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Total opacification in left maxillary sinus. Having dizziness, numbness on face, fingers, toes. Suggestions?

Doctors found a near total opacification left maxillary sinus . I haven t had a sinus infection at all. I concerned it s a tumor or polyp seeing I have many different symptoms going on. I have dizzy spells, numbness on right side face, fingers, leg, foot toes. Neck pain face eye pain and feeling not good at all. The ER dr. Said on ER report that an immediate appoinment with a neurologist is needed after the results of CT scan and crags came back. I saw nueorogist and ge ordered a battery of MRI s , MRA with dye, cervical. I concerned. Can u share any info there is not alot on line . Thanks Susan
Asked On : Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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thanks for asking question..
Opacification in maxillary sinus and your symptomatology suggests tumorous condition, so better to go for MRI and also go for diagnostic nasal endoscopy, if found any mass on endoscopy go for biopsy that will confirm the diagnosis and take treatment accordingly. thank you so much.
Answered: Mon, 15 Jul 2013
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