impression saying ( DNS and nasal spur towards right side with left concha bullosa . Polypoidalmucosalthickening in bilateral maxillarysinus , right more than left. Patchy mucosalthickening in floor ...
is occluded 3)Polypoidmucosalthickening seen in the right maxillarysinus along with mild mucosalthickening seen in the left maxillarysinus.4)Bilateral suncentimeter level II lympnodes are also seen. Just ...
suggested me to do a CT-PNS scan.i did the scan and result says that the maxillarysinus has polypoidalmucosalthickeneings noted in maxillarysinuses. The pain is really bad and am not able to sleep.. Please ...
. it read that ther is moderate mucosalthickening involving the bilateral maxillarysinus and the right sphenoid sinus ther is also variable opacication of the mastoid air cells flow void is seen within ...
these pain in the right side of my head never left side). i made ct to the siniuses there is a polypoidalmucosal thickining at the reight maxilarry sinus is it the cause of bain or not or it is tension headache ...
I have a polyp in the right maxillarysinus. what should i do?
Treatment of polyps is surgical removal. I would recommend that you see an ENT physician.
hey my eye has been feeling very strange lately. it feels like there is something in my eye. and when i sniff with my nose my right eye feels like its pulling
thanks for healthcare magic
U may have maxillarysinusitis. Maxillarysinusitis (behind the cheeks) can cause pain in the cheeks, under the eyes, or in the upper teeth and jaw. I think u should consult a ENT surgeon for proper evaluation. U can get ur X-ray done to check underline infection.
What does sinus mean?
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Sinus means a cavity or space that is connected to the surface with a tract (e.g paranasal sinuses like frontal sinus, maxillarysinus).
Infection of the sinus or sinus tract is called sinusitis.
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