Treatment of allergic rhinoconjunctivitis: a review of the role of topical levocabastine
- R. Gerth van Wijk
- Mediators of inflammation
Allergic rhinitis is a common disease with characteristic symptoms affecting the eyes, ears, and face as well as the nose. A detailed history is the foundation of a correct diagnosis. Laboratory tests may be needed to supplement this in atypical presentations. A combination of pharmacotherapy, immunotherapy, and environmental control may be required to control and prevent symptoms.