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Intranasal sodium cromoglycate in post-catarrhal hyperreactive rhinosinusitis: A double-blind placebo controlled trial

Volume: 27 - Issue: 4

Firstpage: 251 - Lastpage: 255

J. F. Sederberg-Olsen - A. E. Sederberg-Olsen

A randomized double-blind comparison was made between sodium cromoglycate
and a placebo (saline) given as nasal sprays, to control symptoms of post-catarrhal
hyperreactive rhinosinusitis. No significant differences were demonstrated between
the two test treatments in rhinopharyngeal symptoms, ultrasonic scannings of
mucosal thickness in the maxillary sinus, or in the patients' evaluation of rhinitic
symptoms. There was an improvement in symptoms in about 50% of the patients in
each treatment group.

J. F. Sederberg-Olsen - A. E. Sederberg-Olsen - Intranasal sodium cromoglycate in post-catarrhal hyperreactive rhinosinusitis: A double-blind placebo controlled trial
Rhinology 27-4: 251-255, 1989