Items tagged “sinuses”
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Pott puffy tumour
Pott puffy tumour refers to a non-neoplastic complication of acute sinusitis. It is characterised by a primarily subgaleal collection, subperiosteal abscess, and osteomyelitis. It is usually related to the frontal sinus but is sometimes secondary to mastoid pathology. Rarer aetiologies include ...
Immotile cilia syndrome
Published 03 Aug 2010
Sinonasal polyposis refers to the presence of multiple benign polyps in the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses. Epidemiology It is most commonly encountered in adults and rare in children. Polyps are the most common expansile lesions of the nasal cavity 8. Incidence increases in patients with ...
The sphenoethmoidal recess drains the posterior ethmoid air cells and sphenoid sinuses into the superior meatus of the nasal cavity. Related pathology patterns of sinonasal obstruction