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Anterior Ethmoid Nerve Syndrome
Headache Variant: Anterior ethmoid nerve syndromes is a series of symptoms resulting from irritation of the terminal branches of the anterior ethmoidal nerve. The referred pains arising from this nerve are chiefly of the sinus type but may also take the form of headache, sometimes of a migrainous character.See 1 more doctor answer
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Looking for a California ENT or neurosurgeon who is expert treating anterior ethmoid nerve syndrome (aka sluder's neuralgia, contact headache).?
Mild mucosal thickening is evident in paranasal sinuses it is most marked in anterior ethmoid region, but minor mucosal thickening in all Sinus? Found
Chronic sinusitis: Suggest you consult an Otorhinolarygologist for evaluation. Thanks for trusting HealthTap!
Allergy/infection: Could be allergy and / or infection. Best to see your otlaryngologist for evaluation.
Max ethmoid sinus: Means you have disease in either or both sinuses.
What diffuse disease of the ethmoid cells is agin noted without change probably related to the polyposis means?
Chronic sinusitis: I assume this refers to the radiologist's interpretation of a ct scan of the sinuses. The ethmoid sinuses are located between the eyes and diffuse disease refers to thickening of tissue within the entire sinus. The thickened tissue generally represents chronic sinus infection although polyps can also cause this. The radiologist sees masses in the nose that look like polyps.
Endoscopic surgery: An ethmoid mucocele means there is an air pocket or cell in your ethmoid sinus that is being expanded by mucus, progressively enlarging. It could cause pressure on the orbit, optic nerve, or skull base. To gain access to the ethmoid cavity in endoscopic sinus surgery requires removal of the uncinate, then draining of the mucocele. Instruments are used to grasp and remove diseased tissues.
Between the eyes: The ethmoid sinuses are between the eyes and are commonly the result of viral and or bacterial infections starting in the nose. The answer to your question is the ethmoid sinuses are infected and the lining membrane is thickened. The only method to prove your diagnosis is with a cat scan of the sinuses.
Complex fracture: A nasoorbitoethmoid (noe) fracture is a complex fracture that can involve the medial orbit, tear duct, ethmoid sinus, nasal bone and sometimes the base if the skull. If the fracture is displaced it should be repaired by an experienced oculoplastic or ENT surgeon. Your eyes should be examined to ensure there was no damage to your eye, muscles or tear duct.See 1 more doctor answer
CSF Leak, Meningitis: This is a delicate area and has connections between the nose and the brain meninges which serve as a barrier to outside infections (which can reach there via your nose). Any operation in this area would breaches this barrier. This can sometimes lead to a leak of the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) which can be a conduit for infection of the fluid and meninges (meningitis). But neurosurgeons are careful.
Sphenoid sinusitis: Bear in mind that MRI usually exagerrates the findings on the sinuses and we usually need to get a ct scan of the sinuses. However acute sinusitis involving the sphenoid can involve severe headache, eye pain and even changes in your vision. You should see an ENT doctor right away for treatment which can be either with antibiotics and/or surgery.See 1 more doctor answer
Sinusitis: Hello, sinusitis can be treated in multiple ways. If your symptoms include a fever, head/facial pain, post nasal drainage and congestion, then an antibiotic may be helpful. If your not experiencing these symptoms, then you may have chronic sinusitis and therapy may only need to be symptomatic relief. Check with your ENT doctor for an evaluation if you are concerned.
Depends: Its sounds although you have intractable sinus disease. Given your prior hx: bilateral medial turbinectomies. Resection of medial walls, of both maxillary sinuses, and a partial ethmoidectony; you might need surgical intervention but I would ask your physician.
How high is the risk of losing taste when having an operation in the cribriform plate ethmoid region?
Loss of taste: Please discuss with your Dr who did he surgery. Can be a problem as taste is mostly smelling.
Seen in my MRI result is a 0.5 x 0.5 CM bright t2w signal focus is noted within a left ethmoid air cell. What is it, please?
See your doctor: This problem mandates a real-time (face-to-face) meeting with a doctor. A history has to be taken along with a examination as well as labs and other tests. Only after all this will your doctor be in a position to tell you what's wrong and what needs to be done to help you.See 1 more doctor answer
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