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322 Possible Causes for cheekbones

  • Sinusitis

    Inflammation in the nose 1 Inflammation of the sinuses (located in the forehead, cheekbones, and behind the nose) 1 What causes it?[] The sinuses are small, air-filled cavities behind your cheekbones and forehead (see below).[] Inflammation of the sinuses (located in the forehead, cheekbones, and behind the nose) 1 What causes it? Sinus infection (usually caused by a virus or bacteria).[]

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    Maxillary sinuses are posterior to the cheekbones; use digital pressure and percussion on the cheeks to elicit tenderness.[] […] present) Increased fatigue or weakness Sore throat, scratchy throat or pain when swallowing Unusual sinus drainage, nasal congestion, headaches or tenderness along upper cheekbones[]

  • Streptococcal Infection

    […] cellulitis - an infection of the deeper layers of the skin inner ear infection sinusitis - an infection of the small air-filled cavities that are found behind the forehead and cheekbones[]

  • Sunburn

    Other areas that need frequent reapplication (meaning more often than every two hours): Your chest, preexisting sun spots, and the highest points of your face, like your cheekbones[]

  • Adrenal Insufficiency

    […] following fields: Cranial (whole brain) Craniospinal Nasopharyngeal (nose and throat) Oropharyngeal (mouth and throat) Orbital Eye Ear Infratemporal (midfacial area behind the cheekbones[]

  • Acromegaly

    The facial aspect is characteristic and includes a widened and thickened nose, prominent cheekbones, forehead bulges, thick lips and marked facial lines.[] Hatton's case was progressive, and he would have to undergo operations to remove his cheekbones and shave the bone of his lower jaw.[]

  • Facial Fracture

    What can be done about a cheekbone fracture?[] Nasal and cheekbone fractures Fractures of the nasal bones and cheekbones can result from any severe impact to the area.[] To displace the cheekbone, all four legs must be fractured.[]

  • Mandibulofacial Dysostosis

    Other features may include cleft palate , eye abnormalities, and hearing loss . 0000327 Hypoplasia of the zygomatic bone Cheekbone underdevelopment Decreased size of cheekbone[] Other treatments may include surgery on the ears, lower eyelids, cheekbones and jaws, to improve both function and appearance.[] An exam of the infant may reveal a variety of problems, including: Abnormal eye shape Flat cheekbones Cleft palate or lip Small jaw Low-set ears Abnormally formed ears Abnormal[]

  • Treacher-Collins Syndrome Type 3

    He is missing his cheekbones which cause his little eyes to droop, he has a notch on the lower lid of both eyes, a tell-tale sign of TCS & one eye doesn’t appear to have a[] Always remember, Jackson, you are not your cheekbones. You are not your ears. You are not your eyes or your voice. No, you are the one and only Jackson Bezzant.[] Collins Syndrome – also known as Franceschetti syndrome and mandibulofacial dysostosis is a rare congenital disorder characterized by craniofacial deformities such as absent cheekbones[]

  • Paranasal Sinus Cancer

    Persistent nosebleeds * Numb cheek * Numb upper lip * Numb upper teeth * Numb side of nose * Asymptomatic in early stages * Loose upper teeth * Forehead pain * Pain near cheekbones[] Paranasal sinuses are named after the bones that surround them: Frontal sinuses : Located in the lower forehead above the nose Maxillary sinuses : Located in cheekbones on[] There are several sinuses: the frontal sinuses (lower forehead), the maxillary sinuses (cheekbones either side of the nose), ethmoid sinuses (upper nose/between the eyes)[]

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