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The American Journal of Rhinology & Allergy, is a peer reviewed, scientific publication committed to expanding knowledge and publishing the best clinical and basic research within the fields of Rhinology & Allergy. Its focus is to publish information which contributes to improved quality of care for patients with nasal and sinus disorders. Its primary readership consists of otolaryngologists, allergists, and plastic surgeons. Published material includes peer-reviewed original research, clinical trials and review articles.

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Previously published as American Journal of Rhinology, the journal is indexed in Thomson Reuters Web of Science and Science Citation Index, plus the National Library of Medicine's PubMed service.

American Journal of Rhinology & Allergy was previously published as American Journal of Rhinology.

Publisher: OceanSide Publications, Inc

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Volume 24, Number 6, November/December 2010

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Expression of extracellular matrix metalloproteinase inducer in nasal polyps
pp. e127-e131(5)
Authors: Lee, Jang-Hyeog; Chung, Seung Won; Park, Il-Ho; Lee, Sang Hag; Lee, Seung Hoon; Lee, Heung-Man

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Endonasal endoscopic medial maxillectomy with preservation of the inferior turbinate
pp. e132-e135(4)
Authors: Weber, Rainer K.; Werner, Jochen A.; Hildenbrand, Tanja

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Rhinolithiasis: Review of 21 cases
pp. e136-e139(4)
Authors: Özdemir, Süleyman; Akbas, Yücel; Görgülü, Orhan; Selçuk, Tahsin; Sayar, Çağdas

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Distinctions between allergic fungal rhinosinusitis and chronic rhinosinusitis
pp. 405-408(4)
Authors: Hutcheson, Patricia S.; Schubert, Mark S.; Slavin, Raymond G.

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High prevalence of humoral immunodeficiency patients with refractory chronic rhinosinusitis
pp. 409-412(4)
Authors: Alqudah, Mohannad; Graham, Scott M.; Ballas, Zuhair K.

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Cytological and tissue eosinophilia correlations in nasal polyposis
pp. 413-415(3)
Authors: Armengot, Miguel; Garín, Luis; de Lamo, Miguel; Krause, Francisco; Carda, Carmen

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Antigen selection in IgE antibodies from individuals with chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyps
pp. 416-421(6)
Authors: Pratt, Eleanor; Collins, Andrew M.; Sewell, William A.; Harvey, Richard J.

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Does maxillary arch remodeling exist in nasal polyposis?
pp. 428-432(5)
Authors: Gunhan, Kivanc; Can, Fatma; Uz, Uzdan; Serter, Selim; Unlu, Halis

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Mometasone furoate nasal spray provides early, continuing relief of nasal congestion and improves nasal patency in allergic patients
pp. 433-438(6)
Authors: Salapatek, Anne Marie; Patel, Piyush; Gopalan, Gokul; Varghese, Santosh T.

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The diagnosis of food allergy
pp. 439-443(5)
Authors: Lieberman, Jay A.; Sicherer, Scott H.

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Fluticasone furoate nasal spray is effective and well tolerated for perennial allergic rhinitis in adolescents and adults
pp. 444-450(7)
Authors: Given, John T.; Cheema, Amarjit S.; Dreykluft, Tilman; Stillerman, Allan; Silvey, MaryJane; Wu, Wei; Snowise, Neil G.; Philpot, Edward

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Treatment of recurrent sinonasal polyposis with steroid-infused carboxymethylcellulose foam
pp. 451-453(3)
Authors: Pletcher, Steven D.; Goldberg, Andrew N.

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Pioglitazone attenuates allergic inflammation and induces production of regulatory T lymphocytes
pp. 454-458(5)
Authors: Wang, Weihua; Zhu, Zhenghua; Zhu, Bingwei; Ma, Zhaoxin

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Wound healing in the paranasal sinuses after Coblation, Part II: Evaluation for endoscopic sinus surgery using a sheep model
pp. 464-466(3)
Authors: Swibel-Rosenthal, Laura H.; Benninger, Michael S.; Stone, Chad H.; Zacharek, Mark A.

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Video-rhino-hygrometer: A new method for evaluation of nasal breathing after nasal surgery
pp. 467-471(5)
Authors: Casale, Manuele; Pappacena, Marco; Setola, Roberto; Soda, Paolo; Cusimano, Valerio; Vitali, Massimiliano; Mladina, Ranko; Salvinelli, Fabrizio

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Abstracts from the World Rhinology Literature

Free Content Evaluation of Spontaneous Nasal Cerebrospinal Fluid Leaks
pp. 472-472(1)
Author: Amedee, Ronald G.

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