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Study on Nasal Allergy for Past 10 Years in Osaka University Hospital Kayoko Bessho 1 1Department of Otolaryngology, Hanwasumiyoshi General Hospital pp.627-631
Published Date 1992/8/20
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1411902686
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In this study, we examined the change of mode of treatments and allergens in patients with nasal allergy. The incidence of nasal allergy in our clinic has been increasing, however in recent ten years, there was no significant change.

Males suffer from nasal allergy in earlier age than females. The incidence of asthma and atopic dermatitis as complications detected in past and family history was increased compared with those in ten years ago.

In the skin test, the positive rate of house dusts and mites was one of the highest, and Japanese cedar pollinosis was significantly increased. In the treatment, immunotherapy and antihistamines were main treatments ten years ago, but in this time the mast cell stablizing agents and steroid nasal spray are mainly used in our clinic.


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