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CT scan of PNS done. Suggestions?

c t scan of PNS (AXIAL AND CORONAL)
SAGITTAL AND PARASAGITTAL RECONSTRUCTIONS WRE DONE.
SLIGHTLY DEVIATED NASAL SEPTUM TOWARDS TIGHT SIDE.
NASAL MUCOSAL THICKENING SEEN
HYPERTROPIED BOTH INFERIOR TUBINATES SEEN
MUCOSAL THIKENING SEEN INVOLBING RIGHT FRONTAL, ETHMOIDAL AND BILATERE MAXILLARY SINUSES SGGUESTIVE OF SINUSITIS
BOTH OSTEOMEATAL UNITS ARE PATENT
BONY MARGINS APPERA INTACT.
Asked On : Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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Hello
welcome to health care magic
Your ct scan of para nasal sinuses shows that you have deviated nasal septum(DNS) towards right,,and sinusitis..apart from that opening of sinuses are patent,,not closed.
Since you have slightly deviated nasal septum,,no problem with that.
But for sinusitis you should consult ENT doctor and have your medications like antibiotics,anti histamines..
In the query you didn't mention about the symptoms you had which made you to undergo ct of pns...
In advanced cases of DNS you may feel headache,
consult ENT for more suggestions
Hope you understand my suggestion
Thank you
Dr.siddartha
Answered: Thu, 16 May 2013
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