A patient presents to the clinic with symptoms of chronic sinusitis. Which of the following is unrelated to sinusitis?


•Sinusitis is the inflammation of the lining of the sinus cavities that can be acute or chronic. Inflammation can be caused by viral or bacterial infections.

•Headaches associated with sinusitis are generally worse in the morning and after sleep.

•Other symptoms of sinusitis include purulent nasal discharge, stuffiness, cough, and loss of smell.

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