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rhinallergosis

Allergic rhinitis, also known as allergic rhinitis, is an allergic disease of nasal mucosa and can cause a variety of complications. Another type is induced by nonspecific stimulation without the participation of specific allergens and is not an immune reaction process, but its clinical manifestations are similar to the above two types of allergic rhinitis. It is called vasomotor rhinitis or neuroreflex rhinitis. The stimulation can come from outside the body (physical and chemical aspects) or from inside the body (endocrine and spiritual aspects). Therefore, some people regard it as allergic rhinitis, but there is no antigen antibody reaction in the body, Therefore, desensitization therapy, hormone or immunotherapy are ineffective.

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