- Sequel to acute rhinitis (symptoms lasting 6 weeks or less), with development of secondary bacterial infection
- Associated with deviated septum or nasal polyps; also ulceration and infection extending into sinuses
Pale turbinates and dry secretions in smoker
End of Nasal cavity > Inflammatory / infectious lesions > Chronic rhinitis
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