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275 Possible Causes for Hearing Problem, Maxillary Sinusitis

  • Sinusitis

    Eye and Ear improve the lives of people with vision, hearing, voice and balance problems. Find out how you can support all the great work at Mass. Eye and Ear.[] The objective of the study was to compare the ability of dental, ENT and radiology specialists to identify the dental cause of maxillary sinusitis with conventional computed[] Patients with odontogenic maxillary sinusitis (OMS) often complain of reduced taste sensitivity as well as nasal obstruction.[]

  • Waldenstrom Macroglobulinemia

    This disease leads to bleeding, dizziness, hearing problems, and blurred vision. Hyperviscosity syndrome is treated with plasmapheresis.[] We reported a case of male patient with Waldenstrom macroglobulinemia and bilateral maxillary sinusitis.[] Symptoms due to hyperviscosity syndrome, which can be life threatening, include the following [ 16 ] : Bleeding Dizziness Headache Blurry vision Hearing or visual problems[]

  • Mandibulofacial Dysostosis

    In the case of hearing problems, hearing aids may be recommended. An audiologist also takes measure to prevent further hearing loss.[] The maxillary sinuses may be absent. Cleft palate is often present. Genetics Heterozygous mutations in the EDNRA gene (4q31) are responsible for this condition.[] 256 Bilateral maxillary sinus hypoplasia 257 Opacification of the paranasal sinuses 258 Chronic sinusitis 259 Unilateral maxillary sinusitis with nasal drainage 260 Destruction[]

  • Chronic Serous Otitis Media

    Since the eardrum cannot vibrate properly, hearing problems may occur. Sometimes the eardrum ruptures, and pus drains out of the ear.[] sinusitis, unspecified J0101Acute recurrent maxillary sinusitis J0110Acute frontal sinusitis, unspecified J0111Acute recurrent frontal sinusitis J0120Acute ethmoidal sinusitis[] One common symptom of OME is hearing problems. In younger children, behavior changes can be a symptom of hearing problems.[]

  • Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media

    problems Your health care provider will diagnose an ear infection by looking inside the ear with an instrument called an otoscope.[] Maxillary sinusitis (9%), ethmoidal polyp (4%), Frontal sinusitis alone (3%) were other common pathologies.[] Screening for pre-school and school-age hearing problems: European Consensus Statement. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol 2012;76(1):120-121. [ ] 11.[]

  • Deviated Nasal Septum

    Another interesting problem is that, I suffer from partial hearing loss in my left ear while my right one is fine.[] […] and development of maxillary sinusitis.[] sinuses.[]

  • Dysostosis

    An otologist should check for hearing problems. The bone symptoms cause few problems in most cases. Appropriate dental care is important.[] The maxillary sinuses were underdeveloped up to half of normal values. The largest differences were recorded in vertical linear dimensions of the maxillae.[] An otologist should check for hearing problems. Outlook (Prognosis) The bone symptoms cause few problems in most cases. Appropriate dental care is important.[]

  • Axenfeld-Rieger Syndrome Type 3

    Some patients have hearing problems from an early age. Heart defects are more common than in other types, including valve problems and holes in the inside wall.[] Systemic Features: Dental anomalies and mid-facial hypoplasia secondary to underdeveloped maxillary sinuses are among the most common systemic features in type 1.[] Conductive deafness (hearing loss in which sound does not travel well to the inner ear).[]

  • Fahr's Syndrome

    Results: A 30-year old Filipino female with polycystic ovaries presented with insidious onset of myoclonic jerks and hearing problems.[] .  Radiographically, the most frequent findings include persistent wide cranial sutures, absence of the frontal and maxillary sinuses, and osteolysis of the distal phalanges[] Pure tone audiogram showed conductive hearing loss on the left ear and mild sensorineural hearing loss on the right ear.[]

  • Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia

    Hearing problems, situs inversus and male infertility are associated symptoms. Most clinical manifestations begin in early childhood.[] Radiograph of paranasal sinuses showed bilateral maxillary sinusitis. ECG findings were suggestive of true dextrocardia. Echocardiography did not reveal any abnormality.[] Hearing problems usually improve by the teenage years, and tympoanostomy tubes should be avoided if possible.[]

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