If sinus CT says, both sinus are patent, what does the word patent means pls, my symptoms are nasal congestion, dryness, and trouble vid nasal breathin?

Patent = Open. In the context of you sinus ct - patent means that your sinuses are open and unobstructed (thats normal). In regards to your symptoms, you should have a discussion with your ENT doctor regarding why you are having difficulty with nasal breathing and nasal congestion.
Open. Patent means open. So it sounds like you sinuses are clear on the ct scan.

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4 courses abx 4 sinus inf: 1 yr. Neg sinus CT in feb. Frequent nasal congestion/facial pain. Sprays/decong cause nosebleeds. Sinus surgery an option,?

Possible. Depending on the anatomic predisposition to the recurrent sinus infection. Hopeful your ENT will review the CT scan with you. Read more...
Allergies? Have you been tested for allergies? Sometimes these will cause recurrent nasal congestion and pressure. If allergy tests negative, you may benefit from sinus surgery to open things up. Try using saline nasal spray or wash using a neti pot. Good luck! Read more...
Not an option. Recurrent sinusitis is common, mostly viral in origin and not an indication for surgery. Antibiotics won't help. CT scans are abnormal in 90% of patients with true chronic sinusitis. Evidence suggests that nasal lavage can help reduce symptoms of acute sinusitis. Consult with your physician to see if an allergy to dust mites, pollen or other allergy is contributing to your symptoms. Read more...
ENT doc. See the sinus specialist - ENT doc, for proper assessment/recommendations. Read more...
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