A 61-year-old male asked:

Ct scan sinuses. complete opacification left frontal sinus and its drainage pathway. no air-fluid levels. moderate anterior left ethmoid sinus opacification mild left maxillary sinus mucosal thickening. could you please explain and how these treated?

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Dr. Ravishankar Konchada
Interventional Radiology 17 years experience
CT scan indicates chronic sinusitis. No air fluid levels mean no acute sinusitis. Please follow up with your ENT surgeon to assess severity of your symptoms and treatment options.
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