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What are risk factors for chronic rhinosinusitis?
Nasal allergy, dental infection, septal deformity, nasal polyps (65% have chronic sinusitis)
What are some symptoms of chronic rhinosinusitis?
What will you find on examination of a patient?
Mucopus, pyrexia, tenderness over antrum and on percussion of upper teeth
What is this?
Allergic rhinitis; pale blueish edematous turbinates covered with a thin film of mucous
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