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CT showed sinusitis, blocked ostio-meatal unit, polypoidal lesion, DNS. What does this mean?

CT findings are suggestive of right maxillary, frontal, anterior ethmoidal and sphenoidal sinusitis . Intrasinus hyoperdense areas are noted in right maxlllary and sphenoidal sinuses(? Inspissated secretions ?? Fungal infection ).The right ostio-meatal unit is blocked. A polypoidal lesion is also seen in left maxillary sinus; the left ostio-meatal unit is patent. DNS to right is seen with septal spur. all this is written in my CT scan report can you explain me in simple words.......plz
Asked On : Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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CT Scan report
1. DNS to right with septal spur means Deviated nasal septum (nasal septum - a partition of bone and cartilage between the nasal cavities).
2.right maxillary, frontal, anterior ethmoidal and sphenoidal sinusitis means inflammation of sinuses ( sinus is a air filled cavity within a bone in normal condition but in your case either fluid filled or fungal filled cavity)
3.The right ostio-meatal unit is blocked means draining area of these sinuses is blocked.


Dr Hariom sharma
Answered: Sun, 21 Jul 2013
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