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February 2023

Unified Airway Disease
Devyani Lal, Angela M. Donaldson and David W. Jang, Editors

Nearly fifteen years later, advances in our understanding of airway inflammation have further refined the concept of the unified airway and have led to more targeted medical therapies. With a greater understanding of type 2 inflammation, we have seen the development and widespread use of biologics for the treatment of nasal polyps and asthma. We have also seen the impact of translational medicine on cystic fibrosis patients. The advent of CFTR modulators has transformed the way we manage the unified airway and has improved the quality of life and morbidity of these patients. With these new advances, close collaboration between otolaryngologists, allergists, pulmonologists, and other specialists has become critical for patient care.

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Otolaryngologic Clinics of North America updates you on the latest trends in patient management; keeps you up to date on the newest advances; and provides a sound basis for choosing treatment options. Each issue focuses on a single topic in otolaryngology and is presented under the direction of an experienced guest editor.

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