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frontal

1. of or relating to the forehead
2. of or relating to the anterior part of a body or organ
3. Meteorol of, relating to, or resulting from a front or its passage
4. a decorative hanging for the front of an altar

frontal

frontal
The textile or panels which form the decorative front of an altar.
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Surgical management of chronic frontal sinusitis in Konkrej bullocks.
In this case report, we aimed to present the clinical features of a patient who had bilateral isolated sinocutaneous (eyelid) fistula for eight years, which is a rare complication of frontal sinusitis.
If this is suspected, contrast-enhanced CT or MRI should be performed to look for frontal sinusitis, signs of osteomyelitis and any intracranial complications (Fig.
This report emphasizes the importance of early diagnosis and management of the intracranial complications of frontal sinusitis.
Complications of frontal sinusitis in adolescents: case presentations and treatment options.
and may lead to frontal sinusitis and sometimes myiasis if untreated.
Therefore, identification of this variation is important in diagnosis and treatment of recurrent or chronic frontal sinusitis.
A 47-year-old man was referred because of a 2-year history of recurring frontal pain with intermittent frontal sinusitis treated medically on numerous occasions.
Frontal sinusitis is usually associated with dehorning and maxillary sinusitis with infected teeth (Campbell, 2015).
Of 339 patients, the primary diagnosed diseases along with their co-existent conditions were 66 Deviated Nasal Septum (DNS), 54 maxillary sinusitis, 47 ethmoid sinusitis, 44 Inferior Turbinate Hypertrophy (ITH), 35 maxillary sinus-mucosal hypertrophy, 28 frontal sinusitis, 20 ethmoidal polyp, 14 antrochoanal polyp, 12 nasal mass, 9 nasopharyngeal mass, 5 concha bullosa, 3 pansinusitis and 2 sphenoid sinusitis (Fig.
In 1750, Runge (1) first described the use of FST in treating complications of acute frontal sinusitis, and its applications have expanded over time.