The swelling of the tissues that line the sinus is called Sinusitis. Because they are blocked with fluids, it leads to infection and respiratory problems. Common symptoms of sinus include prolonged cold that doesn't seem to go away, thick mucus or green coloured mucus discharge for more than a week, blocked nose with trouble in breathing, headaches and also light fever.
HOW IS SINUSITIS DIAGNOSED?
The ENT specialist conducts a physical examination and a nasal endoscopy to check the nasal and sinus areas.
HOW IS SINUSITIS TREATED?
Antibiotics, pain remedies and surgery are the common way to treat Sinusitis.
DID YOU KNOW?
Sinusitis combined with other nasal complications may require surgery