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|FIGURE 1. Allergic shiners in a child with acute bacterial sinusitis.|
Allergy is a risk factor for the development of acute bacterial sinusitis.
|FIGURE 2. Periorbital erythema and swelling in a 1-year-old child|
with pansinusitis and left orbital abscess.
|FIGURE 3. Periorbital swelling in a 12-year-old boy with left orbital|
cellulitis as a complication of acute bacterial sinusitis.
|FIGURE 4. Opacification of the left ethmoidal and maxillary sinuses|
in a 5-year-old boy with acute bacterial sinusitis. Note the air fluid level in
the left maxillary sinus.
|FIGURE 5. Opacification of the ethmoidal and sphenoid sinuses in|
a 16-year-old boy with acute bacterial sinusitis.
|FIGURE 6. Opacification of the left ethmoidal and maxillary sinuses|
in a young girl who developed orbital cellulitis as a complication of acute
|FIGURE 7. Air fluid level in left frontal sinus and proptosis of the|
frontal bone in an adolescent who developed Pott’s puffy tumor and a
subdural empyema from acute bacterial sinusitis.
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