Our expert says:
The maxillary sinus washout that you are referring to, involves flushing out of the largest sinus cavity. I suggest you go back to your ENT surgeon immediately, as the sinus cavity is just below the orbit. (the area that houses the eye).
One should establish if the inferior orbital wall was breached, and if so, to which extent. Your ENT may have to order a limited CT scan to check the integrity of the bony structures. It is possible that there is no connection, but I suggest you do not leave this. Your ENT may ask a neurologist for an opinion.
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