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157 Possible Causes for Headache, Hyperostosis, Maxillary Sinusitis

  • Dermoid Cyst

    Other possible findings may include overgrowth of normal bone (hyperostosis), growths of fat tissue (lipoma) or neoplasm (tumors of bone, soft tissue, etc).[] He has remained headache free for 10 months since the initial event.[] Both the maxillary sinuses, sphenoid sinuses and ethmoidal air cells on the right side were clear.[]

  • Osteoma

    Paranasal sinus osteomas are among the rare causes of headache and they are most commonly seen in the frontal and ethmoid sinuses.[] 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 cavitiy or[] Frontal sinus osteoma accompanied by intracranial mucocele and local hyperostosis frontalis interna has never been reported.[]

  • Chronic Sinusitis

    Osteitic bone is evident on computed tomography (CT) as hyperostosis.[] Headache is a common complaint in emergency department (ED) patients. Nearly 15% of ED headache patients will have brain computed tomography (CT) done.[] The maxillary sinuses were divided into 2 groups: CMS and no maxillary sinusitis. Data were analyzed using χ2 test and binary logistic regression analysis (P .05).[]

  • Chondrosarcoma

    A 42-year-old woman with anterior one third falx-based lesion; a 7-year-old boy with mid one third falcine lesion with hyperostosis of bone, presenting in comatose stage;[] The most common presentations were headache (n 10; 62.5%), followed by cranial deficits (n 7; 43.6%).[] maxillary sinuses.[]

  • Leontiasis

    General Information Medical Conditions Sexual Health Legal Help MRSA Pain Relief Investigations Consent Forms Cosmetic Surgery Outpatients What to take Save our Hospitals Headaches[] sinuses and splaying of the teeth.[] Plain radiography and helical computed tomography revealed generalized hyperostosis obliterating the maxillary and sphenoidal sinuses and 2 exuberant bony masses arising from[]

  • Periapical Abscess

    If it shows sclerosis (hyperostosis), the interpretation is that of resistance to the pathologic process resulting from osteoblastic activity.[] The individual may also complain of fever, headache, and general fatigue.[] Maxillary sinusitis may develop from the extension of periodontal disease.[]

  • Osteopathia Striata

    Because the disorder may resemble several other conditions, the differential diagnosis should include osteopoikilosis, the autosomal dominant form of osteopetrosis, and hyperostosis[] She suffered chronic lower extremity pain in the absence of fractures, as well as severe headaches, unilateral facial paralysis, and bilateral mixed hearing loss.[] 256 Bilateral maxillary sinus hypoplasia 257 Opacification of the paranasal sinuses 258 Chronic sinusitis 259 Unilateral maxillary sinusitis with nasal drainage 260 Destruction[]

  • Osteitis

    Plain radiography demonstrated hyperostosis with subperiosteal erosions in the right tibia.[] A 43-year-old woman with a 3-year history of headache, fever, and swelling of the forehead, presented to our hospital.[] In 2012, the maxillary sinuses were examined with cone beam computed tomography.[]

  • Exophthalmos

    Whole‑body radiological and bone scintigraphic investigations revealed that hyperostosis and sclerosis predominantly affected the cranial bones, including the skull base,[] A 28-year-old woman is reported with intermittent exophthalmos and acute orbital hemorrhage which developed after a warning symptom of recurrent positional headache.[] The present case represents a combination of maxillary sinusitis with orbital floor thickening and exophthalmos, a less common manifestation of maxillary sinus-related orbitopathy[]

  • Hyperostosis Frontalis Interna

    The bone changes are normally less than 1 cm thick in hyperostosis frontalis interna.[] […] both the headache and the HFI.[] Variations in Frontal and Maxillary Sinuses. References Van Acken, F. (1933) Die sutura frontalis im Röntgenbilde. Fortschr. Rontgenstr. 48:208-222.[]

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