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Synonyms for rhinitis

an inflammation of the mucous membrane lining the nose (usually associated with nasal discharge)

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Epistaxis, nasal discomfort, and headache were adverse events considered likely or definitely related to Omnaris in a second study of 663 adolescents and adults treated with Omnaris for perennial rhinitis.
In one of the multicenter trials, 471 patients who were aged 12 years or older with a history of perennial rhinitis for 2 years or more were randomized to receive 2 sprays of ciclesonide 200 mcg or placebo in each nostril once daily in the morning for 6 weeks.
In one of the multicenter trials, 471 patients aged 12 years or older with a history of perennial rhinitis for 2 years or more were randomized to receive 2 sprays of ciclesonide 200 mcg or placebo in each nostril once daily in the morning for 6 weeks.
Prof Morris, head of academic medicine at Hull University and the European Respiratory Taskforce on Chronic Coughing, said an examination showed Whittock suffered from perennial rhinitis, a year-round dust allergy ``overladen'' with seasonal hayfever.
Prof Morris, head of academic medicine at Hull University and the European Respiratory Taskforce on Chronic Coughing, said Whittock suffered from perennial rhinitis - a year-round dust allergy - ``overladen'' with seasonal hayfever.
Once diagnosed, allergic seasonal and perennial rhinitis are likely to be treated with a combination of medications, including:
Patients were excluded for nasal polyps, displaced septum, perennial rhinitis, and signs or symptoms of renal, hepatic, or cardiovascular disease.
Sixty-nine percent of the perennial rhinitis patients used a nonallergy, nonasthma medication, compared with 48% of those with seasonal allergy.
Forty-five of these patients had seasonal allergic rhinitis, and the other 5 had persistent or perennial rhinitis.