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22 Possible Causes for Acute Sinusitis, Facial Numbness, X-Ray Abnormal

  • Mucormycosis

    The first patient had unilateral facial numbness of the affected left side while the second had right-sided facial numbness, ear pain, and proptosis.[] sinusitis, swelling of eyes, reddening of skin, edema, difficulty breathing, coughing, coughing up blood, nausea, vomiting.[] […] shift tests were negative and complementary studies of RNM and X-Rays only showed femoral diaphysis with bone rarefaction and secondary infection.[]

  • Sarcoidosis

    numbness These can be signs of dangerous complications.[] Sarcoidosis of the lung is primarily an interstitial lung disease in which the inflammatory process involves the alveoli, small bronchi, and small blood vessels. [27] In acute[] Therefore, the diagnosis is based on multiple factors, including symptoms, abnormalities on a chest X-ray or CT scan, and microscopic examination of one or more specimens[]

  • Sphenoid Sinusitis

    A 46-year-old man with high fever and neck rigidity developed progressive visual loss and ophthalmoplegia on both sides, and ptosis, mydriasis and facial numbness on the right[] Isolated oculomotor nerve palsy due to acute sphenoid sinusitis is very rare, with only few cases reported in literature.[] On x-rays, acute sinusitis is suggested by air fluid levels in the sinuses.[]

  • Atypical Facial Pain

    […] and nasal cavity pathosis Cardiovascular Cardiovascular disease, such as cardiac ischemia or acute myocardial infarction, may be reported by patient as “toothache” Endocrine[] Trigeminal deafferentation pain, (TDP): facial pain in a region of trigeminal numbness resulting from intentional injury to the trigeminal system from neurectomy, gangliolysis[] Laboratory investigations including X-ray of face and jaws do not demonstrate relevant abnormality.[]

  • Respiratory Muscle Paralysis

    Demonstrable altered sensation or numbness. Reduced or absent reflexes. Fasciculation may occasionally be noted. Facial weakness - may be asymmetrical.[] Clinical judgement should be used in individuals who have experienced an acute exacerbation or chest infection Individuals should be cautioned against sharing training equipment[] […] abnormally low perception of dyspnoea Precautions Minimise hypercapnia in patients with coronary artery disease May cause ear discomfort in people who have had a recent cold or sinusitis[]

  • Thickened Earlobes-Conductive Deafness Syndrome

    Symptoms are a hearing loss and facial numbness on the affected side and loss of balance.[] More Conditions Treated Acid Reflux Acoustic Neuroma Acute Laryngitis Acute Pharyngitis Acute Sinusitis Acute Tonsillitis Adenoid Infections Adenoiditis Airway Disorders Airway[] Taybi was described the conductive hearing loss with the thickened ossicles as showed by X-rays. Abnormal ossicles were found in the middle ear ( 7 ).[]

  • Abducens Nerve Palsy

    Abstract An 87-year-old man presented with a 1-week history of transient facial numbness, followed by the onset of left diplopia 1 month later.[] Base of skull x-rays showed: No gross abnormality demonstrated in the clivus.[] Cervical spine x-rays showed: Degenerative changes at the level of C5-6 but were otherwise normal.[]

  • Cutaneous Sarcoidosis

    numbness These can be signs of dangerous complications.[] Acute sinusitis (sinus pain or congestion) Eye swelling and protrusion (proptosis) Dark nasal eschar (scabbing) Fever Redness of skin Coughing blood (occasionally) Shortness[] The chest X-ray showed no abnormal findings and the results of the complete blood cell count, blood chemistry, and urinalysis were within normal limits.[]

  • Osteomyelitis of the Petrous Bone

    Diagnosis of acute-on-chronic sinusitis was made and Septra and a decongestant were prescribed for the patient.[] The symptoms of petrous apex lesions include headaches, facial pain, facial numbness, weakness of mastication, pulsating tinnitus, hearing loss, dizziness, vertigo and facial[] Mastoid X-rays usually show surprisingly little abnormality except for an increased density of the soft tissues in the antrum.[]

  • Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension

    CASE DESCRIPTION: We present the case of a 22-year-old woman who presented with worsening headache, nausea, vomiting, blurry vision, diplopia, visual loss, and facial numbness[] sinusitis or mastoiditis, measles, blood clotting disorders, anemia, leukemia, periodic fever and meningitis) Can idiopathic intracranial hypertension affect children?[] Skeletal X-rays demonstrate rhizomelia, generalized metaphyseal irregularities, narrowing of the interpediculate distance of the lower lumbar vertebrae and an abnormal pelvis[]

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