Benign secondary headaches include headaches associated with the cold, flu, or sinus infections.
First of all, migraines often are misdiagnosed as sinus headaches.
One of the entries reads: “I spoke with a doctor for a long time about my sinus infections.”
A fair number explicitly ask for an antibiotic, to cover the possibility that it is “bronchitis” or a “sinus infection.”
After the lumen of the sinus has been obliterated above and below the injured area, the finger may be removed.
A process of the face, which enters the notch or sinus of the eye.
It came to a sinus cavity or something they said, over the eye.
Again, in others the part in question is received into a sinus of the nose.
The umbilical (abdominal) vein has lost its direct connection with the sinus venosus.
The wound may break down and a sinus may form at the site of the incision.
"hollow curve or cavity in the body," early 15c., from Medieval Latin sinus, from Latin sinus "bend, fold, curve, a bent surface; a bay, bight, gulf; a fold in land;" also "fold of the toga about the breast," hence "bosom," and figuratively "love, affection, intimacy; interior, inmost part;" of unknown origin.
sinus si·nus (sī'nəs)
A depression or cavity formed by a bending or curving.
A channel for the passage of blood or lymph, without the coats of an ordinary vessel, such as the blood passages in the gravid uterus or in the cerebral meninges.
Any of various air-filled cavities in the bones of the skull, especially one communicating with the nostrils.
A dilatation in a blood vessel.
A fistula or tract leading to a pus-filled cavity.