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Bilateral maxillary sinus
Hi i was having pain in nose, front thooth, redness of eye. I went for xray and the report says : MILD DEVIATION OF NASAL SEPTUM WITH BILATERAL MAXILLARY SINUSITIS. I am also having pain in shoulder blade. If i walk for even 10 mins the pain become sever. Is it related to sinus? N acc to what report says is it serious?
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No idea till I examine you clinically! You need to get a CT scan of your nose and paranasal sinuses to confirm the diagnosis. Many times X-rays have been known to give false positive reports of Maxillary Sinusitis due to multiple superimposition of the various bones of the skull!
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Use this app to find a good ENT Specialist in your city and get that CT scan done and your ENT doctor will do the needful.
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