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427 Possible Causes for Frontal Sinusitis

  • Acute Sinusitis

    A case of balloon frontal sinuplasty in a 12-year old male with intracranial abscess from acute sinusitis is presented.[] It was observed that she had bilateral maxillary, ethmoidal, and frontal sinusitis and an infected bilateral middle concha bullosa in the right side.[] This study presents a child with pseudotumor cerebri as the only presenting symptom of acute frontal sinusitis.[]

  • Sinusitis

    Orbital complications, one of the emergent complications of chronic rhinosinusitis, can be occurred in frontal sinusitis.[] OBJECTIVE: The objective of our study was to observe the changes occurring in the frontal sinus drainage pathway (FSDP) in patients with frontal sinusitis at least 6 months[] The infective process frequently spreads outside the maxillary sinus, involving the anterior ethmoid and the frontal sinuses.[]

  • Frontal Sinusitis

    A thorough physical examination, comprised of cranial inspection, palpation of the sinuses (which reveals tenderness in the frontal area in the case of frontal sinusitis),[] KEYWORDS: Frontal sinusitis; complications; computed tomography; magnetic resonance imaging[] […] patients with chronic frontal sinusitis.[]

  • Osteomyelitis of the Frontal Bone

    Abstract Osteomyelitis of the frontal bone is becoming an increasingly rare complication of frontal sinusitis.[] 1 Reply frontal sinusitis n it's complication 0 Reply 6 years is too early for frontal sinusitis to develop and go for complications 0 Reply[] Osteomyelitis of frontal bone as a complication of sinusitis in childhood – a cases report Introduction.[]

  • Ethmoid Sinusitis

    Abstract A small percentage of patients with acute frontal or ethmoid sinusitis develop orbital, cranial or CNS complications.[] Keywords Sinusitis Maxillary Sinus Maxillary Sinusitis Corrected Visual Acuity Frontal Sinusitis These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.[] A discussion of complications associated with frontal and ethmoid sinusitis is included as well as recommendations for medical and surgical management.[]

  • Subdural Empyema

    We report a case of subdural empyema secondary to frontal sinusitis in an otherwise healthy immunocompetent adolescent boy. Copyright 2012 Elsevier Inc.[] Subdural empyema, or subdural abscess, is a comparatively uncommon complication of acute frontal sinusitis.[] Second, subdural empyema appears to arise in the setting of subacute rather than acute frontal sinusitis.[]

  • Paranasal Sinus Cancer

    […] the ethmoid sinuses the spenoid sinuses the frontal sinuses Tobacco Long Time Exposure to Fumes e.g paint Fumes Exposure to Wood Cuttings Exposure to metal Cuttings Asbestos[] They are found on the cheeks (the maxillary sinuses), above the eyes (the frontal sinuses), between the eyes (the ethmoidal air cells or sinuses) and behind the ethmoidal[] Overview of Nasal Cavity and Paranasal Sinuses Cancer The paranasal sinuses include: frontal sinuses–located above the nose ethmoid sinuses–located just behind either side[]

  • Rhinocerebral Mucormycosis

    Urgent MRI brain and CT of PNS showed haziness in right maxillary,ethmoidal and frontal sinuses with retro orbital extension. We advised urgent nasal swab for fungus.[] Imaging studies demonstrated left-side orbital cellulitis, paranasal sinusitis, and a large lobulated abscess in the left frontal lobe.[] Figure 3: Focal defect of antero-inferior cortex of right maxillary sinus Click here to view Figure 4: Frontal, maxillary and ethmoidal sinusitis on the right side with focal[]

  • Mucocele of the Paranasal Sinus

    In our case, patient had two separate mucoceles in left frontal and ethmoid sinuses.[] The lesions are commonly found in the frontal sinuses, followed by ethmoid sinuses and sphenoid and maxillary sinuses.[] sinuses.[]

  • Osteoma

    This is a report of a 14 year-old boy with a bulging in frontal area and asymptomatic giant osteoma of the frontal sinuses.[] Abstract Osteomas are located mostly in the mandible followed by paranasal sinuses such as frontal sinuses, ethmoid air cells, maxillary sinuses and rarely based on nazal[] OBJECTIVE: Determine the optimal surgical approach by analysing giant osteomas of the frontal and ethmoidal sinuses in the literature.[]

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