rhinorrhea


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rhinorrhea

[‚rin·ə′rē·ə]
(medicine)
A mucous discharge from the nose.
Escape of cerebrospinal fluid through the nose.
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In our previous series, three of the six CSF rhinorrhea cases developed meningitis, whereas no meningitis cases occurred in the present cohort.
When chi-square analysis was applied to rhinorrhea and sneezing, no statistically significant changes in these symptoms were observed (chi-square = 0.
Symptoms vary with the location and size of the polyps, but generally include nasal congestion, alteration in smell, and rhinorrhea.
They may be found in both adults and children and can cause unilateral rhinorrhea, epistaxis, foul-smelling nasal discharge, nasal obstruction, and chronic sinusitis.
Extracranial surgical repair of cerebrospinal fluid rhinorrhea.
The first case was a 69-year old female with cough, sneezing, nasal congestion, and myalgia, and the second was a 25-year old female with cough, rhinorrhea, nasal congestion, and sore throat.
In November 2013, the nasal occlusive syndrome got worse associating muco-purulent rhinorrhea and left purulent otorrhea, sleep disorders, headache and paresis of the left facial nerve.
Before the appointment, the patient needs to be instructed to report signs and symptoms discussed previously of hypopituitarism, DI, SIADH, CSW, CSF rhinorrhea, infections, and any other illness.
Yadav et al reported 12 cases of CSF rhinorrhea managed conservatively but 7 of them subsequently required surgical repair of the underlying dural defect as they had repeated hospitalizations due to RM.
KEY WORDS: CSF rhinorrhea, Nasal endoscopic technique, Rhinorrhea.
Neelakantan's 28--year-old son Vijayakumar died on February 11, 1990 at the SCTIMST a month after he had been operated upon for CSF rhinorrhea (drainage of cereborspinal fluid through the nose).