Dr Michael Davison - Otolaryngologist
Private Service, ENT/ Head & Neck Surgery
- allergic – either seasonal (hay fever) caused by pollen allergies or perennial caused by e.g. house dust mite, pets.
- infectious – e.g. the common cold
- non-allergic, non-infectious – caused by irritants such as smoke, fumes, food additives
The management of allergic rhinitis has four modalities: avoidance, medication, surgery and immunotherapy. The treatment requirements of an individual allergy sufferer vary but often more than one modality is required.
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