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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 31, Number 4, July/August 2017

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A randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled trial of sublingual immunotherapy with house-dust mite extract for allergic rhinitis
pp. e42-e47(6)
Authors: Guo, Yu; Li, Yanqing; Wang, Dehui; Liu, Quan; Liu, Zhuofu; Hu, Li

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Free Content Dollars, dust, and Draf
pp. 209-210(2)
Author: Chiu, Alexander G.

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Sinonasal T2R-mediated nitric oxide production in response to Bacillus cereus
pp. 211-215(5)
Authors: Carey, Ryan M.; Workman, Alan D.; Yan, Carol H.; Chen, Bei; Adappa, Nithin D.; Palmer, James N.; Kennedy, David W.; Lee, Robert J.; Cohen, Noam A.

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The personal financial burden of chronic rhinosinusitis: A Canadian perspective
pp. 216-221(6)
Authors: Yip, Jonathan; Vescan, Allan D.; Witterick, Ian J.; Monteiro, Eric

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The relationship between chronic rhinosinusitis and metabolic syndrome
pp. 222-227(6)
Authors: Lee, Eun Jung; Hwang, Hye Jin; Jung, Chan Min; Kim, Min Ki; Kang, Min Seok; Kim, Kyung-Su

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Central compartment atopic disease
pp. 228-234(7)
Authors: DelGaudio, John M.; Loftus, Patricia A.; Hamizan, Aneeza W.; Harvey, Richard J.; Wise, Sarah K.

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Association between symptoms of allergic rhinitis with decreased general health‐related quality of life
pp. 235-239(5)
Authors: Hoehle, Lloyd P.; Speth, Marlene M.; Phillips, Katie M.; Gaudin, Robert A.; Caradonna, David S.; Gray, Stacey T.; Sedaghat, Ahmad R.

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Are prophylactic systemic antibiotics necessary with nasal packing? A systematic review
pp. 240-247(8)
Authors: Lange, Jessica L.; Peeden, Erin H.; Stringer, Scott P.

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Systematic review of patient-reported outcomes after revision endoscopic sinus surgery
pp. 248-255(8)
Authors: Prasad, Shashi; Fong, Eric; Ooi, Eng H.

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Septal extension graft in “closed” revision rhinoplasty: A simplified technique
pp. 260-264(5)
Authors: Scattolin, Alberto; Galzignato, Pier-Francesco; Longari, Fabrizio; D'Ascanio, Luca

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Short-term morbidity after the endoscopic modified Lothrop (Draf-III) procedure compared with Draf-IIa
pp. 265-270(6)
Authors: Jafari, Aria; Tringale, Kathryn R.; Panuganti, Bharat A.; Acevedo, Joseph R.; Pang, John; DeConde, Adam S.

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Surgical treatment of chronic rhinosinusitis after sinus lift
pp. 271-275(5)
Authors: Jiam, Nicole Tin-Lok; Goldberg, Andrew N.; Murr, Andrew H.; Pletcher, Steven D.

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Endoscopic septoplasty: “How I do it”
pp. 276-277(2)
Author: Chandra, Rakesh K.

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