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123 Possible Causes for Frontal Headache, Orbital Cellulitis

  • Ethmoid Sinusitis

    Discriminatory clinical features include: pain between the eyes frontal headaches Specific treatment is rarely required.[] The presumptive diagnosis was orbital cellulitis secondary to chronic ethmoid sinusitis. Endoscopic sinusotomy and bilateral ethmoidectomies were performed.[] Clinical implications of orbital cellulitis. Laryngoscope 1986;96:568-74. [8] Israele V, Nelson JD. Periorbital and orbital cellulitis.[]

  • Frontal Sinusitis

    The authors present a patient whose symptoms of frontal headache were mistaken for frontal sinusitis for over 10 years.[] These findings led to the diagnosis: synergistic bacterial inflammation of the frontal sinus, with osteomyelitis and orbital cellulitis.[] CASE REPORT: A 21-year-old woman at 35 weeks' gestation presented with a history of frontal headaches and swelling, periorbital oedema, pain and chemosis.[]

  • Acute Sinusitis

    […] bone, symptoms or signs of meningitis, severe frontal headache, or focal neurological signs.[] Abstract We report a case with orbital cellulitis and irreversible visual loss caused by asymptomatic acute sinusitis in a patient without symptoms or history of sinusitis[] Orbital cellulitis (orbital/preseptal/postseptal cellulitis) accounted for 32.8% of patients, intracranial complications (epidural/subdural abscess, cavernous sinus thrombosis[]

  • Sinusitis

    Clinical Features Signs and symptoms of sinusitis include: constant sinus pressure nasal congestion facial and/or tooth pain frontal headaches post nasal drainage, especially[] We report a case of invasive fungal sinusitis caused by Scopulariopsis in 57 year-old man who had recurrence of orbital cellulitis.[] Look for: Suspicion of intracranial spread - severe frontal headache, frontal swelling, symptoms or signs of meningitis or focal neurological signs.[]

  • Chronic Sinusitis

    With intense headaches migraine must be considered. Unfortunately if the openings into the frontal sinuses were damaged it may be hard to restore them.[] Complications In children chronic sinusitis may result in the adenoiditis, purulent otitis media, laryngitis and dacryocystitis Orbital cellulitis Subperiosteal abscess Orbital[] Signs and symptoms include headache, nasal discharge, swelling in the face, dizziness, and breathing difficulties. 473 Chronic sinusitis 473.0 Chronic maxillary sinusitis[]

  • Rhinocerebral Mucormycosis

    Computed tomography findings of rhino-orbito-cerebral mucormycosis and bacterial orbital cellulitis. A.[] Imaging studies demonstrated left-side orbital cellulitis, paranasal sinusitis, and a large lobulated abscess in the left frontal lobe.[] Manifestations may include pain, fever, orbital cellulitis, proptosis, ophthalmoplegia, loss of vision, purulent nasal discharge, and mucosal necrosis.[]

  • Meningitis

    A 59-year-old man presented with a 10-day history of right-sided frontal headache and a 7-day history of subacute left-sided weakness. He had no history of RA.[] The most common complication of paranasal sinusitis is orbital cellulitis, followed by intracranial infection ( 32, 221 ).[] In case 1, March 2007, a 56-year-old man was admitted with a 1-year history of right frontal headache.[]

  • Osteomyelitis of the Frontal Bone

    A youth of 16 was admitted to a city hospital on 8 December 1960 with a week's history of frontal headache, backache and pains in the limbs.[] Complications Orbital cellulitis Orbital cellulitis Orbital abscess Orbital abscess Mode of Spread Mode of Spread Direct Direct Thrombophlebitis of vessels Thrombophlebitis[] The most common site of bone involvement is lumbar spine, pelvis and ribs. » Case Report A 42-year-old male presented with a two-month history of right frontal headache and[]

  • Glaucoma

    Abstract Favorites PDF Get Content & Permissions A Case of Pseudomonas Orbital Cellulitis Following Glaucoma Device Implantation Goldfarb, Jeremy; Jivraj, Imran; Yan, David[]

  • Cavernous Sinus Thrombosis

    She presented with fever, nausea without vomiting, frontal headache, bilateral ptosis and swelling, double vision, a partial loss of visual acuity in the left eye, and restricted[] A case of cavernous sinus thrombosis is usually a complication of severe orbital cellulitis and meningitis.[] After 5 days, he noticed swelling around the cheek, high grade fever, and frontal headaches.[]

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