Sinus Infection

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A common ENT condition known as sinusitis is characterized by paranasal sinus inflammation. Despite being common, it can occasionally be quite painful and uncomfortable and may even call for medical attention. Depending on how severe the condition is, it may be possible to reverse it with medication or surgery. To get the best treatment for sinus infection, contact ENTegrity, the top healthcare provider in India. Make an appointment with one of our experienced ENT specialists today.

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    What is Sinusitis

    The condition known as sinusitis causes the sinuses to inflame.
    Behind the forehead, cheeks, and eyes are spaces filled with air called sinuses. Numerous conditions, including viral or bacterial infections, allergies, and structural issues with the nasal passages, can cause this condition. Nasal congestion, headaches, facial pain or pressure, thick nasal discharge, and a reduced sense of smell are all typical signs of sinusitis. The severity of your condition and the symptoms you’re exhibiting will determine how your sinusitis is treated.

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    DISEASE NAME Sinusitis
    SURGERY NAME Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery (FESS)
    DURATION 1 - 2 hours
    TREATED BY ENT Surgeon (Otolaryngologists)

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    Stages of Sinusitis

    Stages of sinusitis on the basis of the severity of the condition
    There are three types of sinusitis on the basis of the severity of the condition:

    Stages of sinusitis on the basis of their location

    There are 4 types of sinusitis on the basis of their location:

    Sinusitis Diagnosis

    Typically, a doctor initiates the diagnostic process by reviewing the patient’s medical history and conducting a comprehensive physical examination to assess any sensitivity or discomfort in the nasal and throat regions. To gain a more detailed insight into the nasal condition, a healthcare professional employs a specialized medical apparatus to widen the nasal passages and administer medications that narrow the blood vessels within the nose. Additionally, a healthcare provider may employ a flashlight to examine the nasal passages for signs of inflammation, fluid accumulation, nasal polyps, or tumors. Furthermore, to gauge the extent of the ailment, a doctor commonly advises the following diagnostic procedures:
    This procedure involves the insertion of a slender tube into the nasal passages, aided by fiber-optic illumination. It facilitates a thorough examination of the interior of the nasal passages.
    To identify sinus inflammations, doctors often recommend CT and MRI scans.
    When sinusitis is suspected to be triggered by microbial agents like bacteria or fungal infections, cultures may be conducted to accurately identify the underlying cause of the condition.
    If a healthcare provider suspects that allergies may be responsible for sinusitis, they are likely to propose an allergy test to confirm this aspect of the diagnosis.


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