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Maxillary sinus infection

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Maxillary sinus infection as a Disease

Maxillary sinus infection: Type of or association with medical condition Sinusitis.
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Maxillary sinus infection: Related Diseases

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Maxillary sinus infection as a subtype of Sinusitis

Sinusitis (medical condition): Sinusitis is an inflammation of the paranasal sinuses.

Sinusitis (medical condition): Sinusitis is any infection or inflammation of the sinus cavities behind the nose and eyes. It is very common with an estimated 37 million cases annually in the USA. Symptoms vary according to which sinus cavity is infected; some are similar to cold or flu but other infections are not. Some sinus infections may also occur as a complication of a cold or flu. There may be various other underlying conditions causing sinusitis such as allergies, hay fever, or asthma.

Sinusitis: Sinusitis simply means your sinuses are infected or inflamed, but this gives little... (Source: excerpt from Sinusitis, NIAID Fact Sheet: NIAID)

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