Sinusitis is one of the most common medical problems affecting approximately 30% of the population at some point.

Acute sinusitis commonly follows a cold and typically lasts for up to three weeks.

After three weeks it becomes defined as a chronic sinusitis and may become much more difficult to treat.



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