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98 Possible Causes for Nasal Pruritus

  • Allergic Rhinitis

    Rather, the term refers to the presence of one or more of the following 10 : • Nasal congestion. • Pruritus. • Sneezing. • Anterior or posterior rhinorrhea.[] Allergic rhinitis manifests itself in the appearance of at least two symptoms such as nasal obstruction, runny nose, watery eyes, pruritus (itching) POSSIBLE COMPLICATIONS[] Symptoms associated with this condition include pruritus of the nose or palate, rhinorrhea, sneezing, postnasal drip, nasal congestion, anosmia, headache, tearing, eye swelling[]

  • Hay Fever

    Hay fever or allergic rhinitis is an allergic inflammation of the nasal membranes that is characterized by rhinorrhea, sneezing, nasal congestion and pruritus.[] Rather, the term refers to the presence of one or more of the following 10 : • Nasal congestion. • Pruritus. • Sneezing. • Anterior or posterior rhinorrhea.[] This causes the characteristic nasal symptoms which include sneezing, pruritus (itching), rhinorrhoea (runny nose) and nasal congestion.[]

  • Food Allergy

    Upper and lower respiratory tract reactions Upper respiratory reactions typically include nasal congestion, sneezing, nasal pruritus, or rhinorrhea.[] Dyspnea Wheezing Nausea Vomiting Diarrhea Flushing Urticaria Angioedema Ocular injection, ocular pruritus, conjunctival edema, periocular swelling Nasal congestion, nasal[] Signs and symptoms Signs and symptoms of food-induced anaphylaxis can include the following: Oropharyngeal pruritus Angioedema (eg, laryngeal edema) Stridor Dysphonia Cough[]

  • Perennial Allergic Rhinitis

    Typical symptoms are sneezing, nasal congestion and pruritus and rhinorrhea.[] 2018 Sponsor: GlaxoSmithKline Information provided by (Responsible Party): GlaxoSmithKline Brief Summary: This study was designed to assess safety of an investigational nasal[]

  • Furuncle of the Nose

    Diseases of Ear, Nose and Throat is a popular textbook of ENT. The first edition of the book was published in 1992. Since then it has received wide acceptance from the readers and every attempt has been made to update the current edition in the light of the advances made by the speciality. The current sixth[…][]

  • Nasal Polyp

    Jonathan Ray Newton, Kim Wong Ah-See Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, Aberdeen, Scotland, UK Abstract: Nasal polyps are common, affecting up to four percent of the population. Their etiology remains unclear, but they are known to have associations with allergy,[…][]

  • Nasal Foreign Body

    Abstract Foreign body (FB) in the nose is a frequent situation seen generally among children. A variety of objects left in different sites of the nose has been reported in the literature. Insertion of a FB to the nose is generally via the anterior nares. In this report, an unusual entry site for a nasal FB in a[…][]

  • Purulent Rhinitis

    BACKGROUND: It has long been believed that antibiotics have no role in the treatment of common colds yet they are often prescribed in the belief that they may prevent secondary bacterial infections. OBJECTIVES: To determine the efficacy of antibiotics compared with placebo for reducing general and specific[…][]

  • Drug Hypersensitivity

    Abstract We report a case of drug hypersensitivity syndrome (drug reaction with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms [DRESS]) induced by parenteral meglumine antimoniate (Glucantime) in a 40-year-old man who traveled to Bolivia and was treated for mucocutaneous leishmaniasis. Two weeks after starting therapy, the[…][]

  • Nasal Vestibulitis

    Overview of Nasal Vestibulitis Nasal Vestibulitis occurs when there is inflammation of the tissue around the entrance to the nose, the nasal vestibule. Minor infections at the opening of the nose may result in pimples at the base of nasal hairs (folliculitis) and sometimes crusts around the nostrils. More serious[…][]

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