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Rhinitis and asthma are commonly linked even if the precise pathological mechanisms explaining the relationship are not fully understood. Although there is increasing evidence that rhinitis may influence the development of asthma, there remain many gaps in our understanding of the processes involved. The complexity of this relationship is mainly due to the multiple interactions between genetic background, environmental factors and the specific host reaction. Epidemiological surveys have highlighted significant clinical associations and identified some factors that favour the progression from rhinitis to asthma. Basic research has demonstrated numerous similarities in inflammatory and immunological mechanisms.
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asthma, SUBLINGUAL IMMUNOTHERAPY, rhinitis, epidemiology, pathogenesis, pharmacotherapy, KeyWords Plus: SEASONAL ALLERGIC RHINITIS, PLACEBO-CONTROLLED TRIAL, INDEPENDENT RISK-FACTOR, PERENNIAL RHINITIS, FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE, DOUBLE-BLIND, POLLEN-INDUCED RHINITIS, BRONCHIAL RESPONSIVENESS, QUALITY-OF-LIFE

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Van Cauwenberge, Paul, Jean-Baptiste Watelet, Thibaut Van Zele, De-Yun Wang, Elina Toskala, Stephen Durham, Wytske Fokkens, et al. 2007. “Does Rhinitis Lead to Asthma?” Rhinology 45 (2): 112–121.
APA
Van Cauwenberge, Paul, Watelet, J.-B., Van Zele, T., Wang, D.-Y., Toskala, E., Durham, S., Fokkens, W., et al. (2007). Does rhinitis lead to asthma? RHINOLOGY, 45(2), 112–121.
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Van Cauwenberge P, Watelet J-B, Van Zele T, Wang D-Y, Toskala E, Durham S, et al. Does rhinitis lead to asthma? RHINOLOGY. 2007;45(2):112–21.
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Van Cauwenberge, Paul, Jean-Baptiste Watelet, Thibaut Van Zele, et al. “Does Rhinitis Lead to Asthma?” RHINOLOGY 45.2 (2007): 112–121. Print.
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  abstract     = {Rhinitis and asthma are commonly linked even if the precise pathological mechanisms explaining the relationship are not fully understood. Although there is increasing evidence that rhinitis may influence the development of asthma, there remain many gaps in our understanding of the processes involved.
The complexity of this relationship is mainly due to the multiple interactions between genetic background, environmental factors and the specific host reaction. Epidemiological surveys have highlighted significant clinical associations and identified some factors that favour the progression from rhinitis to asthma. Basic research has demonstrated numerous similarities in inflammatory and immunological mechanisms.},
  author       = {Van Cauwenberge, Paul and Watelet, Jean-Baptiste and Van Zele, Thibaut and Wang, De-Yun and Toskala, Elina and Durham, Stephen and Fokkens, Wytske and Lau, Susanne and Leynaert, Benedicte and Wickman, Magnus and Salapatas, Marianella and Burney, Peter and Mullol, Joaquim},
  issn         = {0300-0729},
  journal      = {RHINOLOGY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {112--121},
  title        = {Does rhinitis lead to asthma?},
  volume       = {45},
  year         = {2007},
}

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