I’m reporting on a incidental finding in a sinus. I took this CT as a part of a routine examination of the implants. I didn’t place any of the implants. Patient has no symptoms in sinus. I’m just curious as to how the excess bone formed in the sinus. May be the previous dentist placed bone graft material while doing internal sinus lift and the graft material got into sinus through perforation in the membrane? This may explain the inflamed sinus membrane. What do you think?
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