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the forward outer surface of a building

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an adornment worn on the forehead

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a drapery that covers the front of an altar

the face or front of a building

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belonging to the front part

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of or relating to the front of an advancing mass of air

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meeting front to front

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of or adjacent to the forehead or frontal bone

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Frontal sinusitis and its complications occur most commonly in adolescent and young males.
Frontal sinusitis rarely results in frontocutaneous fistula.
5) This type of infection is seen almost exclusively in patients with frontal sinusitis, probably because of the high degree of venous communication and loosely adherent dura in that particular site.
2,3] unilateral polyps that arise from the anterior end of the middle turbinate are rare; when they do occur, they can cause a middle meatal obstruction, which can result in maxillary, ethmoid, or frontal sinusitis.
3] Surgery increases the risk of intracranial and orbital complications, and the resultant scarring at the frontal recess might lead to secondary frontal sinusitis or even mucocele formation.
27] The indications for this procedure were acute or chronic frontal sinusitis in patients who had undergone at least one previous operation and who had had marked frontal sinus pathology on CT.
Powered instrumentation in the management of chronic frontal Sinusitis.
Evaluation included computed tomography (CT) of the orbits, which demonstrated an increased left orbital volume and left maxillary, ethmoid, and frontal sinusitis.
Marked polypoid changes in the anterior end of the middle turbinate and floppy mobile polyps arising from the anterior end of the middle turbinate can obstruct the middle meatus and cause maxillary, ethmoid, or frontal sinusitis.