Not necessarily. It's 'silent' because it doesn't tend to cause any symptoms or clinical signs until it has been there for some time, then causing hypoglobus. A simple cold or some other anatomical predisposition can set the process off.
Do people diagnosed with silent sinus syndrome always have a history of sinus problems?
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Silent sinus syndrome
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