This results in a high arched palate and the “long face syndrome” with dental crowding and malocclusion (“Buck teeth”).
Allergy sufferers experience intense nasal and eye itching with explosive sneezing, watery eyes and nose and itchy palate and ears with profuse post-nasal drip.
These people do not develop the typical “allergy face” but have seasonal puffiness of the eyes and eyelids with associated nasal membrane swelling.
This syndrome may resolve spontaneously, usually within a few days, or may progress to acute respiratory distress syndrome. Healthy people commonly aspirate small amounts of oral secretions, but normal defense mechanisms usually clear the inoculum without sequelae.
Aspiration of larger amounts, or aspiration in a patient with impaired pulmonary defenses, often causes pneumonia and/or a lung abscess.
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