The high prevalence and the adverse effects of allergic rhinitis in both adults and children have led to an increased focus on improving clinical outcomes in this disease. This article outlines the clinical approach to diagnosing and treating allergic rhinitis with emphasis on new or emerging potential treatments for this condition. The importance of exact diagnosis and documentation of disease severity is emphasised. The treatment approach with single or combination therapy and the current and emerging options with allergen immunotherapy are discussed.


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