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Clinical features

Last reviewed dd mmm yyyy. Last edited dd mmm yyyy

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Important clinical features of acute frontal sinusitis are:

  • frontal headaches - often severe and worst on waking
  • tenderness over the roof of the orbit - elicited by gentle percussion
  • oedema of the upper eyelid - not uncommon

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