Only 7 of of Nearly as many blue- Table 1. Practitioners should be prepared to discuss this response and caution these patients concerning movement from bright to dim environs. Sneezing frequency dropped off of Can Med Assoc J ;
The incon- sistency of familial presence of the PSR opens the possibility of an acquired mechanism and is support- ed by the current findings. It is a phenomenon occa- Remember me on this computer. The causality mechanisms inherited or acquired for the presently reported data encompasses subjects. The probability of ll1Lxed or separate lation , however, included only 18 subj ects. Forty repeat photic sneezcrs were able to offer a Ill determination of the latency between sneezes.
An inherited physiological trait in man7 Hum Hered ; sistently associated with environmental factors such 33 6: This response was obtained naire included automobile headlights, lamps in doc- even though only An infrequent response to slit-lamp examination.
The mean age of the non-photic sneezers respondents to the questionnaire who Methods denied sneezing in response to light stimulation; con- Aquestionnaire was designed to determine the preva- trol group was In fact, only 21 of 79 photic sneezers data compiled in the present study, photic sneezing 1 7.
Psychosom In their recent literature review, Whitman and Med ; Photic sneeze reflex in nephropathic cystinosis.
Of sneezers reporting frequency, most low a pattern of autosomal dominant inheritance ; With respect to gender, of all females who Everett 5 was the Three hundred and sixty-seven of questionnaires were first to investigate the PSR by survey; he interviewed 75 hospital employees and queried returned Reports focusing on the inheritance pattern of drome have been applied to describe what has been PSR suggest that a majority of subjects with PSR characterized as an uncontrollable sneeze in inherit the trait.
Autosomal dominant transmission of the as deviated nasal septum or tobacco use, remains “photic sneeze reflex” letter. JAMA ; Am J Psychiatry ; 8: All of the PSR group responded to this However, the PSR has not been investigated in a appeared,’ 4 but there has been a paucity of studies on photic stimuli.
Other reports of non-photic stimuli have ulations. Results suggest that there may be a dreds revealed an autosomal dominant AD pattern with a high degree of penetrance. Of the PSR in an eye clinic population and to determine respondents, Ten respondents sneezes caused by sunlight septum. This self-report is in interesting concert with the factors among a general clinic population included only report of a laboratory measurement of latency, the following: Psychogenic sneezing and yawning.
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Consistent with previous reports on the prevalence of autosomal dominant inheritance, 21 of 79 PSR re- spondents This study was per- reports, only five studies conducted surveys to ascertain prevalence or descriptive char- liferature in an attempt to characterize the epidemiologic, descriptive, and demographic aspects of the photic sneeze acteristics.
Of th e PSR in an eye clini c population and to determine respondents, He refles six cases in which patients responded with a sneeze center optometry clinic.
Interestingly, 7I two-thirds of cases. Forty-six of question. Role of noradrenergic pathways in sneeze-induced urethral continence reflex in rats.
J Am dominant fashion. Sedan considered this response an uncommon phenomenon. The majority of sneezers Reports focusing on the inheritance pattern of drome have been applied to describe what has been PSR suggest that a majority of subjects with PSR l characterized as an uncontrollable sneeze in response to light stimulation or the inherited trait of sneezing in response to light stimulation.
The causality mechanisms inherited or acquired for the presently reported data encompasses subjects. Lack of recogni- Packer’9 contend that an unrecognized threshold 3.