rhinorrhea


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rhi·nor·rhe·a

 (rī′nō-rē′ə)
n.
Discharge from the nasal mucous membrane, especially when excessive, as with an allergy or infection.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.rhinorrhea - persistent watery mucus discharge from the nose (as in the common cold)
cold, common cold - a mild viral infection involving the nose and respiratory passages (but not the lungs); "will they never find a cure for the common cold?"
symptom - (medicine) any sensation or change in bodily function that is experienced by a patient and is associated with a particular disease
Translations

rhi·nor·rhe·a

n. rinorrea, secreción mucoso-líquida por la nariz.
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As previously mentioned, CSF rhinorrhea may occur if a communication exists between the middle ear space and the ET.
Each week, participants (age 18 to 55 years) rated nasal symptoms (sneezing, rhinorrhea, congestion, itching) and ocular symptoms (itching, watering, congestion) using a four-point scale.
Other symptoms, such as rhinorrhea and sneezing, showed no significant improvement at long-term follow-up.
Sneezing, rhinorrhea, nasal congestion, and nasal itching are complaints that signal rhinitis, which affects 30 to 60 million people in the United States annually.
Among the seven patients aged <3 years who were tested for GAS pharyngitis, five (71%) had GAS-positive family members indicated by shared surname included in the line list; however, all seven (100%) had cough, and five (71%) had rhinorrhea.
A 4-year-old male with a history of asthma presents with a 10-day history of cough, wheezing, rhinorrhea, and fever.
Symptoms include rhinorrhea, epistaxis, and nasal obstruction.
INTRODUCTION: CSF rhinorrhea signifies a communication of the subarachnoid space with the exterior due to an opening in the dura mater and arachnoid mater coupled with an osseous defect.
Respiratory illness was defined by the presence of rhinorrhea and/or cough and/or respiratory distress and/or sore throat, with or without fever.
Ninety two percent of patients have impairment of upper respiratory system or inner ear [2] represented by: rhinorrhea, nasal crusting, nasal pyramid collapse ("saddle" nose), pansinusitis, inner or media otitis, together with sensorineural deafness, paralysis, chronic mastoiditis with secondary facial nerve paralysis caused by the bone destruction.
Detection of beta-2 transferrin in otorrhea and rhinorrhea in a routine clinical laboratory setting.