Frontal sinus aplasia

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What is frontal sinus aplasia?

Frontal sinus aplasia is the absence or incomplete development of the frontal sinus. The frontal sinuses are air-filled cavities located at the lower midline of the forehead, at the top of the bridge of the nose.

Common symptoms reported by people with frontal sinus aplasia

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Treatments taken by people with frontal sinus aplasia

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Who has frontal sinus aplasia on PatientsLikeMe?


Age
Age Proportion # of patients
<20 1
20s 7
30s 16
40s 18
50s 12
60s 10
70+ 3
Age at first symptom
Age at first symptom Proportion # of patients
0-19 years 7
20-29 years 1
30-39 years 0
40-49 years 2
50-59 years 2
60-69 years 0
70+ years 0

Sex

Distribution of sex

87% Female
13% Male

Diagnosis status
Diagnosis status Proportion # of patients
Diagnosed 22
Not Diagnosed 1

These charts show data from frontal sinus aplasia patients who have completed their condition history
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