The Prevention and Treatment of Sinusitis
Sinusitis may result from a viral, bacterial, or fungal infection. The most common precursor to sinusitis is a viral upper respiratory tract infection. The development of sinusitis occurs most frequently from some type of obstruction. When an obstruction of any kind occurs, the mucous that contains the pathogens is not removed quickly enough to keep an infection from occurring. Viral infections also increase the amount of mucous in the sinuses.
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