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Sinus infection without runny nose or drainage, is this normal?

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Dr. Michael Underbrink
ENT and Head and Neck Surgery 22 years experience
Unusual: An acute sinusitis is usually accompanied by drainage and sinus pressure or pain. Chronic infections may be unaccompanied by drainage and just have sinus pressure/pain.

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Last updated Nov 18, 2020

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