Sinusitis and Pharyngitis

  • Richard A. Gleckman

Abstract

Acute sinusitis can be arbitrarily defined as an infection of the sinuses in which the signs and symptoms have been present for less than a month. Usually multiple sinuses are infected simultaneously. Isolated maxillary sinusitis necessitates a search for an infected tooth.

Keywords

Sore Throat Rheumatic Fever Yersinia Enterocolitica Acute Sinusitis Streptococcal Pharyngitis 
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