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What is a Sinus Cyst?

Description of the Disease

A sinus cyst, also known as a sinus cyst, is a fluid-filled cavity that forms in the sinuses of the face. Cysts can arise for various reasons and are often harmless, but sometimes can cause discomfort and require treatment.


  • Maxillary sinus cyst
  • Mandibular sinus cyst
  • Osteoma
  • Mucocel


Symptoms of a sinus cyst may include headaches, nasal congestion, loss of smell, pressure, or pain in the facial area.


Sinus cysts can occur due to sinus inflammation, trauma, infection, as well as genetic factors.


Methods such as X-ray, CT scan, and endoscopy are used to diagnose sinus cysts.


Treatment of a sinus cyst may include observation, taking anti-inflammatory drugs, endoscopic cyst removal, surgical removal.


Prevention of sinus cysts may include avoiding sinus trauma, timely treatment of sinus infections, as well as adhering to proper sinus cleansing methods.


Treatment of a sinus cyst should be carried out under the supervision of an otolaryngologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.