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These lesions have been most commonly reported in the frontal (66%) and ethmoid sinuses (25%) and 10% in maxillary sinuses (10%).
Other findings include attenuation of the nasal septal and sinus trabeculae, and opacified ethmoid sinuses with bulging lateral walls.
The ethmoid sinuses are divided into groups of cells by bony basal lamellae of the middle turbinate, which separate the ethmoid into anterior and posterior groups with different drainage patterns.
If there was abnormality in ethmoid sinuses then Caldwell view was performed by using an occipitofrontal beam while the nose and forehead were in contact with the film.
Your nose might hurt or be stuffy or you could lose your sense of smell if your ethmoid sinuses are inflamed.
Three tumors (7%) involved frontal and ethmoid sinuses concomitantly making it impossible to determine a single site of origin.
Because the cranial nerves that control the extraocular muscles have a course that comes close to the walls of the ethmoid sinuses, infection extending beyond the orbital wall could produce inflammation of those nerves and impair their ability to control the extraocular muscles.
The abscess was drained and cranialization of the frontal and ethmoid sinuses was done (Fig.
Sinuses practically surround the orbits, the frontal sinuses above, the ethmoid sinuses medially, and the maxillary sinuses inferiorly.
orbit, and the periorbital tissues when the frontal and ethmoid sinuses are involved.
The ethmoid sinuses are located between the eyes, under the nasal bridge.
Ethmoid sinuses just behind the bridge of the nose and between the eyes
James Stankiewicz presented two-year follow-up data from a prospective study of 59 patients who underwent standalone balloon dilation to treat chronic sinusitis with inflammation in the maxillary sinus alone or maxillary and anterior ethmoid sinuses.
Computed tomography (CT) of the sinuses demonstrated left-sided pansinusitis with complete opacification of the maxillary and ethmoid sinuses.