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Acute sinusitis is not going away. Why?
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Dr. John Overholt
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
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In brief: Possibilities
It might not be sinusitis at all, or if it is you might have a blockage of your sinus drainage pathway.
A ct of the sinuses can answer these questions and is generally the first step in answering your question. Other possibilities include allergies, antibiotic-resistant bacteria and, rarely, antibody deficiency.

In brief: Possibilities
It might not be sinusitis at all, or if it is you might have a blockage of your sinus drainage pathway.
A ct of the sinuses can answer these questions and is generally the first step in answering your question. Other possibilities include allergies, antibiotic-resistant bacteria and, rarely, antibody deficiency.
Dr. John Overholt
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