Immunohistochemical localization of the bradykinin B1 and B2 receptors in human nasal mucosa
On histologic examination, systemic vasculitis was observed affecting meninges, nasal mucosa
, lung, diverse lymph nodes, tonsil, spleen, liver, kidney, heart, uterus, ovary, and intestine.
The lack of effect of benzalkonium chloride on the cilia of the nasal mucosa
in patients with perennial allergic rhinits: a combined functional, light, scanning and transmission electron microscopy study.
If the drug flows toward the tear duct, systemic absorption through nasal mucosa
It's true that some patients experience brief stinging of the nasal mucosa
immediately after using some of these preparations.
Civamide is delivered by a nasal spray to the nasal mucosa
, where it exerts its effects locally on mucosal branches of the TN, and is not absorbed systemically.
Unlike previous nasal drug delivery technologies, the SNBL system is able to consistently deliver drug into the nasal cavity with each administration and hold it in place on the nasal mucosa
to enable enhanced absorption into the bloodstream.
Experimental evidence: Braunstahl demonstrated that stimulation of the nasal mucosa
of sensitized allergic patients with an appropriate allergen resulted in increased bronchial symptoms compared to controls.
The microcirculation of the nasal mucosa
in reindeer is richly vascularised and 25 percent denser than that in humans," say the authors.
Knapp discovered that sphenopalatine blocks shrink the nasal mucosa
and increase the blood supply to the fundus oculi (back of the eye).
The calcium ions present on the nasal mucosa
cause the pectin to form a thin gel layer, which allows fentanyl to be retained on the nasal mucosa
, allowing a rapid but controlled absorption into the systemic circulation.
Rhinosporidiosis commonly causes single or multiple, sessile or pedunculated, papillomatous, polypoidal or compact masses within the nasal mucosa
or, less frequently, the ocular mucosa.