Authors: Toshiro Takami
I experienced 4 cases of crustless formation but strong nasal odor. Since crust formation is not observed, it does not apply to the concept of classical bronchiasis. The nasal cavity is moistened with nasal discharge and the products of bacteria and bacteria grown by the cilia in the nasal cavity are swept towards the throat, but some people produce less nasal discharge and the product of the bacteria is not swept, so it is strong It is considered to indicate a nasal odor. It can be said that it has been overlooked because it is a disease state which is not recognized visually and is recognized only as an odor. Odor tends to be unnoticeable if intranasal inhalation of horse oil or nasal washing with physiological saline is performed twice a day or more. I named this a nasal secretion syndrome. The frequency of this disease is high.
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