chronic rhinitis


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chronic rhinitis

[′krän·ik rī′nīd·əs]
(medicine)
Inflammation of the nasal mucous membrane due to repeated attacks of acute rhinitis; associated with membrane hypertrophy and later atrophy.
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The advent of cryotherapy which uses cold temperatures to interrupts the errant nerve signals and treat inflamed nerves in chronic rhinitis is driving the growth of the market.
This is the first report, to our knowledge, of sinus trephination in a toucan and describes the advanced diagnostic and medical and surgical treatment of chronic rhinitis in this case.
(34) For tougher cases, addressing the underlying causes is helpful at eliminating chronic rhinitis. Some of the underlying causes could be naso-sinus fungal, polymicrobial, or multidrug resistant bacteria biofilm.
Arrinex has developed ClariFix, a novel cryoablation technology for the treatment of chronic rhinitis. This condition, which affects over 24m people in the US each year, may cause runny nose, congestion, sneezing and nasal itching.
Chronic rhinitis is a very common condition throughout the world, with up to 20 million patients affected by nonallergic rhinitis (NAR) in the United States and 50 million in Europe [1].
Chronic rhinitis and its association with headache frequency and disability in persons with migraine: Results of the American Migraine Prevalence and Prevention (AMPP) Study.
Chronic rhinitis causes permanent thickening of the turbinates and if it is refractory to medical line of management then the treatment of choice is surgery.
We have excluded studies examining this entity as our study was focused on chronic rhinitis.
Over the last years, studies on a large group of the population, including children with various forms of chronic rhinitis, have also been led by Gelardi et al.
Prolonged snuff inhalation causes direct contact of tobacco to the nasal mucosa leading to chronic rhinitis. Smoking destroys the ciliated cell of nasal mucosa and reduces secondary clearance of mucociliary action that can lead to AR.
I was sent to a specialist that did a rhinoscopy, blood work, biopsies, and chest X-rays, and they didn't find anything, but diagnosed Chronic Rhinitis. She is coming to the end of a two-week treatment of Zeniquin that does not seem to be working.--JT

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