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-induced allergic rhinitis (AR) mice (n = 6). Parameters Normal AR control MLT (10 mg/kg) G (5 mg/kg) G (10 mg/kg) G (20 mg/kg) Per se Body weight (g) 34.00 ± 0.97 26.67 ± 1.12 # 31.00 ± 1.48 * $ 27.00 ± 1.63 31.83 ± 1

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. Intranasal administration of nanosilver can reduce inflammation in mice with allergic rhinitis 19 ; however, effects of the low viscosity of the chelated silver solution g on distribution and residence time in the larynx and pharynx are not known. Glycerin

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been suggested to be responsible for the emergence of allergic rhinitis, 17 , 18 but its role in FICR has not been extensively investigated so far. 5 The overall CT grading only showed a slight concordance with the histological severity in this study

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geometry of the closely adjacent nostril. Another study 18 in which investigators used passive anterior rhinomanometry to evaluate allergic rhinitis in dogs by the use of nasal catheters inserted bilaterally into both nostrils ignored this important

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chronic allergic rhinitis. 1,3 Nasopharyngeal polyps originate from the middle ear canal, and nasal polyps originate from the ethmoturbinates. 1,3 Nasal polyps are not typically associated with nasal discharge, unlike nasopharyngeal polyps. However

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, allergic rhinitis, and mild asthma. 7,8 The improvement in clinical signs can be attributed to antihistamine effects and anti-inflammatory effects independent of blocking of the H1 receptor. 5,9 Additional anti-inflammatory effects may include attenuation

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(weed pollens), which may have been the the cause of the seasonal allergic rhinitis (hay fever) because the animal reacted to ophthalmic and intranasal challenges with ragweed pollens. Wittich 5 termed the condition atopy. After intradermal testing to

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have concurrent dermatologic disease. This was particularly interesting, given that allergic rhinitis is a well-described risk factor for epistaxis in people. 26 Thus, although the pathogenesis of idiopathic rhinitis is poorly understood and likely to

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middle ear disease in rabbits. Allergic rhinitis, reported as a common cause of otitis media in children, 41 has been anecdotally reported as a cause of otitis media in rabbits. Suppurative otitis media can be induced in rabbits by experimentally

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