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What are the differences between sinusitis, eosinophilia and bronchitis?

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Dr. HARRY OPSIMOS
Pediatrics - Pulmonology

In brief: Different entities

Sinusitis: inflammation (+/- infection) of the sinsuses.
Eosinophilia: elevated levels of a specific type of cell in the blood. Bronchitis: inflammation (+/-infection) of the bronchi, the larger air tubes in the lungs.

In brief: Different entities

Sinusitis: inflammation (+/- infection) of the sinsuses.
Eosinophilia: elevated levels of a specific type of cell in the blood. Bronchitis: inflammation (+/-infection) of the bronchi, the larger air tubes in the lungs.
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