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nasal

[′nā·zəl]
(anatomy)
Of or pertaining to the nose.
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After nasal surgery, nasal mucosa is under process of healing and there is excessive crusting and nasal discharge which hurdle the proper delivery of topically applied steroids.
Among 314 patients in the study, 59% of patients had nasal discharge as one of the presenting symptom and 41% did not have nasal discharge (Table 13).
A 15 years old Gir cow and 8 years old Gir bullock with history of chronic upper respiratory dysfunction, increased respiratory noise and profuse mucopurulent nasal discharge were presented for treatment.
In this study, five patients had a history of chronic nasal discharge.
TEHRAN (FNA)- High dose zinc acetate lozenges shortened the duration of common-cold associated nasal discharge by 34%, nasal congestion by 37%, scratchy throat by 33%, and cough by 46%, according to a meta-analysis.
Answer: This is known as nasal discharge and there are several causes.
Symptoms of cancer in animals include coughing, trouble eating or breathing, weight loss, vomiting, nasal discharge and bleeding.
Other preoperative complaints included sneezing (n = 8), headache (n = 5), and nasal discharge (n = 3).
They learned four of the man's camels had been sick with nasal discharge
Abstract: An adult male hyacinth macaw (Anodorhynchus hyacinthinus) that presented for acute onset nasal discharge and dyspnea had purulent discharge from the right naris and serosanguineous discharge from the left naris on physical examination.
Therefore the scientists presume that the transmission pathway from animals to humans most likely occurs through these contact sites, especially through nasal discharge.
Dr Ziad Kurd Ali, otolaryngologist at UHS, told Gulf News that parents should look out for the following signs: "If the child has been breathing from his mouth for more than two weeks, snoring, suffering from protrusion of the lower jaw or nasal discharge, parents must take him/her to an ear, nose, throat [ENT] doctor.