Sinusitis Radiological Photos
Sinusitis is an inflammation of the sinuses. The sinuses are air-filled spaces in the region of the eyes, forehead and the cheeks region. The sinuses produce mucus that is drained into the nose through small channels.

Sinusitis denotes an infection that may be caused by virus, bacteria or fungus. High temperature, running nose, blocked nose and pain over the infected sinus region often characterize this condition.

Sinusitis photos are pictures of the sinuses taken with the help of diagnostic tests such as MRI, CT scan or X-Ray. The reports of these tests show images of the infected sinus. These images are indispensable to a proper treatment of this condition.

Sinusitis photos help doctors identify the infected sinus region, determine the nature and severity of the infection and commence on a treatment plan. Subsequent tests are used to reveal the effectiveness of the treatment plan and to make necessary changes if required.

In severe cases, the examining doctor may wish to perform endoscopic sinus surgery to restore proper sinus ventilation. In such instances also, sinusitis photos are very useful. These pictures and images of the infected region enable doctors to decide about the need for surgery and pin point the area where the procedure should be performed.

Post-surgery, the follow up radiological pictures may be used to observe if the surgery has been performed accurately and if the underlying problem has been resolved or not.

Sinusitis photos, are thus, very crucial in proper diagnosis and treatment of sinusitis. By showing clear pictures of the infected region, they enable doctors to decide about the kind of treatment that should be administered in a particular case. These images made possible by MRI, CT scans and X-Ray have completely revolutionized the traditional methods of sinusitis treatment.