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Allergic rhinitis should be differentiated from chronic rhinosinusitis, allergic fungal sinusitis and allergic polyposis.

Asthma should also be actively looked into.

Approx. 80% of patients with asthma have accompanying symptoms of rhinitis, and up to 60% of the patients with asthma have sinusitis.

Patients with AR were 3 times more likely to subsequently develop Asthma.

Allergic Rhinitis is generally managed by :

  • Appropriate medication
  • Allergy tests and avoidance measures
  • Immunotherapy in selected cases

Chronic sinusitis is evaluated by CT scan during the quiet periods. A very conservative approach is followed as far as children are concerned. The minimum necessary surgical intervention is performed.

In all cases the chest, ears, tonsils and adenoids are evaluated. Inter-relationship between the upper airways, nose and throat cannot be overlooked.