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PSYCHOSOMATIC INVESTIGATION OF NASAL ALLERGY Hiroshi Ogawa 1 pp.605-612
Published Date 1973/9/20
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1492207953
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 It is a well known fact that nasal allergy is intimately associated with psychogenic factor and autonomic nervous system.

 The authors introduce the following tests into allergic clinic: 1. Aschner, Czermak-Hering reflex,

 2. Cornell Medical Index, Manifest Anxiety Scale (Taylor),

 3. GSR (Galvanic Skin Reflex),

 4. SPT (Stress Provocation Test).

 SPT is a method by which nasal allergy is provocated by stress.

 The patients who complain of nasal allergic symptoms are classified into following four groups: 1. neurosis,

 2. psychosomatic disease,

 3. nasal allergy with a marked autonomic nervous symptoms,

 4. nasal allergy without any autonomic nervous symptoms.

 In the treatment of this disease good results are achieved by prescribing minor tranquilizer and anti-parasympathetic drugs; i. e., atrax, marygin or belladenal.


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