Signs of genyantritis


Sinusitis is an inflammation of the mucosathe maxillary sinus. It is from the name of this sinus (in medicine - gaymorov) and the name of the disease itself, so often occurring at the present time, occurs. These sinuses are small cavities that are connected to the nasal cavity.

When bacteria or viruses penetratedirectly into the maxillary sinus either with blood, or through the nasal cavity, they cause inflammation. It can be concluded that the main cause of its occurrence is infection.

As a rule, signs of genyantritis and its symptomsare quite diverse. They depend on one form or another of the disease. Although there are general symptoms. These include a permanent lining of the nose, which causes a loss of smell and a change in voice. In this case, the runny nose lasts for more than four weeks.

In addition, there is a headache,malaise, fever, often - chills and worsening of overall health. There is also pain and tension in the sinuses, which leads to difficulty in nasal breathing. From the nose there are discharge mucous or purulent-mucous (usually green or yellow).

Basically the area of ​​pain localization -it's the forehead, the temple or the whole half of the face. Also, the nature of pain may well be vague and vague. Less common is swelling on the eyelid or cheek. Over time, the voice becomes nasal.

In an acute form of the disease, signs of genyantritisdo not differ from the general, but they also add a complete lack of appetite. In the case where there is inflammation of the sinuses on both sides, the sense of smell is significantly reduced. In addition, the mouth feels dry, and in the ears there are unpleasant sensations.

When pressing on the cheeks directly in the areasinus there is a sharp pain. Although they are already aching, even without the use of physical influence. When the head is tilted forward, the pain can be felt more sharply. This form of ailment generally lasts no more than two weeks. And if no measures for treatment are taken, then the sinusitis easily enough passes into a chronic form.

Signs of sinusitis, which has passed into a chronicform of the disease, characterized by abundant discharge from the nose, which do not pass at all. There is the occurrence of headaches of a different nature. Sometimes the sense of smell can be lost completely, and in some cases, hearing.

In this case, unpleasant symptoms from time to timethey retreat slightly, and the condition improves somewhat. Although after a while the aggravation occurs again, and the condition only becomes worse. If the chronic form lasts a long time, then often in the cheek area, the skin on the face can swell somewhat. This indicates that the sinusitis has complications on the tissues (nearby).

Sinusitis, the signs of which are different, verya dangerous disease. His classic symptom is a headache, the occurrence of which is associated with the accumulation of pus in the inflamed sinus. Her character is pressing. When lifting the eyelids or when pressing on the area under the eyes, it only increases. And relief comes in the supine position, because then pus comes out of the affected sinus.

The doctor can determine the genyantritis afterimplementation of inspection. For this, an expander is inserted into the nose, and the specialist visually inspects each of the nostrils. Although the exact diagnosis can only be said after X-rays. In the picture, if the genyantritis is still there, it will look like a white, opaque area between the upper jaw and the eyes.

Symptoms of sinusitis can also be determined andyourself. It is required to get up and lean forward slowly enough. At a genyantritis the pain in the area of ​​a forehead of pulling character, and also in the field of gimor's sinuses is felt. It happens that the roots of the upper teeth are very close to the maxillary sinuses. In this case, the patient is concerned about the constant sensation of pain in the entire upper jaw.

When there is sinusitis (symptoms), treatmentshould be carried out immediately, because the very first manifestations of this ailment must be alerted and forced to turn to a specialist. He will already prescribe one of the following treatment methods. It can be as a usual washing of a nose, and medicamental, and sometimes and surgical treatment.