What does that mean? Is there a tumor in the paranasal sinus? Is it cancer?
The cranial MRI you did suggested that the mucosa of the paranasal sinus was thickened. His final conclusion was paranasal sinusitis. Of course, this is not a tumor of the paranasal sinus or cancer. You must have thought too much. Do you have any symptoms of rhinitis, nasal congestion, headache, dizziness and other uncomfortable symptoms
The report suggests that there are inflammatory manifestations. It is suggested that you can timely combine the opinions of Otorhinolaryngology specialists. If there is sinusitis, you can take some Biyankang and other drugs appropriately. Pay attention to improving your immunity in daily life and avoid catching a cold!
Hello, does the patient have any uncomfortable symptoms now? The mucous membrane of paranasal sinus is thickened and shows long t1t2 signal change. It is a kind of tissue inflammatory signal change, not a tumor or cancer in paranasal sinus. If there are no uncomfortable symptoms, there is no need for special treatment.