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===Substances===
 
===Substances===
  
Substances can directly interfere with sinus function, or trigger harmful bodily response. Nerves in the sinuses sense smoke, pain, and temperature and chemistry changes. [https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4971034/] Such sensations result in sneezing and other bodily responses, producing inflammation of the nose and sinuses.
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Substances can directly interfere with sinus function, or trigger harmful bodily response. Nerves in the sinuses sense smoke, pain, and temperature and chemistry changes. [https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4971034/]
  
 
* Viruses such as the common cold do not respond to antibacterial therapy. They usually result only in acute rhinosinusitis, however complications can lead to chronic [[rhinosinusitis]].
 
* Viruses such as the common cold do not respond to antibacterial therapy. They usually result only in acute rhinosinusitis, however complications can lead to chronic [[rhinosinusitis]].

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