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Allergen-specific immunotherapy in the treatment of allergic rhinitis has a well-documented clinical efficacy that indicates a statistically significant and clinically relevant reduction in symptom scores and the need for pharmacotherapy. The clinical efficacy of recently published studies is...
Menthol, in lozenges, nasal sprays, vapo-rubs, inhalers, and cough syrups, is widely used as a treatment for rhinitis that is associated with acute upper respiratory tract infection and allergy. Menthol as a plant extract has been used in traditional medicine in Asia for the treatment of...
Pain and itch sensations are induced by depolarization of distinct populations of unmyelinated type C, and possibly other, neurons. Both sets of neurons and sensations serve critical protective mechanisms that maintain the integrity and patency of the upper airways. When noxious or pruritic...
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