This week is a case of calcifications in the maxillary sinus commonly referred to as antroliths. This case is a CBCT case seen as multiple well-defined radiopaque entities near the floor of the right maxillary sinus. If you have any questions or comment, please leave them below. Thanks and enjoy!
This weeks case has a few things going on in one of the maxillary sinuses. There are three different findings in the left maxillary sinus: an antrolith, sinusitis, and a maxillary sinus septum. An antrolith is a calcification within the maxillary sinuses. Sinusitis is thickening of the soft tissue of […]