atrophic rhinitis


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atrophic rhinitis

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(Veterinary Science) another name for bull nose
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vaccine inactivated against atrophic rhinitis of pigs bayovac rini 12 000 doses, 24 000 byn2.
The ENT department primarily focuses on interventional ENT devices that are meant to treat the problems associated with smelling, hearing, snoring, breathing and other basic problems, which could advance to nasal disorders such as nasal septum, sinusitis, nasal septum deviation nasal polyps and chronic atrophic rhinitis.
Atrophic rhinitis or rhinitis is a general term for respiratory illness in swine.
Brehmer, "Rhinitis sicca, dry nose and atrophic rhinitis: a review of the literature," European Archives of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology, vol.
Atrophic rhinitis (AR) is a chronic nasal disease that is characterized by progressive atrophy of the nasal mucosa and underlying bone of the turbinates and the presence of a viscid secretion that emits a characteristic foul odor sometimes called ozena (a stench).
Characterization and comparison of Pasteurella multocida strains associated with porcine pneumonia and atrophic rhinitis. Journal of Medical Microbiology 52: 59-67.
However IT remains controversial because of the bleeding associated with this its effects on nasal physiology and fear of subsequent rhinitis sicca and secondary atrophic rhinitis.
bronchiseptica can cause pneumonia and atrophic rhinitis in growing pigs [3-9].
Rhinological manifestations included adenoid hypertrophy/ hyperplasia (41.56%; n = 64), allergy-like symptoms (12.34%; n = 19), sinusitis (7.79%; n = 12), epistaxis (3.9%; n = 6), atrophic rhinitis (nose bleeding) (2.6%; n = 4), nasal polyposis (2.6%; n = 4), septal perforations (1.3%; n = 2) and nasal neoplasm (inverting papilloma) (0.65%; n = 1) (Fig.
Rhinoliths cause rhinitis which may lead to complications including nasal polyps, atrophic rhinitis, septal perforation and oroantral fistula (2).