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The picture on the left is from a patient with severe
rhinitis with pale turbinates and nasal mucosa covered with thick sticky secretions.  Note the polyp in the superior nasal cavity.  This exam is characteristic of allergic rhinitis.  Initial treatment is often antihistamines or nasal sprays which topically administer steroids, cromolyn sodium or antihistamines.


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