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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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of Cases % Septal deviation 35 67.3% Osteomeatal complex block 50 96.1% Maxillary sinusitis 50 96.1% Anterior ethmoidal sinusitis 45 86.5% Posterior ethmoidal sinusitis 35 67.3% Sphenoid sinusitis 18 34.6% Frontal sinusitis 22 42.3% Polyposis 22 42.3% 1.
Application of splint saved horn, reduced cost of treatment, avoided stress of dehorning on animal and complications associated with it like tetanus (Karatzias, 1981), cutaneous papillomas (Pulley et al., 1974) and frontal sinusitis (Ward and Rebhun, 1992).
In the CT scan, frontal sinusitis was radiologically accepted to be of a minimum of 3 mm thickness in sinus ostium or the nasal lateral walls.
Keywords: Pott's puffy tumour, frontal sinusitis, osteomyelitis, antibacterial agents, nasal surgical procedures
Kapsalaki et al., "Epidural intracranial abscess as a complication of frontal sinusitis: case report and review of the literature," Southern Medical Journal, vol.
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.
These occur most often after frontal sinusitis, with sphenoid sinusitis being next in frequency.
Maxillary, ethmoid, and frontal sinusitis was present.
Subjects with evidence of isolated frontal, ethmoid, or ethmoid and frontal sinusitis were excluded.
Frontal sinusitis seems to represent a different disease process because of the anatomy of drainage from the frontal sinuses.
The horn fracture occurs usually as a result of trauma due to fighting with other animals, automobile accident or falling leading (Tyagi et al., 2015) to frontal sinusitis or maggot infestation, if treatment is not undertaken timely.
Therefore, identification of this variation is important in diagnosis and treatment of recurrent or chronic frontal sinusitis.