A 31-year-old male asked:
Mri brain came back normal but have mucosal thinkening and polyps what's that mean ? tumors ? cancer ?
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Hospital-based practice 21 years experience
Sinusitis - repeated: Mucosal thickening (of layer covering the sinuses) & sinus polyps may point to multiple attacks of sinusitis. Sinus polyps, in particular, point to allergic sinusitis. (Are you allergic to many things? Aspirin?). Unless the polyps block the sinus passages, little is done for them. Without symptoms, not much to do aside from treat allergies. It's a complex situation - use Healthtap Prime to discuss
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Last updated Jan 9, 2017
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