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Schnupfen

  • Hermann Baur
Part of the Handbuch der Inneren Medizin book series (INNEREN, volume 1 / 0)

Zusammenfassung

Der akute Schnupfen besteht in einer Entzündung der Schleimhaut des obersten Respirationstractus, vor allem der Nase und des Pharynx. Die unkomplizierte Erkrankung ist an sich harmlos, hat aber infolge ihrer Häufigkeit große sozialökonomische Bedeutung.

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Virusschnupfen akuter Nasenkatarrh akute Rhinitis akute Coryza Erkältungskrankheit common cold head cold snuffles rhume de cerveau romadizo la monga. 

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