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G. E. Shambaugh, M.D.
To the Editor: Readers of the Archives may find useful a very effective and simple treatment for the annoying, although usually minor, problem of nasal vestibulitis, or chronic folliculitis of the nasal vestibule. This condition is usually manifested by intermittent, low grade tenderness inside the nasal vestibule, which travels around from hair follicle to hair follicle and reoccurs after periods of quiescence.
Many patients have been treated for this by the use of Borofax ointment, sulfathiazole ointment and many other antibiotic preparations. In
DEWEESE DD. TREATMENT FOR NASAL VESTIBULITIS. Arch Otolaryngol. 1962;76(2):191. doi:10.1001/archotol.1962.00740050197016
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