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Association with virus infection. Clin Allergy 4 :291-294, 1974. Of the 38 children that completed the 6-month period of treatment, 92 showed improvement of allergic rhinitis and 84 improvement of bronchial asthma.
The contribution of viral respiratory infections to the pathogenesis of airway hyperreactivity. Am Rev Resp asthma Dis 113 :579-586, 1976. Also, adding vinegar to the fabric softener cup on the washer will help to keep things more sanitary by breaking up leftover wash residues.
Hypertrophied tonsils were evident in 74, alteration of the nasal mucosa in 76, and enlarged lymph nodes in the cervical region in 56 (.
This statement is supported by high frequency of hypertrophied tonsils and of cervical adenopathy detected in these patients.
J Pediatr 82 :578-590, 1973. Viral infections of the respiratory tract have been held responsible for the onset of bronchial hyperreactivity by many investigators (10,13 and several mechanisms have been suggested for this phenomenon. The parents were instructed to avoid exposure of their children to major inhalant allergens.
Seven of 11 patients submitted to X-rays presented hypertrophied adenoids. On this basis, we may conclude that the repair of the nasal mucosa through treatment restores the local defense capacity as well as the functional capacity of the nose, thus providing effective control of infections of the upper respiratory tract and consequently of the manifestations.
Results, history and physical examination data obtained at first interview showed that all of the asthmatic children studied had perennial allergic rhinitis, the most common symptom being coryza (96 followed by nasal itching, sneezing and nasal obstruction.
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