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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Effectiveness, quality of life, and cost of caring for children in France with recurrent acute rhinopharyngitis managed by homeopathic or non-homeopathic general practitioners.
Clinical symptoms disease virus (Ct) Pav-1 Fever, cough, HSCT (AML) EV-104 rhinorrhea Pav-2 Chronic None EV-104 rhinopharyngitis Pav-3 Fever, rhinorrhea, AML EV-104 conjunctivitis (chemotherapy) Pav-4 Chronic None EV-104 rhinopharyngitis Pav-5 Cough, rhinorrhea, HSCT (AML) EV-104/RSV diarrhea, wheezing (18.
The average consensus values for the use of medicinal plants were obtained for rhinopharyngitis (0.
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.
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.