I have been in the metro-Atlanta area now for over 25 years and in that time, I have known many people who have commented that they were “allergic to Atlanta”.
As has been discussed often in the past, here at this blog chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) is a very complex disease. It takes in both anatomical and physiological changes that bring
The brain is the most metabolically active organ in the body and with all that metabolism there is a tremendous amount of toxic waste byproducts produced. One of these byproducts
What is CORE Syndrome? A 45-year-old patient that I have been following for several years, who first came to me due to his chronic recurrent sinusitis, was diagnosed
Chronic Sinusitis Symptoms & Evidence Chronic sinusitis, by definition, means inflammation of the sinus cavities. What is confusing about chronic sinusitis is the generalization of this definition and
Understanding the Risks Behind an Infection is so Critical How a Kluyvera ascorbata UTI was Developed by Dr. Andrew Pugliese Several weeks back an OB/GYN colleague called me about
Patient Testimonial - Chronic Sinus Infections by Cynthia I would like to thank Cynthia for taking the time to write the testimonial below. Viva Las Vegas! Where to start? I
Phoma Macrostroma - A Case of Unintended Consequences Several weeks ago, I had several patients - five in total, four of them established patients, but one new one, all who