patient with 27 years old having chronic sinus issues.

What is the interpretation?

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There is haziness in the lt maxillary sinus may be due to A. sinusitis B. Polyp C. Malignancy CT may be heplful Maxillary sinus wash then go for HPE.

Thanks Dr Dinesh Gupta
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SUGGESTIVE OF... POLYPOID MASSES DD RETENTION CYSTS ADVISABLE.... C T SCAN H P E RULE OUT MALIGNANT CHANGES...

Definitely swelling in lt maxillary sinus Ref to ent surgeon

Diffrential diagnosis:- Antral polyp Antrolith due to mucous retention or forgein body Mucositis Hpe and sectional cbct will help reach the diagnosis Warm saline rinses SOS

Opacity seen in left maxillary sinus.

There is an impacted tooth likely premolar or molar in the left maxillary sinus Looks like a dentigerous or AOT Do biopsyand surgery under GA

Call a maxillofacial surgeon Not ENT sorry

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