Sinusitis, Animation.


Sinusitis, also known as sinus infection or
rhinosinusitis, is a very common condition where the paranasal sinuses are inflamed,
causing congested nose, headache and facial pain.
Paranasal sinuses are air cavities in the bones of the skull. There are four pairs of
sinuses located on either side of the head. They are the maxillary, frontal, ethmoid,
and sphenoid sinuses. The sinuses are lined with respiratory epithelium
producing mucus. The mucus drains into the nasal cavity through small openings. Impaired
sinus drainage has been associated with inflammation of sinuses. When a sinus is blocked, fluid
builds up, making it a favorable environment for bacteria or viruses grow and cause infection.
A typical sinusitis symptom is described as a dull pain or constant pressure commonly
localized to the affected sinus. The pain may worsen when the person bends over or while
lying down. Symptoms often start on one side of the head and spread to the other side.
Acute sinusitis may be also be accompanied by thick nasal discharge of yellow greenish
color. Sinusitis may have different causes. These
include: – Allergy: allergens such as pollen, pet dander…
may trigger inflammatory response of the mucosa of the nose and sinuses, resulting in excess
mucus production, nasal congestion, sneezing and itching.
– Infection: infection usually occurs as a complication of a common cold. Impaired sinus
drainage due to inflammation of nasal mucosa during a cold often leads to infection of
the sinus itself. Cold-like symptoms plus headache, facial pain or pressure are common
complaints. – Other conditions that cause blockage of
sinus drainage. These include: structural abnormalities such as deviated nasal septum;
formation of nasal polyps. Treatments vary depending on the cause of
sinusitis: – For allergy: intranasal corticosteroids
are commonly used. – For viral infection: symptom relief medications
such as nasal spray for irrigation and decongestion; other conservative treatment for common cold
such as rest and drinking plenty of fluid. – For bacterial infection: antibiotics may
be prescribed. – For recurrent or chronic sinusitis due to
structural abnormalities or nasal polyps, nasal surgery may be recommended to clear
up the drainage canal.

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  8. What to do I always have sinus cavity pain comes along sometimes with cold and sometimes not, most likely occurs in between period time…

  9. Especially the left side of the sinus cavity always pain when my immune system go down. But no liquid just pain dry pain

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  12. Let's face it, the majority of us in the comment section have had a sinus infection or if you are reading this. You are currently experiencing one.

  13. I have had 4 months of chronic headache pain in temples/sides, tooth pain, face pain, dizziness, wooziness, vision problems. Now I am taking bactrim (antibiotic) and i feel even worse. Way more dizziness and now anxiety.

  14. Just want to ask is a small button snub nose a sign someone was breastfed as a baby for more than a year? Or is it possible someone who was bottle fed can also have a tiny nose? I have a strong feeling that someone who was fed from a bottle as a baby will have a Big convex nose while someone who was Breastfed will have a miniscule concave baby nose even as they age. Am I right?

  15. I have really bad like bone things in my forehead just beside the eyebrows and you can feel them and I get a wrinkle right in the middle of my eyebrow and my forehead feels like it goes in a little in the middle

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