perennial rhinitis


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pe·ren·ni·al rhi·ni·tis

(pĕr-enē-ăl rī-nītis)
Inflammation of the nose, usually causing clear discharge, due to something that occurs around the same time each year (e.g., ragweed).

perennial rhinitis

Year-round, rather than seasonal, rhinitis.
See also: rhinitis
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