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headeache and sinus

CT result says
1.Minimal mucosal thickening is seen in billatral maxillary & ethomid sinuses.
2.Deviated nasal spectrum seen to left with bony spur 4.5x2.2 mm
3.bialatral concha bullosa is noted
4.incidentally noted pnematization of petrous parts of temporal bone on either side with dehiscence of internal carotid artery on either side.
what does it means?
is bony spur is too large ?
I have headache too?
however doctor is saying this is becaz of migraine?
but my headache comes at definite time like morning, afternoon, evening?
and i am unable to find treager?
can anybody please explain this?
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Primary headache such as migraine may be caused by triggers such as food, weather or hormones. However, anatomical issues such as deviated nasal septum may also cause headaches and may need to be managed also to prevent recurrences. It is best that you talk to your doctor about this for proper management. Take care and do keep us posted.
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migraine could be due to deviated septum and bony spur..read  this http://www.kevinsmithmd.com/headache_articles.html
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