coryza


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coryza

[kə′rī·zə]
(medicine)
Inflammation of the mucous membranes of the nose, usually marked by sneezing and discharge of watery mucous.
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The colleague himself tried 12 mg/day, and within two weeks he developed deep acne and the worst coryza he had ever experienced.
Material and Method: A cross-sectional study was conducted in the pediatric emergency department of Vakif Gureba Hospital, Istanbul, between December 2008 and March 2009, including patients aged 8 months to 11 years presenting with fever and cough, coryza, myalgias, and /or malaise.
There were 223 male and female participants (aged 18 to 60 years) who were suffering from symptoms of coryza.
Common cold (synonyms: acute coryza, acute viral nasopharyngitis) is a highly contagious, viral disease of the upper respiratory tract.
Polluted air also causes loss of appetite, pneumonia, eyeinfection, chronicle coryza disease( cold, cough) and laryngitis in birds.
Symptoms generally include rhinorrhea or nasal congestion, airway inflammation, coryza, and wheals.
The most prevalent diseases in Zimbabwean communal areas are Newcastle Disease, Avian Cocidiosis, Diarrhoea, Fowl cholera, Fowl coryza, Fowl pox and Marek's disease (Chitate and Guta, 2001; Kusina et al.
Opening March 7 at the Smithsonian's Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, the exhibit will include this Coryza vase designed by Marcel Wanders in 2005.
Pharyngitis: Symptoms of pharyngitis include sudden onset of high fever, headaches, pharyngitis, coryza, abdominal pain, and vomiting (Uphold & Graham, 2003).
The URTI category included streptococcal pharyngitis and tonsillitis, acute URTI not otherwise specified (NOS), acute rhinitis, head cold, nasopharyngitis, pharyngitis, coryza, sinusitis, tonsillitis NOS, laryngitis NOS, tracheitis, croup, and influenza.
Il est sujet au coryza spasmodique, qu'il appelle "fievre des foins," qui le frappe au printemps, et qui peut s'accompagner de manifestations asthmatiques.