
Nasal allergy coupled with sinus infection is important cause. These polyps are seen in children and young adults .usually they are single and unilateral.