Noun(1) an abnormal passage leading from a suppurating cavity to the body surface(2) any of various air-filled cavities especially in the bones of the skull(3) a wide channel containing blood; does not have the coating of an ordinary blood vessel
(1) Pneumonia, bronchitis, and sinus and ear infections are three examples of complications from flu.(2) A normal heart rhythm is one in which each heartbeat originates in the sinus node and proceeds normally through the rest of the body's electric conduction system.(3) The sinus node can increase your heart rate during times of high demand, such as during exercise.(4) Electrodes positioned at various sites in the heart can give only limited data about intracardiac conduction during sinus rhythm at rest.(5) sinus rhythm(6) sinus tachycardia(7) Although this medicine has been used to treat heart failure for more than 200 years, its role in patients with congestive heart failure and sinus rhythm is still debatable.(8) Sinus dysrhythmia refers to a malfunction of the sinus node, the heart's natural pacemaker.(9) During a physical examination, your doctor may feel for tenderness in the area of the sinuses and examine your nasal passages looking for inflammation, secretions or deformities.(10) The paranasal sinuses are a common infection site in children and adolescents.(11) Common wood dust produced in sanding furniture and cabinets is associated with increases in cancer of the nasal cavities and sinuses .(12) Sinusitis is when the sinuses get infected or irritated and cannot drain mucus as well as they should.(13) Your sinuses are hollow spaces within the bones of your face, behind and above your nose.(14) The sheep's nasal cavity and sinuses are orientated in a similar fashion to man's.(15) Asthma, allergies, or a chronic infection in the sinuses or breathing passages might also be responsible for long-term coughs.(16) When the linings of your sinuses become infected, usually due to viruses or bacteria, they may swell, causing an obstruction and interfering with the normal drainage of mucus.
(1) frontal sinus :: 前頭洞
1. fistula ::
Different Formssinus, sinuses, sinusitis
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