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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 26, Number 3, May/June 2012

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Comparison of lidocaine and levobupivacaine in transnasal fiberoptic laryngoscopy
pp. e104-e106(3)
Authors: Apuhan, Tayfun; Kocoglu, Hasan; Gulcu, Nebahat

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Frontal sinus cells: Identification, prevalence, and association with frontal sinus mucosal thickening
pp. e107-e110(4)
Authors: Langille, Morgan; Walters, Evan; Dziegielewski, Peter T.; Kotylak, Trevor; Wright, Erin D.

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Is a positive nasal lysine‐aspirin challenge test associated with a more severe phenotype of chronic rhinosinusitis and asthma?
pp. e89-e93(5)
Authors: Vaidyanathan, Sriram; Williamson, Peter A.; Lipworth, Brian J.

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Computed nasal resistance compared with patient-reported symptoms in surgically treated nasal airway passages: A preliminary report
pp. e94-e98(5)
Authors: Kimbell, Julia S.; Garcia, Guilherme J. M.; Frank, Dennis O.; Cannon, Daniel E.; Pawar, Sachin S.; Rhee, John S.

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Nasal nitric oxide in a random sample of adults and its relationship to sensitization, cat allergen, rhinitis, and ambient nitric oxide
pp. e99-e103(5)
Authors: Alexanderson, Cecilia; Olin, Anna-Carin; Dahlman-Höglund, Anna; Finizia, Caterina; Torén, Kjell

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Expression and localization of aquaporin 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 in human nasal mucosa
pp. 167-171(5)
Authors: Seno, Satoshi; Ogawa, Takao; Shibayama, Masayuki; Kouzaki, Hideaki; Shimizu, Takeshi

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Identification of chronic rhinosinusitis phenotypes using cluster analysis
pp. 172-176(5)
Authors: Nakayama, Tsuguhisa; Asaka, Daiya; Yoshikawa, Mamoru; Okushi, Tetsushi; Matsuwaki, Yoshinori; Moriyama, Hiroshi; Otori, Nobuyoshi

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Down-regulation of gelsolin may play a role in the progression of inverted papilloma through an antiapoptotic mechanism
pp. 177-182(6)
Authors: Cho, Ju Eun; il Park, Won; Kim, Dong-chul; Kim, Hee-Jin; Kim, Soo Whan; Kang, Jun Myung; Cho, Jin Hee

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Effects of dexamethasone or methotrexate on chitinolytic activity in nasal polyps
pp. 183-186(4)
Authors: Park, Seong Kook; Hur, Dae Young; Urm, Sang-Hwa

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The united allergic airway: Connections between allergic rhinitis, asthma, and chronic sinusitis
pp. 187-190(4)
Authors: Feng, Charles H.; Miller, Michaela D.; Simon, Ronald A.

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Reduced olfactory bulb volume and diminished olfactory function in total laryngectomy patients: A prospective longitudinal study
pp. 191-193(3)
Authors: Veyseller, Bayram; Ozucer, Berke; Aksoy, Fadlullah; Yildirim, Yavuz Selim; Gürbüz, Defne; Balikçi, Hasan Hüseyin; Özturan, Orhan

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Antibiotics in septoplasty: Evidence or habit?
pp. 194-196(3)
Authors: Ricci, Giampietro; D'Ascanio, Luca

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Surfactant improves irrigant penetration into unoperated sinuses
pp. 197-200(4)
Authors: Rohrer, Joseph W.; Dion, Greg R.; Brenner, Pryor S.; Abadie, Wesley M.; McMains, Kevin C.; Thomas, Roy F.; Weitzel, Erik K.

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Contamination of sinus irrigation devices: A review of the evidence and clinical relevance
pp. 201-203(3)
Authors: Psaltis, Alkis J.; Foreman, Andrew; Wormald, Peter-John; Schlosser, Rodney J.

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Central presentation of postviral olfactory loss evaluated by positron emission tomography scan: A pilot study
pp. 204-208(5)
Authors: Kim, Yu Kyeong; Hong, Sung-Lyong; Yoon, Eun Jin; Kim, Sang Eun; Kim, Jeong-Whun

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The effect of anatomically directed topical steroid drops on frontal recess patency after endoscopic sinus surgery: A prospective randomized single blind study
pp. 209-212(4)
Authors: Hong, Sang Duk; Jang, Jeon Yeob; Kim, Joon Ho; Jang, Seong Yun; Kim, Hyo Yeol; Dhong, Hun-Jong; Chung, Seung-Kyu

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Sinonasal perivascular epithelioid cell tumor: Benign or malignant neoplasm?
pp. 213-217(5)
Authors: Leavers, Brett; Earls, Peter; Harvey, Richard

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A multiallergen and miniscreen can change primary care provider diagnosis and treatment of rhinitis
pp. 218-221(4)
Authors: Mansfield, Lyndon; Hutteman, Henry R.; Tyson, Samuel; Enriquez, Andres

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Olfaction in athletes with concussion
pp. 222-226(5)
Authors: Charland-Verville, Vanessa; Lassonde, Maryse; Frasnelli, Johannes

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Modified mattress suturing technique for correcting the septal high dorsal deviation around the keystone area
pp. 227-232(6)
Authors: Kang, Jeong Min; Nam, Myung Eun; Dhong, Hun-Jong; Kim, Hyo Yeol; Chung, Seung-Kyu; Kim, Jun Ho

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Retrieval of projectile foreign bodies from the paranasal sinuses and skull base
pp. 233-236(4)
Authors: Yarlagadda, Bharat; Jalisi, Scharukh; Burke, Peter; Platt, Michael

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Inferior turbinate composite graft for repair of nasal septal perforation
pp. 237-242(6)
Authors: Tastan, Eren; Aydogan, Filiz; Aydin, Emine; Can, Ilknur Haberal; Demirci, Munir; Uzunkulaoglu, Hakki; Unlu, Ilhan

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Feasibility of in-office endoscopic sinus surgery with balloon sinus dilation
pp. 243-248(6)
Authors: Albritton, Ford D.; Casiano, Roy R.; Sillers, Michael J.

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Dietary polyphenols affect MUC5AC expression and ciliary movement in respiratory cells and nasal mucosa
pp. 248-248(1)
Authors: Chang, Jung Hyun; Song, Kee Jae; Kim, Hyun-Jun; Kim, Jeong Hong; Kim, Na Hyun; Kim, Kyung-Su

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Letters to the Editor
pp. 249-250(2)
Authors: Wood, Andrew J.; Fraser, John D.; Amirapu, Satya; Douglas, Richard G.

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Reply
pp. 250-250(1)
Author: Kim, Seon-Tae

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