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Causes of Sinusitis

On either side of your nasal cavity are large sinuses followed by a row of small sinuses behind the bridge of the nose. When you get sinusitis, these large sinuses inflame and get infected due to bacterial, viral or fungal action. There can also be non-infectious inflammation in the sinuses that can be acute or chronic depending on the duration.

The risk of getting sinusitis is increased in patients who have immunity issues. For instance, patients with diabetes, cystic fibrosis, AIDS etc. are at a higher risk compared to others. There are also people born with a malformed septum, who can get sinusitis.

The infections in the sinus can be caused due to many reasons such as these:

 

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