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Normal variant : When your sinuses form they are typically filled with air and are lined with mucosa. Frontal sinuses, as well as, others may not form or they form incompletely. Aplastic is a term that describes an underdeveloped structure. ...Read more
In anatomy, a sinus is a cavity within a bone or other tissue. Most commonly found in the bones of the face and connecting with the nasal cavities. Sinus (anatomy), description of the general term paranasal sinuses, air cavities in the cranial bones, especially those near the nose, including: the maxillary sinuses, also called the maxillary antra and the largest of the ...Read more
I have had a CT scan & it shows a 10.5 cm retention cyst in my left frontal sinus. I have vertigo & headaches. How is this treated?
I had a CT scan which identified a nasal polyp on both sides and in the left frontal sinus. It's size is 22mm. How long can I wait with the surgery?
Can't examine you: Can't see your scan. Ask the professionals that know you best, your PCP or your ENT Specialist. Know that the longer you wait, the larger the neoplasm grows, the more it will erode surrounding tissues, the longer and harder the surgery and the post surgical recovery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not quite: The CT of the sinuses focuses in on the sinuses (though the radiation goes through the entire skull) and generally covers the entire set of sinuses (sphenoid, maxillary, frontal, ethmoid). The orbital CT will cover the eye sockets (and those pictures are zoomed in). While the sinuses lies behind the eyes (& so they overlap), the focus & coverage of these scans are slightly different. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sinus CT: Sinus CTs take a couple of minutes to do. Most are done without contrast so you do not need an IV unless your doctor is looking for an enhancing mass, which I doubt in your case. You just need to hold still and do not move through the scanner ( which is shaped like a doughnut). Good luck and feel better! ...Read more
Sinus CT scan: A sinus ct (also called "cat" scan) is a quick and painless way of making high-resolution x-ray images of your sinus cavities. Doctors order this if they suspect sinus inflammation/infection or possible masses causing nasal or facial symptoms such as nasal blockage, bleeding, pain or discharge. Radiation is involved, so frequent exams are not recommended. www.mainlineent.com. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Super bad sinus pain and sinus CT "showed nothing" how an this be! And why am I still having pain?
Look for other cause: Problem for otolaryngologists are patients who present with recurrent, persistent sinus pain out of proportion to findings on physical exam.Patients experienced documented acute sinusitis in past often present new similar symptoms, lack objective evidence of new active sinus infection.These patients may or may not be experiencing an upper respiratory tract infection/nasal drip.Remain vigilant. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What to do if I had a sinus CT scan. I have received the report. can anyone help me understand the findings?
CT: You can speak with your doctor about the results. If you have a specific question, you can post it on HealthTap. Or, you can send a message to a HealthTap doc for more detail. ...Read more
Ct scan shows as 'bilateral fronto ethimoid and maxillary sinus ' how it can be cured thru medicine or by operating?
Try medicine first: This ct shows probable infection in the sinuses (i say "probable" because you didn't include the whole report). This can usually be treated with medicines- antibiotics before you would consider surgery. You should see your primary doctor for help with this, and then an ENT doctor if medicine is not helping. ...Read more
Sinus dx nl ct: It is hard to have sinus disease with a normal cat scan. You may have gotten a reading of benign findings. Basically this means it is negative for any masses or lesions. When you have a negative cr scan and nasal issues it is time to look elsewhere for abnormalities. I would check your allergies see an ENT or allergist and get worked up for this. Good luck and feel better! ...Read more
It means: that there are no significant abnormalities, the scan is essentially normal. ...Read more
My 6 year old son's CT Scan results indicates there is fluid level within Maxillary Sinus. What does fluid level mean? Thank you.
What does this mean, results from my CT SCAN - The right maxillary sinus demonstrates mild frothy secretions dependently. The right maxillary sinus o?
Nothing without Sx.: To discuss your CT scan findings, we need to know 1) your symptoms & 2) working diagnoses. The doctor who ordered the CT scan knows both. Use Prime if you want to discuss on HealthTap. Literally: the "maxillary sinus" is the air space beneath the cheekbone. "Frothy" refers to air bubbles in a fluid (mucus), seen in the lower (gravity-"dependent") portions of the sinus. Sinuses normally make mucus. ...Read more
I was told after a ct scan that I have a underdeveloped sphenoid sinus. I dont see my dr until next week. How common is this & what r the complication?
It is relatively: common to have developmental variations of one or more of the sinuses. Usually there is no clinical significance. It may be important to a surgeon if there is a need for surgery in the region. There is some association of sinus hypoplasia with cystic fibrosis and other skeletal anomalies, but more than likely it is just an incidental finding. ...Read more
Ct uses xrays taken an 360 degrees combined with a computer to see"inside" the body. The table moves as the xray tube and detectors spin around the patient 10 times a second or more! the image shows excellent soft tissue detail, enhanced with injection of intravenous contrast or oral contrast. This way the body is shown in slices, in any plane, usually axially, but ...Read more