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The relationship between the number of the autonomic nerve receptors and degree of hyperreactive nasal symptoms in patients with hyperesthetic rhinitis
Nippon Jibiinkoka Gakkai Kaiho
It is generally accepted that abnormal autonomic responsiveness may contribute to the pathogenesis of hyperesthetic rhinitis. Histologically, in the nasal mucosa, cholinergic fibers are found close to blood vessels, but are particularly numerous around the glands. Adrenergic fibers are found mainly around the vascular structures. Physiological and pharmacological studies demonstrate that parasympathetic hypersensitivity causes hypersecretion, and sympathetic hyposensitivity causesdoi:10.3950/jibiinkoka.92.183 fatcat:qfwakwna4rezzd6m53krclzutq