How to use Sinusitis in a sentence

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  • Sinusitis is usually due to an infection, although swelling from allergies can mimic the symptoms of pressure, pain, and congestion, and allergies can set the stage for a bacterial infection.

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  • There is very often concurrent sinusitis or otitis media (6090% of cases ).

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  • The individual concerned showed transient pyrexia, flu-like symptoms and sinusitis, but after antibiotic treatment made a full recovery.

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  • Affected birds may show conjunctivitis, runny eyes, sinusitis and swollen dark blue heads.

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  • Nosocomial sinusitis is a common problem, occurring in up to 30% of nasally intubated patients.

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  • I had sinusitis, famously, within a year of being leader.

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  • This research opens a better way to diagnose and treat chronic sinusitis, and reduce the annual 300,000 sinus surgeries that are needed.

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  • Upper respiratory tract infections caused by organisms sensitive to cefpodoxime, including sinusitis.

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  • The doctor diagnosed sinusitis and signed Mike off for two months sick-leave.

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  • For some time my daughter and I have been suffering sinusitis, hay fever and allergy reactions due to the ever changing environment.

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  • Factors that affect the airways and cause bad breath sinusitis.

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  • Management of fungal sinusitis in the immunocompromised Early, aggressive treatment is required.

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  • For Norwegian GPs, a putative diagnosis of acute sinusitis is likely to be correct 63% of the time.

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  • Unfortunately Mike's viral head cold had developed into bacterial sinusitis and he had no option but to return home.

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  • Factors that affect the airways and cause bad breath Sinusitis.

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  • Chronic sinusitis is the second most common chronic medical condition; with an average of 31 to 35 million cases reported each year.

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  • Allergic sinusitis may be caused by allergies to dairy or wheat, or by hayfever.

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  • Unfortunately Mike 's viral head cold had developed into bacterial sinusitis and he had no option but to return home.

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  • Maxillary sinusitis may produce pain in the teeth of the upper jaw; the pain may be mistaken for toothache.

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  • Some children and adults have few episodes of heart-burn over their lifetimes, but they have frequent bouts of ear infection, sinusitis, bronchitis, and even asthma.

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  • Post-nasal drip, the irritating trickle of mucus from the nasal passages into the throat caused by allergies or sinusitis, can also result in a cough.

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  • Some people like to add eucalyptus oil to the bathwater to relieve nasal congestion when they are recovering from colds or sinusitis.

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  • Complications are unusual but may include sinusitis (inflammation of the nasal sinuses), bacterial infections, or infections of the middle ear.

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  • Streptococci, meningococci, and Haemophilus influenzae, organisms that cause diseases such as otitis media, sinusitis, pneumonia, meningitis, osteomyelitis, septic arthritis, and sepsis, all make capsules.

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  • Sinusitis is an inflammation of the sinuses, which are airspaces within the bones of the face.

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  • Sinusitis is most often due to an infection within these spaces.

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  • It is estimated that about 37 million Americans are affected by sinusitis each year.

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  • Having a cold increases the chance of getting sinusitis.

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  • Children with asthma are also considered more likely to be affected by sinusitis.

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  • Sinusitis in children may be caused by Moraxella catarrhalis (20%).

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  • Acute sinusitis usually follows some type of upper respiratory tract infection or cold.

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  • Chronic sinusitis occurs when the problem has existed for at least three months.

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  • There is rarely a fever with chronic sinusitis.

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  • If the child is displaying the signs of sinusitis for more than a few days, the doctor should be contacted.

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  • If a cold seems to be getting better and then gets worse again, it may have developed into sinusitis.

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  • Likewise, colds that linger beyond a week may indicate sinusitis, and the doctor should be called.

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  • However, sinusitis should be strongly suspected when a cold lingers beyond about a week's time.

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  • For example, tapping over the sinuses may cause pain in patients with sinusitis, but it may not.

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  • While this simple test can be helpful, it is certainly not a perfect way to diagnose or rule out the diagnosis of sinusitis.

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  • X-ray pictures and CT scans of the sinuses are helpful for both acute and chronic sinusitis.

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  • Antibiotic medications are used to treat acute sinusitis.

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  • Acetaminophen (Tylenol) and ibuprofen (Motrin, Advil) can decrease the pain and headache associated with sinusitis.

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  • If an anatomic reason is found for chronic sinusitis, it may need to be corrected with surgery.

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  • Fungal sinusitis requires surgery to clean out the sinuses.

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  • Some practitioners believe that chronic sinusitis is associated with food allergies.

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  • While linking chronic sinusitis to food is widely considered controversial, many practitioners link the problem to aero-allergies.

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  • Irrigating the sinuses with a salt-water solution is thus recommended for sinusitis and allergies, in order to clear the nasal passages of mucus.

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  • Homeopathic practitioners find a number of remedies useful for treating sinusitis.

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  • Acupuncture has been used to treat sinusitis, as have a variety of dietary supplements, including vitamins A, C, and E, and the mineral zinc.

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  • Fungal sinusitis, however, has a relatively high death rate.

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  • Hib is the second most common cause of middle ear infection and sinusitis in children.

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  • The symptoms of sinusitis include fever, pain, bad breath, and coughing.

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  • Once asthma is present, symptoms can be triggered or made worse if the child also has rhinitis (inflammation of the lining of the nose) or sinusitis.

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  • Eucalyptus has many qualities including the ability to relieve asthma, coughs, sinusitis, pneumonia and bronchitis.

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