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The effect of cryodestruction of Vidian nasal branches on nasal mucus flow in vasomotor rhinitis

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Abstract

30 patients of vasomotor rhinitis were treated by cryo-destruction of Vidian nasal branches and the success of the treatment was evaluated by an objective parameter i.e. saccharine test done prior and after the cryoapplication. The prolonged saccharine time before the treatment returns to normal after the treatment.

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Correspondence to Sanjiv Golhar.

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Paper accepted to be read at 32nd Annual Conference of Otolaryngologist of India at Jaipur.

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Golhar, S., Arora, M.M.L. The effect of cryodestruction of Vidian nasal branches on nasal mucus flow in vasomotor rhinitis. Indian J Otolaryngol 33, 12–14 (1981). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02993168

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Keywords

  • Rhinitis
  • Nasal Obstruction
  • Objective Parameter
  • Predominant Symptom
  • Nasal Mucus