pansinusitis


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inflammation of all of the paranasal sinuses

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The patient was initially diagnosed with chronic hypertrophic rhinitis and pansinusitis.
En resumen, nuestros pacientes presentaron diversas complicaciones asociadas a pansinusitis durante su evolucion.
Massive intradiploic mucocele and an epidural abscess were identified with pansinusitis and erosions of the orbital roof on the left side.
deShazo's interest in fungal sinusitis began about 12 years ago, when he saw a 16-year-old boy with chronic pansinusitis and nasal polyposis who had undergone five previous surgeries in which a "gooey brown material with the consistency of peanut butter" had been removed from his sinuses.
Allergic sinusitis considered as systemic process and as a result there is tendency for symmetrical sinus involvement and pansinusitis.
Computed tomography of the sinuses detected left-sided pansinusitis and bone erosion.
A CT scan of the brain showed pansinusitis and a hyperdense lesion along the corona radiata, suggestive of a fungal abscess.
These findings included total opacification, pansinusitis, and polyp formation.
Radiological analysis in Group A showed that there were three patients with right-sided pansinusitis; nine patients with left-sided pansinusitis and rest eleven patients with bilateral pansinusitis.
A CT scan revealed an NSA filling the entire nasal cavity bilaterally, accompanied by pansinusitis.
Of 339 patients, the primary diagnosed diseases along with their co-existent conditions were 66 Deviated Nasal Septum (DNS), 54 maxillary sinusitis, 47 ethmoid sinusitis, 44 Inferior Turbinate Hypertrophy (ITH), 35 maxillary sinus-mucosal hypertrophy, 28 frontal sinusitis, 20 ethmoidal polyp, 14 antrochoanal polyp, 12 nasal mass, 9 nasopharyngeal mass, 5 concha bullosa, 3 pansinusitis and 2 sphenoid sinusitis (Fig.
A repeat noncontrast CT of the head demonstrated bilateral pansinusitis, intracranial findings that were consistent with cerebritis, and a left intraorbital mass.
X-ray paranasal sinuses showed pansinusitis and x-ray of the neck showed enlarged adenoid.