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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A Multicentre Study to Assess Long-Term Use of Fluticasone Propionate Aqueous Nasal Spray in Comparison With Beclomethasone Dipropionate Aqueous Nasal Spray in the Treatment of Perennial Rhinitis.
Once diagnosed, allergic seasonal and perennial rhinitis are likely to be treated with a combination of medications, including:
Sixty-nine percent of the perennial rhinitis patients used a nonallergy, nonasthma medication, compared with 48% of those with seasonal allergy.
Forty-five of these patients had seasonal allergic rhinitis, and the other 5 had persistent or perennial rhinitis.
Dust mites are a major cause of perennial rhinitis and asthma throughout the world.
Indoor allergens such as dust mites, cockroaches, animal proteins, and fungi are frequently associated with perennial rhinitis.
Also, there is evidence that perennial rhinitis predisposes patients to asthma (J.
Nonsedating antihistamines have long been a mainstay of therapy for the treatment of perennial rhinitis, allergic rhinitis, and CRS.
NASONEX Aqueous Nasal Spray had previously been approved in the United States and in all 15 EU countries for the treatment of nasal symptoms of seasonal and/or perennial rhinitis in adults and children 12 years of age and older.