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Rhinitis (vasomotor)

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Hyperreactive or vasomotor rhinitis is a term reserved for those patients with evidence of rhinitis but no obvious cause such as allergy, infection, neoplasia or anatomical abnormality. The term hyperreactive is preferred as the mechanism of all rhinitis is vasomotor.

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