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Nonatopic eosinophilic rhinitis is a syndrome resulting from nasal inflammation that encompasses several distinct diagnoses. This syndrome should be distinguished from allergic rhinitis , a syndrome that immunoglobulin E (IgE) is thought to mediate.

Answered: Are there any doctors in the U.S who can treat eosinophilic cystitis of

I am sure that there are. A lot of the recent literature concerning this ocnditions comes out of Denmark. Here is a website with way TMI. www.emedicine.com/MED/topic2866.htm You might want to look it over, so when you call around, you can ask some good questions and get a feel if the docs that you ...

Answered: Why does it rarely rain in Antarctica?

Because its Antarctica. Everything is frozen!

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it is a early 1965 Mustang, D = 289 4V Most people call these a 1964.5 The later 1965 the 289 4V would of been a A code. If you look at the door tag it tells alot more about the car.

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You need an assay office for gold or precious metals. If it is rare earths, maybe you need X-ray spectrum analysis.

Answered: What is rare earth production?

If you use the link at the end of this post it will give you more infomation. Sweet G Chinese rare earth production crackdown intensifies questions about short term supply By Scott Simpson 10 Jan 2011 COMMENTS(0) Innovation Filed under: china , rare earth , rees ...
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"what retail store sell rare earth magnet?"

We sell Buckyballs online, these are very strong rare earth magnets! http://www.buckyballs.co.uk

Rare book value

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How rare is a conjunction in Leo of Mars, Saturn and Pluto?

Pluto was in Leo from 1939-1957. Saturn was in Leo for about 2.5 years, long enough for Mars to be in conjunction for a few weeks.