Nasal and paranasal sinuses are known to cause headache pain.

Although there are many causes of headache, nasal and paranasal disease is frequently blamed. Acute nasal and perinasal sinus problems (less than three months) tend to cause pain over the sinus areas which include the forehead, eye socket or midface; whereas chronic disease (over three months) tends to cause the dull, vague aching type of headaches all over the skull, not just over the sinus location.

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