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Measuring Outcomes After Stent Placement: An Interview With Gaetane C. Michaud, MD

In the last of this 6-part series, Gaetane C. Michaud, MD, chief of interventional pulmonary medicine at New York University (NYU) Langone Medical Center and associate professor of medicine, discusses patient quality-of-life improvements and other clinical outcomes after airway stenting with Pulmonology Advisor. Video Transcript My favorite story involves my patient who came into the…
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New Research in Airway Diseases: An Interview With Gaetane C. Michaud, MD

In the fifth of this 6-part series, Gaetane C. Michaud, MD, chief of interventional pulmonary medicine at New York University (NYU) Langone Medical Center and associate professor of medicine, speaks with Pulmonology Advisor about upcoming research in airway stenting, particularly in COPD and asthma. Click here to view previous video.  Video Transcript I have been…

A Team Approach to Interventional Pulmonology: An Interview With Gaetane C. Michaud, MD

In the fourth of this 6-part series, Gaetane C. Michaud, MD, chief of interventional pulmonary medicine at New York University (NYU) Langone Medical Center and associate professor of medicine, speaks with Pulmonology Advisor about the various surgical team members who are involved in airway stenting and how they approach each procedure. Click here to view…

Long-Term Effects of Airway Stenting: An Interview With Gaetane C. Michaud, MD

In the third of this 6-part series, Gaetane C. Michaud, MD, chief of interventional pulmonary medicine at New York University (NYU) Langone Medical Center and associate professor of medicine, speaks with Pulmonology Advisor about the potential side effects of airway stenting. Click here to view previous video.  Video Transcript When addressing the discussion about airway…

Making the Case for Airway Stenting: An Interview With Gaetane C. Michaud, MD

In the second of this 6-part series, Gaetane C. Michaud, MD, chief of interventional pulmonary medicine at New York University (NYU) Langone Medical Center and associate professor of medicine, discusses weighing the risks against the benefits of airway stenting with Pulmonology Advisor. Click here to view previous video. Video Transcript The decision to place a…

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NAR has several subtypes. The most common is vasomotor rhinitis, which was the first form identified and has been reported to comprise >70% of NAR cases.5 Vasomotor rhinitis is thought to occur secondary to disturbed regulation of the parasympathetic and sympathetic systems, resulting in vasodilation and edema of the nasal vasculature (Table 1).6-8 Less common forms of NAR include infectious rhinitis, occupational rhinitis, hormonal rhinitis, drug-induced rhinitis, gustatory rhinitis, and NAR with eosinophilia syndrome.

Nonallergic rhinitis: What clinicians should know

Rhinitis is an irritation or inflammation of the nasal mucous membranes. It can be caused by infectious pathogens, irritants, or allergens. Allergic rhinitis (AR), which is triggered by allergens such as dust, mold, and pollen, is the most common form, affecting 10% to 30% of persons worldwide.1 In the United States, this translates to approximately…