Question: Results from my Dr, seeing an ent soon. But Dr didn't explain
there is extensive mucosal thickening at the right maxillary sinus, with small pockets of aeration at the anterior aspect of the sinus. Minor mucosal thickening is also present at the right anterior ethmoidal air cells. The frontal sinuses
sinus, left maxillary sinus, the remainder of the ethmoid air cells, mastoid air cells, and middle ear cavities appear normally aerated. No air-fluid levels, osseous destruction, periosteal reaction is seen. At the time of scanning, the right osteomeatal complex is completely opacified by soft tissue/fluid density material. The left osteomeatal complex is patent. Nasal septal deviation to the right is present. The sphenoid sinus is septated. The left anterior clinoid process is pneumatised. The TMJs appear normal.
CONCLUSION: Near-complete opacification of the right maxillary sinus. Less pronounced sinonasal mucosal disease
at the right anterior ethmoid air cells. No air-fluid levels, bony destruction, periosteal