rhinopharyngitis


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rhinopharyngitis

[¦rī·nō‚far·ən′jīd·əs]
(medicine)
Inflammation of the nose and pharynx or of the nasopharynx.
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In a French study published in Disease Management and Health Outcomes (2004; 12 [6]: 419-427), 499 children (aged 18 months to 4 years) suffering from rhinopharyngitis were divided into two treatment groups.
The relationship to the study product was considered "unrelated" by the principal investigator for nine adverse events: one episode each of pharyngitis, food poisoning, rhinopharyngitis and neutropenia, and three episodes of headache (for one subject) in the control group, and one episode of headache and one episode of soft stool in the study group.
In the 2 immunocompetent persons, EV-104 was associated with episodes of chronic rhinopharyngitis, whereas 3 immunocompromised patients exhibited symptoms of acute respiratory tract infection (Table).
These conditions were asthma, arthritis, chronic sinusitis, allergic rhinitis, depression, rhinopharyngitis, gastritis, nervousness, migraine and gastroesophageal refiux disease.
Possible acute respiratory infections included rhinopharyngitis, common cold, ear or sinus infection, laryngitis, bronchitis, pharyngoamygdalitis, croup, bronchiolitis, and pneumonia.
Numerous clinical studies have provided convincing evidence of the beneficial effects of Eps[R] 7630 therapy in patients afflicted with chronic tonsillitis, bronchitis, sinusitis, and rhinopharyngitis (Heil and Reitermann, 1994; Dome and Schuster, 1996; Haidvogl et al., 1996; Blochin et al., 1999; Blochin and Heger, 2000; Heger and Bereznoy, 2002; Golovatiouk and Chuchalin, 2002; Matthys et al., 2003; Kolodziej and Schulz, 2003).
(2,3) Such infections comprise diagnoses that include upper respiratory tract infection (URTI), rhinitis, rhinopharyngitis, and rhinosinusitis, which are very difficult to distinguish because of the lack of specific clinical features or simple office-based diagnostic tests.
"Several diagnostic trials have shown that it is virtually impossible to distinguish, without technical or bacteriological investigations, between sinusitis, rhinitis, and bacterial or viral rhinopharyngitis," said Dr.