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What Is Chronic Sinusitis, and How Is it Treated?

TUESDAY, Feb. 27, 2024 (HealthDay News) -- Stuffy, sneezing, miserable: folks plagued by chronic sinusitis know the feeling all too well.

Experts at University of Cincinnati Health say it's also an all-too-common affliction, affecting an estimated 14.6% of Americans.

What is chronic sinusitis?

The sinuses are air-filled spaces in the skull at the back of the face, and they rely on mucus to stay moist and clean. However, bacterial infections, exposure to irritants (smoke, pollen, chemical fumes), asthma, a deviated septum, allergies and immunological disorders can all irritate and inflame the mucosa and also harm the tiny hair-like cilia that cover it.

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