Acute Sinusitis: Sensitivity and Specificity
Introduction: A bacterial infection of one or multiple of the paranasal sinuses (frontal, maxillary, or ethmoid). The gold standard is typically direct puncture and aspiration of purulent fluid.
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The sensitivity and specificity
of findings for Acute Sinusitis are listed below.
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