Why is sinus called sinus?
1) Because if you spell sinus backwards, it becomes sinus which in latern means inter galctual head smetis.
2) According to my knowledge, the 'sinus' was originally called the 'inf-inf' based on its anatomical root, however as medicine evolved, it led to many misdiagnosed cases of speech impairments and hours of unnecessary therapy for sick patients who would visit the town doctor or shaoman and seek treatment for their inf-inf infection. Once this complication was recognized, it was renamed to avoid future confusion using the name of the discovering doctor, Mr. Sinus Smetis.
A sinus infection, or sinusitis.
Sinus headaches can be saused by a sinus congestion and inflammation, called sinusitis. Sinusitis is caused by either a respiratory infection or allergies.
When the heart is functioning properly the sinus node controls the firing of action potential that contract the heart. When the sinus node dominates the heart will contract in a synchronized and effective rhythm This is called sinus rhythm.
There are people who say sinus doctor when they see a doctor treating a sinus patient, but I wouldn't say a sinus doctor, because a doctor who treat sinus patients also treat general ear, nose, and throat problems. Allergy doctors called as an allergist or an immunologist; these doctors can treat a sinus patient too.
It's called the subcapsular sinus
The paranasal sinus is behind your nose and cheeks. http://www.cancerbackup.org.uk/Cancertype/Headneck/Typesofheadneckcancers/Paranasalsinuscancer The medical term for it is called the maxillae
normal sinus rhythm (NSR)
This is called nasal irrigation.
Mucosal thickening in the sinus cavity is commonly called sinusitis. It is most often caused by a viral infection and is treated with antibiotics.
maxilla is the bone in the skull formed by the fusion of two bones called maxillae, when this maxilla articulates with the other bones in the skull , a space is created called the maxillary sinus , these are two in number one on each side left and right. there are other sinuses present in skull also like ethmoid sinus, sphenoid sinus, etc.
A normal EKG is usually called Sinus Rhythm.
SA node (Sinus Node)
What is the modified cardiac muscle cells in right atrium producing regular electrical impulses called?
The sinoatrial node (also called the sinus node) is the impulse generating (pacemaker) tissue located in the right atrium of the heart, and thus the generator of sinus rhythm.
That structure is called as falx cerebri. You have superior sagittal sinus above and inferior sagittal sinus running below the same.
Sinus that cause pain is called sinusitis. Normally it occur in the maxillary sinus (your cheekbone). there are many other sinus on the skull but this is the one that usually inflamed due to its opening which is higher up at the medial nasal turbine. http://www.answers.com/topic/sinusitis * Sinuses aren't supposed to cause you pain, even when they're pressed on. If they hurt when you press on them (or worse) when you don't, it could be… Read More
paranasal sinus include frontal sinus, the maxillary sinus, the ethmodial sinuses, and the spheniodal sinus.
In health, be sure you are talking about the correct "sinus" The heart has a sinus, so please be specific about which sinus you are referring to.
lateral irontal sinus/ medial irontal sinus/ rostral frontal sinus
Thrombosis: Blood clot Sinus: A sack/avity in an organ or tissue deep sinus thrombosis: a deep bloodclot in a sinus...
Sick sinus syndrome is a disorder of the sinus node of the heart, which regulates heartbeat. With sick sinus syndrome, the sinus node fails to signal properly, resulting in changes in the heart rate.
Try to irrigate your nasal sinus with Sinus Rinse.
Frontal sinus, maxillary sinus, ethomoidal sinuses and the sphenoidal sinus
The maxillary sinus
The plural of sinus is sinuses.
The plural of sinus is sinuses.
If your sinus are not in bad inflammation, than headache is not present. Try this: http://lnk.co/GS7RI I solve my sinus and headache problems with this remedy.
If you have chronic sinus for many months,your sinus infection spreads to eustachian tube.When you have the infection in eustachian tube,then obviously you will get ear pain.For chronic sinus,better you get surgery(Functional Endoscopic sinus surgey).
Use sinus rinse
Strep gets into your sinus passages through your nostril. It travels up the nose to the sinus cavities.
The dural venous sinus that contains arachnoid granulations is superior saggital sinus.
Sinus pain and thick mucus is an indicator of a sinus infection. You will need to visit your doctor for antibiotics.
What does it mean to have opacification of the right maxillary sinus with mucoperiosteal thickening?
opacification of the right maxillary with sinus paranasal sinus disease mean
Take sinus relief medication
Sinus infections are not contagious.
Sinus nodes (sa nodes)
Answering "Can you take Tylenol sinus with ibuprofen?" Answering "Can you take Tylenol sinus with ibuprofen?" Yes, infact Ibuprofen and pseudoephedrine (the medical ingredient in Tylenol sinus) are often used together in medicine such as Advil cold & sinus, Children's Motrin, and others.
Veins that draw blood from the brain are called dural venous sinuses. They receive oxygen-poor blood from the brain and pass it on to either the sigmoid sinus or the inferior petrosal sinus, which then pass the blood to the internal jugular vein, in the neck.
Sinus activiy is really not recorded on the ECG(EKG) only the atria's response to it. Hence, Sinus Arrest and Sinus Exit Block are determined on the basis of what we can see. The absense of the P wave and it's recurance at the next expected intereval is considered a Sinus Exit Block; meaning the sinus node did its job, but the impluse was blocked form the rest of the atria. The mechanism of such blocking… Read More
The Internal Jugular drains the brain via the collection of blood from the superior sagittal sinus, inferior sagittal sinus, straight sinus, right transverse sinus, sigmoid sinus, and cavernous sinus (to name a few). ....The other jugular.... The External Jugular drains the occipital, facial (also drained by internal jugular), maxillary, and temporal veins.
It is mucus, just like in the nose, sinus passages are in the eye and can sometimes secrete mucus.
Absolutely. I had a ct scan of sinuses recently and only 1 maxillary sinus is infected.
Sinus bradycardia is basically a decreased heart rate. It originates from the sinus node and will be under 60 beats per minute.
Yes, sinus headaches can give you nausea. If you have had sinus headaches in the past without nausea or this headache also has thick green or yellow mucus possibly tinged with red blood coming from your sinuses, you should call your doctor, as it could be a sinus infection. The treatment for sinus headaches/sinus infections can also cause nausea. Your doctor can give you something for the nausea too. So the medications for the sinus… Read More
The natural pacemaker of the heart is called the sinus node. This is made up of a cluster of cells that are in the upper right part of the wall of the right atrium.
yes it can be used for sinus infection
ciprofloxacin for sinus infections
maxillary bone contains a sinus