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Review Article

Prevalence of Rhinitis in Athletes: Systematic Review

Table 1

Prevalence of Rhinitis in Athletes.

StudyDesignParticipants ()Number of participants per environmentDiagnosisARNARRhinitis (AR + NAR)

Katelaris et al. (2000) [14]Cohort study21496 L, 118 W, 0 CAQuest. + SPT41%

Bonadonna et al. (2001) [15]Cohort study1440 L, 0 W, 46 CASelf-reported physician diagnosis46%

Alaranta et al. (2005) [16]Case-control study446 + 1504 controls266 L + W, 180 CASelf-reported physician diagnosis36.1%

Silvers and Poole (2006) [17]Cohort study5555 L, 0 W, 0 CASelf-reported physician diagnosis49%

Katelaris et al. (2006) [18]Cohort study980980 W + L, 0 CAQuest. + SPT24%

Macucci et al. (2007) [19]Cohort study352352 L, 0 W, 0 CAQuest. + SPT22.16%

Bonini et al. (2007) [20]Case-control study9898 W + L, 0 CAQuest. + SPT34.7%

Rong et al. (2008) [21]Case-control study23 + 30 controls0 L, 23 W, 0 CASelf-reported physician diagnosis56.5%

Clearie et al. (2010) [22]Cohort study6161 WPhysician diagnosis40%

Thomas et al. (2010) [23]Cohort study291291 L + W, 0 CASelf-reported physician diagnosis25.4%

Bougault et al. (2010) [8]Case-control study39 + 30 controls0 L, 39 W, 0 CAPhysician diagnosis + SPT74%

Kurowski et al. (2016) [7]Cohort study222214 L, 8 W, 0 CAPhysician diagnosis + SPT21%6%27%

Bonini et al. (2015) [24]Cohort study659606 L, 38 W, 15 CAQuest. + SPT26.2%

L: land, W: water, and CA: cold air.

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