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lung condition leading to chronic sinusitis?
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lung condition leading to chronic sinusitis?

What underlying lung condition could there possibly be that could lead to chronic sinusitis? I've been to all the "experts" in sinuses and allergies, but to no avail. I'm allergic to nothing, not even mold. I've had ct scan, clear. I've had a scope, clear. I've had the extreme tests run by an allergy specialist, nothing. I've been to an ENT over and over again for the last 17 years. An accupuncturist suggested possible lung condition might have something to do with chronic sinusitis. Any light on the subject?
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Chronic sinusitis is frequently associated with asthma and a lung condition called bronchiectasis.  It is also associated with cystic fibrosis (CF) and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), which is not a lung disease, but a condition associated with heartburn.
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