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299 Possible Causes for Headache, Hypoplastic Frontal Sinuses

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  • Acute Sinusitis

    This study presents a child with pseudotumor cerebri as the only presenting symptom of acute frontal sinusitis.[] The patient experienced photophobia, fever, headache, nausea and vomiting. Frontal sinusitis with intracranial abscess was diagnosed on imaging.[] […] include: Facial pain/pressure/tenderness Stuffy nose Thick yellow or green nasal discharge Loss of smell and taste Congestion/cough You may also experience: Fever Ear pain Headache[]

  • Sinusitis

    Orbital complications, one of the emergent complications of chronic rhinosinusitis, can be occurred in frontal sinusitis.[] Here are answers to some key questions about sinus headache treatments. Sinus Headache?[] The infective process frequently spreads outside the maxillary sinus, involving the anterior ethmoid and the frontal sinuses.[]

  • Frontal Sinusitis

    Nineteen of 121 frontal sinuses (15.7%) belonged to smokers. Fourteen of 121 frontal sinuses (11.5%) exhibited postoperative evidence of disease.[] The symptoms may be minimal and may be manifested only by a mild headache and occasional stuffy nose.[] NeilMed / September 18, 2013 / Sinus, Sinus Headache / 16 comments Sinus Headache M. Lee Williams, M.D. Assoc.[]

  • Common Cold

    The frontal sinuses are less often involved and the sphenoid sinuses are rarely affected. Pain, sensation of pressure and tenderness over the affected sinus are present.[] If the headache is felt in the eye, it may be a sign of an eye infection.[] For outcomes related to the analgesic effects of NSAIDs (headache, ear pain, and muscle and joint pain) the treatment produced significant benefits.[]

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    The frontal sinuses may not begin to develop until age 5-8 years.[] Headache A headache is fairly uncommon with a cold. A headache is very common with the flu, present in 80% of flu cases. A headache is not unusual.[] Pharyngitis/tonsillitis—this is caused by both bacterial and viral organisms, with sore throat often accompanied by fever, headache, and other symptoms, with or without enlarged[]

  • Chronic Sinusitis

    The complications of frontal sinusitis are well-known.[] BACKGROUND: Headache is a common complaint in emergency department (ED) patients. Nearly 15% of ED headache patients will have brain computed tomography (CT) done.[] Unfortunately if the openings into the frontal sinuses were damaged it may be hard to restore them.[]

  • Ethmoid Sinusitis

    Orbital hematoma secondary to frontal sinusitis. Ophthalmology . 1978;85:1229–34. PubMed Google Scholar 7. Ichino Y, Nagata M, Ishikawa T.[] Migraine accounts for far more headaches than does sinus headache.[] sinusitis J01.11 Acute recurrent frontal sinusitis J01.2 Acute ethmoidal sinusitis J01.20 …… unspecified J01.21 Acute recurrent ethmoidal sinusitis J01.3 Acute sphenoidal[]

  • 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.[] On follow-up 4 weeks after the first functional endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS), she complained of a severe headache and was readmitted for a second period.[] RCM typically presents in a rapidly fulminant manner with headache, fever, mucosal necrosis, and ophthalmic symptoms.[]

  • Maxillary Sinusitis

    The latter disease produces distinct symptoms in the acute stage resembling ethmoiditis in children or maxillary and frontal sinusitis in adults.[] When asked about sinusitis, the patient mentioned occasional episodes of pus taste and intermittent crises of headache lasting for one week.[] Frontal sinuses: An acute inflammation of the frontal sinuses is most often accompanied by severe headache and pain in the forehead .[]

  • Meningitis

    ., there was clear evidence of simultaneous frontal sinusitis ( 11 ).[] Reinsertion of the stylet before needle removal decreased the risk of headache (ARR, 11.3%; 95% CI, 6.50%-16.2%).[] Among patients with fever and headache, jolt accentuation of headache is a useful adjunctive maneuver, with a sensitivity of 100%, specificity of 54%, positive likelihood[]

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