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Non-Allergic Rhinitis and Nasal Polypi is the major highlight of this sqadia.com medical V leanring lecture. This lecture is devoted towards the eluicdation of vasomotor rhinitis along with the other forms of nonallergic rhinitis including drug-induced, honeymoon and gustatory rhinitis. In addition to this, bilateral ethmodial polypi together with the antrochoanal polyp has been brought under an extensive comprehension.
Section one explains about the vasomotor rhinitis. Firstly, its pathogenesis alongside the signs and symptoms have been explicated. Furthermore, certain complications encompassing nasal polyps, hypertrophic rhinitis and sinusitis has been delineated. In the end, various treatment options have been discussed.
Other Forms of Nonallergic Rhinitis
At the onset of this section, drug-induced rhinitis followed by rhinitis medicamentosa and rhinitis of pregnancy has been comprehensively elaborated. Additionally, honeymoon and emotional rhinitis has been deliberated. Moreover, rhinitis due to hypothyroidism has been considered. Conclusively, gustatory and non-airflow rhinitis has been highlighted.
Bilateral Ethmoidal Polypi
Section three focuses on the bilateral ethmoidal polypi. Initially, types of nasal polypi and pathogenesis of bilateral ethmoidal polypi has been explained in-detail. Subsequently, site of origin along with the signs and symptoms have been explicated. Then this section has been summed up by a debate on the diagnosis and treatment.
This section highlights the antrochoanal polyp. In the commencement, aetiology in conjunction with the signs and symptoms have been described. Following this, unilateral and bilateral nasal obstruction has been explicated. Furthermore, differential diagnosis and treatment has been reported. Afterwards, differences between antrochoanal and ethmoidal polypi has been reported.