volume 19, issue 6, P379-383 1998
DOI: 10.2500/108854198778612663
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Abstract: Nasal polyps affect approximately 4% of the population in the western world. The etiology of this disease is unknown, although inflammatory mechanisms may play an important role. In preceding studies we and others have shown that besides H1-antagonism, azelastine influences the immigration and activation of inflammatory cells. In this open label study in 16 patients with nasal polyps and perennial mite-allergic rhinitis, the effect of azelastine nasal spray twice daily 0.14 mg to each nostril on recurrence of …

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