Hypoplastic Frontal Sinus?

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The paranasal sinuses are located in the face, close to the nose. These air-filled pockets, which are all connected to the nose, are responsible for producing mucus for moisturization. There are four types of sinuses: the maxillary (in the cheeks), the ethmoid (next to the nose), the sphenoid (behind the ethmoid), and the frontal (in the forehead). When a frontal sinus is diagnosed as hypoplastic, this means it is underdeveloped. In many cases, this condition can lead to frequent blockages followed by sinus headaches.
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