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Toxicology of the nasal passages

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Published by Hemisphere Pub. Corp. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nose -- Diseases -- Etiology -- Congresses,
  • Nose -- Cancer -- Etiology -- Congresses,
  • Toxicology -- Congresses,
  • Toxicity testing -- Congresses,
  • Nose -- congresses,
  • Nose Diseases -- chemically induced -- congresses

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Craig S. Barrow.
    SeriesChemical Industry Institute of Toxicology series,
    ContributionsBarrow, Craig S., Chemical Industry Institute of Toxicology. Conference
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRF342 .T68 1986
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 317 p. :
    Number of Pages317
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2536699M
    ISBN 100891163972
    LC Control Number85017545

    In rats, the most severe lesions occurred in the anterior portions of the nasal passages and involved both the respiratory and olfactory epithelium. Hyperplasia and squamous metaplasia were most commonly noted on the lateral wall of the nasal cavity and on the tips of the nasoturbinates. Lesions were most extensive in rats exposed to ppb,File Size: 3MB. Someone whose nose is constantly clogged because of allergic rhinitis will snort nasal sprays like Neo-Synephrine or Afrin just to breathe through her nose again. This is an effective medicine. It contains the active ingredient phenylephrine, which constricts dilated blood vessels and shrinks swollen nasal passages. But it is also temporary.

    Biologic Markers in Pulmonary Toxicology is a comprehensive study of this use of biologic markers. Focusing on the respiratory tract as an entryway for airborne pollutants, this volume reviews new ways of measuring markers, the need for markers to indicate dose or exposure levels, noninvasive respiratory function tests for use with healthy. Swollen and Stuffy Nasal Passage: Causes and Remedies Swelling in the nasal passage is common in people who suffer from rhinitis, sinusitis, upper respiratory infections, colds and flu. When it involves an acute medical condition it could be as a result of the production of mucus in abnormally large amounts.

    Nasal granuloma (NG) is chronic proliferative disease of anterior nasal passages of cattle. Diagnosis and Management of Nasal Granuloma in Gir Cattle The nose is the most vascular area of the body, which means that nasal passages are packed with veins and capillaries, many lying just below the thin lining of the nostrils, practically waiting. Three levels of the nasal cavity may be used for routine histologic review of the nasal cavity, but four or five levels may be more appropriate for certain studies. Full text Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (13M), or click on a page image below to browse page by by:


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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings Congress Congresses: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Toxicology of the nasal passages. Washington:. The book also discusses the mechanisms of toxicity as induced by formaldehyde, xenotiotics, and genotoxic affects in the rat epithelium.

I think this book has importance from two points of view. The first would be for the researcher involved in olfaction and nasal airway problems in the by: Robert Lewis Maynard, Noel Downes, in Anatomy and Histology of the Laboratory Rat in Toxicology and Biomedical Research, The nasal cavity of the rat is important to toxicologists interested in the effects of inhaled toxicants and differs, as regards structure, rather significantly from that of man.

The anatomy of the rat nasal cavity is very much more. In recent years, there has been a marked increase in the study of nasal toxicology and in assessing the human risk of nasal injury from inhaled toxicants (3,4).

When using animal toxicology studies to estimate the risks of nasal toxicants to human health, it is important to have a good working knowledge of comparative nasal structure and : Jack R. Harkema, James G. Wagner, Stephan A. Carey. Toxicology of the Nasal Passages. Barrow (Ed.). Chemical Industry Institute of Toxicology.

pp, $ U.S. and Canada. McGraw‐Hill, New York, Author: Donald F. Proctor. Toxic Responses of the Respiratory System." Casarett & Doull's Essentials of Toxicology, 2e Klaassen CD, Indeed, the term inhalation toxicology refers to the route of exposure, The nasal passages function as a filter for particles.

Highly water-soluble gases are absorbed efficiently in the nasal passages, which reach from the nostril to. In Toxicology of the Nasal Passages. Edited by Barrow CS. New York: Hemisphere Publishing; – Google Scholar.

Cometto-Muniz JE, Cain W: Influence of airborne contaminants on olfaction and the common chemical sense. In Smell and Taste in Health and Disease. Edited by Getchell T, Bartoshuk LM, Doty RL, Snow by: Comparative Biology of the Normal Lung is the first volume in a series entitled "A Comprehensive Treatise on Pulmonary Toxicology." The book is divided into four sections that deal with morphology and morphometry, respiratory physiology, biochemistry, and pulmonary defense.

A special index lists and cross indexes all comparative data included in the text, which provides. The nasal passages also filter particles, which may be deposited by impaction or diffusion on the nasal mucosa.

FIGURE 15–1 Predicted fractional deposition of inhaled particles in the nasopharyngeal, tracheobronchial, and alveolar region of.

Passage definition, a portion or section of a written work; a paragraph, verse, etc.: a passage of Scripture. See more. Vicks VapoRub — a topical ointment made of ingredients including camphor, eucalyptus oil and menthol that you rub on your throat and chest — doesn't relieve nasal congestion.

But the strong menthol odor of VapoRub may trick your brain, so you feel like you're breathing through an unclogged nose. By contrast, decongestant tablets and nasal. INTRODUCTION Across species, the common function of the nasal cavities is the detection of chemical stimuli.

In tetrapod vertebrates, the nasal cavities assumed. Skip to main content. T&F logo. Toxicology of the Nose and Upper Airways book.

Toxicology of the Nose and Upper Airways. DOI link for Toxicology of the Nose and Upper by: 2. The human nose is the most protruding part of the bears the nostrils and is the first organ of the respiratory is also the principal organ in the olfactory shape of the nose is determined by the nasal bones and the nasal cartilages, including the nasal septum which separates the nostrils and divides the nasal cavity into : sphenopalatine artery, greater palatine artery.

Major scientific advances have also been made in the field of nasal toxicology which has grown exponentially over the past two decades since the first published report that long-term inhalation exposures to high concentrations of formaldehyde induce nasal tumors in laboratory rodents (Swenberg et al., ; Kerns et al., ).

The principal Cited by: Abstract Anatomically accurate computational fluid dynamics (CFD) models of the nasal passages of an infant (6 months old, kg) and adult (7 years old, kg) rhesus monkey were used to Author: Ronald Wolff.

Toxicology Studies for Inhaled and Nasal Delivery. Wolff RK(1). Author information: (1)RK Wolff - Safety Consulting Inc, Fort Myers, FloridaUnited States.

This review examines issues related to the toxicological testing of pharmaceuticals delivered by the inhalation or nasal route. The purpose of the toxicology studies is to conduct Cited by: ELSEVIER SCIENCE IRELAND Toxicology Letters 71 () Toxicology letters Nasal and pulmonary toxicity of glutaraldehyde in mice D.

Zissu*, F. Gagnaire, P. Bonnet Service Toxicologie Industrielle Expimentale, Institut National de Recherche et de Surit Avenue de Bourgogne, Vandoeuvre, France (Received 26 February ; revision received 1 June Cited by:   The present review provides a brief overview of comparative nasal structure, function and toxicologic pathology of the mammalian nasal epithelium and a brief discussion on how data from animal toxicology studies have been used to estimate the risk of inhaled chemicals to human by: The nasal cavity is a large, air-filled space above and behind the nose in the middle of the face.

The nasal septum divides the cavity into two cavities, also known as fossae. Each cavity is the continuation of one of the two nasal cavity is the uppermost part of the respiratory system and provides the nasal passage for inhaled air from the nostrils to the nasopharynx MeSH: D   A nose bleed (nosebleed) is the presence of blood exiting from the nose on its own or in nasal mucus secretions.

The medical term for bleeding from the nose is epistaxis. Often referred to as a ‘bloody nose’, nose bleeds can vary from a few spots of blood when wiping the nose, profuse bleeding through the nasal passages or sneezing blood.

Toxicology of Nasal Irritants • Shusterman tions ranging from “freshness” or “cooling” (in response to menthol) to burning or stinging (as elicited by ammonia orCited by:   8 common reasons for a blocked nose at night. Not only is a blocked nose uncomfortable but, if you suffer from the problem at night, it has the potential to disrupt sleep.

Since lack of sleep can affect everything from our concentration to our mood, it is really important to figure out what's causing your congestion and then tackle it.

There are a few things that /10(20).1,3-Butadiene Hazard Summary Motor vehicle exhaust is a constant source of 1,3-butadiene. Although 1,3-butadiene breaks down quickly in the atmosphere, it is usually found in ambient air at low levels in urban and suburban areas.

Acute (short-term) exposure to 1,3-butadiene by inhalation in humans results in irritation of the eyes, nasal.