Nose, Sinuses & Facial Pain

SinusitisSinusitis refers to inflammation within the air pockets we have in our face and front of head. It can be an acute infection or a chronic condition.
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Rhinitis & Runny Nose (Rhinorhea)
When the lining of the nose becomes inflamed (rhinitis), it can produce excess mucus, sometimes in copious quantities.
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Hayfever & Allergies
A common cause of nasal problems is allergies to inhaled particles, such as pollen (hayfever) or other airborne allergens.
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Facial Pain
Facial pain,if severe, can be disabling. It is frequently misdiagnosed as ‘sinus’ in origin due to its distribution but often not actually related.
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Nasal Polyps
Nasal polyps occur as part of rhinosinusitis. They may shrink with steroid sprays but sometimes a procedure is required to remove them.
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Anosmia, Loss of Smell or Hyposmia
Loss of sense of smell is often due to nasal blockage but can occur following head injury, viral infection or, rarely, as a consequence of a tumour.
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Nasal Obstruction and Septoplasty
A nasal obstruction results if the cartilaginous nasal partition (septum) is bent to one side. This often occurs following trauma to the nose.
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