Acute maxillary sinusitis in children.

  title={Acute maxillary sinusitis in children.},
  author={Ellen R. Wald and Gregory J Milmoe and A. Bowen and Jocyline Ledesma-Medina and N Salamon and Charles D. Bluestone},
  journal={The New England journal of medicine},
  volume={304 13},
We sought to correlate the clinical, radiographic, and bacteriologic findings in maxillary sinusitis in 30 children who had both upper-respiratory-tract symptoms and abnormal maxillary radiographs. Cough, nasal discharge, and fetid breath were the most common signs, but fever was present inconsistently. Facial pain or swelling and headache were prominent… CONTINUE READING