Can Sinusitis Cause Tinnitus?

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Definition

Chronic sinusitis is inflammation of the air-filled spaces (sinuses) behind the forehead, cheeks, and eyes, which continues for a long time or keeps coming back.

See also: Sinusitis


Alternative Names

Chronic sinus infection; Chronic sinusitis


Causes, incidence, and risk factors

The sinuses are openings in the bones around the nose. Four pairs of sinuses connect to small openings in the nose area. Normally, air passes in and out of the sinuses, and mucus...

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