An Innovative Treatment for Chronic Sinusitis

About the Condition: A sinus infection, also called sinusitis, is defined as inflammation of the soft tissues that line the sinuses. A short-term or acute sinus infection can occur after a cold, an allergy attack, or from pollutants in the environment. A long-term sinus infection, called chronic sinusitis or chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS), is one that lasts longer than 12 weeks. Symptoms include sinus congestion, yellow or discolored discharge, and sinus pressure with facial pain or headaches. Chronic sinusitis is an inflammatory disease that can reduce your quality of life and make you constantly tired.

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Last update: 1 October 2009

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