Pathomorphologische Veränderungen bei der allergischen und idiopathischen Rhinitis

@article{Knipping2008PathomorphologischeVB,
  title={Pathomorphologische Ver{\"a}nderungen bei der allergischen und idiopathischen Rhinitis},
  author={St. Knipping and H. J. Holzhausen and A. Riederer and T. Schrom},
  journal={HNO},
  year={2008},
  volume={56},
  pages={799-807}
}
ZusammenfassungHintergrundDie Pathophysiologie der allergischen (AR) und idiopathischen Rhinitis (IR) ist bis heute nicht vollständig geklärt. Die AR und die IR sind gekennzeichnet durch eine zugrunde liegende nasale Hyperreaktivität. Ziel der Untersuchung war die Suche nach pathomorphologischen Veränderungen der Nasenschleimhaut bei diesen verschiedenen Rhinitisformen.Patienten und MethodenProben der unteren Nasenmuschel wurden von 20 Patienten mit persistierender AR, von 16 Patienten mit IR… 
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