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The sinuses are cavities present in the facial bones. Frontal sinusitis is the swelling or infection of the frontal sinuses. The frontal sinuses are located just behind the eyes. All the sinuses produce mucus that drains into the nasal cavities. Read more: How Is Frontal Sinusitis Treated? Article

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