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*  History of rhinoplasty
... which featured a columellar-incision open rhinoplasty that allowed greater access to the nasal cavity and to the nasal septum. ... The part of the nose to which the skin is to be attached should be made raw, by cutting the nasal stump with a knife. The ... In 1929, Peer and Metzenbaum performed the first manipulation of the caudal septum, where it originates and projects from the ... In the English-language Madras Gazette, the surgeons published photographs of the rhinoplasty procedure and its nasal ...
*  Nasal septal hematoma
... is a condition affecting the nasal septum. It can be associated with trauma. Because the septal cartilage ... Large hematomas are drained by an incision parallel to nasal floor. Systemic antibiotics are given after the incision and ... Ginsburg CM (April 1998). "Nasal septal hematoma". Pediatr Rev. 19 (4): 142-3. doi:10.1542/pir.19-4-142. PMID 9557069. Dubach P ... an untreated septal hematoma may lead to destruction of the septum. Immediate drainage is necessary. Failure to recognise ...
*  Submucous Resection
SMR may be required for another nasal sinus surgery, when the deviated septum makes the access to other parts of the nose ... It is usually intended to treat a deviated septum causing chronic nasal airway obstruction or chronic nosebleeds. Other reasons ... include nasal obstruction due to allergy or chronic sinus infections which have not responded to other treatments. ...
*  Face
The distinctive human nose shape, nostrils, and nasal septum. The cheeks covering the maxilla and mandibula (or jaw), the ... nasal bone and zygomatic bone. Also important are various soft tissues, such as fat, hair and skin (of which color may vary). ...
*  Septoplasty
... is a corrective surgical procedure done to straighten the nasal septum, the partition between the two nasal cavities. Ideally, ... Deviated nasal septum or "crooked" internal nose can occur at childbirth or as the result of an injury or other trauma. If the ... Deviations of the septum can lead to nasal obstruction. Most surgeries are completed in 60 minutes or less, while the recovery ... Apart from in patients with deviated nasal septum causing airway obstruction leading to difficult breathing, recurrent rhinitis ...
*  Nasal septum deviation
... or deviated nasal septum (DNS) is a physical disorder of the nose, involving a displacement of the nasal ... The nasal septum is the bone and cartilage in the nose that separates the nasal cavity into the two nostrils. The cartilage is ... Normally, the septum lies centrally, and thus the nasal passages are symmetrical. A deviated septum is an abnormal condition in ... Dropped nasal tip due to resection of the caudal margin. Nasal septum perforation Robinson, Jennifer (December 11, 2016). "What ...
*  Necrotizing vasculitis
Most common cause of saddle nose deformity in USA (nose flattened due to destruction of nasal septum by granulomatous ... At least 2 out of 4 criteria yields sensitivity and specificity of 88 and 92%. nasal or oral inflammation (oral ulcers or ... purulent/bloody nasal discharge, may be painful) abnormal CXR showing nodules, infiltrates, cavities microscopic hematuria or ...
*  Nasal concha
Deformity of the nasal septum can also result in enlarged turbinates. Treatment of the underlying allergy or irritant may ... Right nasal airway passage Nasal conchae Nasal concha Anatomy of the Human Body Gray, Henry (1918) The Nasal Cavity. Turbinate ... Superior nasal concha, middle nasal concha and inferior nasal concha Empty nose syndrome - a condition caused by the surgical ... Each pair is composed of one turbinate in either side of the nasal cavity, divided by the septum. The superior turbinates are ...
*  Nasal septum
MRI image showing nasal septum. MRI image showing deviated septum Anatomy portal Nose Nasal septum piercing lesson9 at The ... The nasal septum contains bone and hyaline cartilage. It is normally about 2 mm thick. The nasal septum is composed of five ... The nasal septum can be affected by both benign (fibroma, inflammatory hemangioma of the nasal septum-"bleeding polyp", etc.) ... The nasal septum can depart from the centre line of the nose in a condition that is known as a deviated septum caused by trauma ...
*  Nasal septum perforation
A nasal septum perforation is a medical condition in which the nasal septum, the cartilaginous membrane dividing the nostrils, ... Nasal septum deviation Different surgical treatments for nasal septal perforation and their outcomes Septal Perforation Closure ... Much less common causes for perforated nasal septums include rare granulomatous inflammatory conditions like granulomatosis ... Encyclopedia of Medicine article on perforated septum Nasal Septoplasty Septal Perforation Information and Treatment. ...
*  Toroku arsenic disease
They pointed out nasal septum defects. The environmental agency first indicated the skin and ENT findings of nasal scar or ... septum defect as necessary symptoms for the Toroku Pollution. In addition to the skin and ENT findings, neuritis was added as a ...
*  Flunisolide
Nasal septum perforation is rarely reported. Rare, but localized infections of the nose and pharynx with Candida albicans have ... use of corticosteroid nasal sprays in patients who have experienced recent nasal septal ulcers, recurrent epistaxis, nasal ... Flunisolide nasal spray is absorbed into the circulatory system (blood). Corticosteroid nasal sprays may affect the ... Flunisolide should not be used in the presence of nasal infection. It should not be continued if there is no relief of symptoms ...
*  Insomnia
Deviated nasal septum and nocturnal breathing disorders. Restless legs syndrome, which can cause sleep onset insomnia due to ... Association With Deviated Nasal Septum and Nocturnal Breathing Disorders". Archives of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery. ...
*  Le Fort fracture of skull
At the midline, the inferior nasal septum is involved. Historically, it has also been referred to as a Guérin fracture, ... which are both part of the nasal septum. As with the other fractures, it also involves the junction of the pterygoids with the ... It extends from the nasal bridge at or below the nasofrontal suture through the superior medial wall of the maxilla, ... Le Fort III fracture (transverse), otherwise known as craniofacial dissociation, may follow impact to the nasal bridge or upper ...
*  Pyramid of Nyuserre
A procedure to remove the brain through the nasal septum. Borchardt 1907, p. 2. Verner & Zemina 1994, p. 80. Lehner 2008, p. ...
*  Xipe Totec
Gold ornaments were put in the nose and nasal septum. Rattles were put in the right hand and a gold shield was put in the left ...
*  Vomeronasal cartilage
It lies between the cartilaginous nasal septum and the vomer. The cartilage lies below, but is not connected to, the ... The vomeronasal cartilage (or Jacobson's cartilage) is a narrow strip of cartilage, low on the medial wall of the nasal cavity ...
*  Nose piercing
The septum or nasal septum is the cartilaginous wall that divides the two nostrils. The cartilage is, however, usually not ... Nasal septum hematoma can eventually cause nasal congestion and interfere with breathing along with causing pain and ... The nasal septum is the cartilaginous dividing wall between the nostrils. Generally, the cartilage itself is not pierced, but ... If not treated immediately, the condition can ultimately cause formation of a hole in the septum, leading to nasal congestion. ...
*  Ramesh C. Deka
1984). Treacher-Collins syndrome with deviated nasal septum.Indian J Pediatr. 51:739-41. Bhatia R, Kaker SK, Sood VP, Verma IC ... 1984). Correlation of birth weightand head circumference with deviated nasal septum in newborns-a preliminary report. Indian J ... 1986). Nasal septal deviation at birth and its diagnosis. Indian J Pediatr. 53:105-8. Tandon DA, Deka RC & Chowdhury C. (1985 ... 1986). Nasal septal deviation: effective intervention and long term follow-up. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol. 12:65-72. ...
*  Palatal expansion
Rienbatcher, K.E. (2013). "Surgically Assisted Rapid Maxillary Expansion: Feasibility of nor releasing the nasal septum". JOMS ... He was also one of the first people to report lowering of mandible with bite opening and increase in nasal width and gain in ... Babacan, H. (2006). "Rapid Maxillary Expansion and Surgically Assisted Rapid Maxillary Expansion Effects on Nasal Volume". ...
*  Facial cleft
... resulting in a cleft in one of the nasal halves. The nasal septum and cavity can be involved, though this is rare. Nasoschisis ... The nasal reconstruction with a forehead flap is based on the repositioning of a skin flap from the forehead to the nose. A ... Nasal dysplasia or nasoschisis is caused by a development arrest of the lateral side of the nose, ... A few possible treatment options are to reconstruct the nose with a forehead flap or reconstruct the nasal dorsum with a bone ...
*  Pijao people
They changed the appearance of the nose by fracturing the nasal septum. They pierced the nose and the ear lobes to wear gold ...
*  Columella (disambiguation)
In human anatomy, Columella nasi, the fleshy external end of the nasal septum. Columella (auditory system), a part of the ... In corals, the central axis structure of a corallite formed by the inner ends of the septa. ...
*  Binder's syndrome
The syndrome involves hypoplasia of variable severity of cartilaginous nasal septum and premaxilla. It includes complete total ... There are also associated anomalies of muscle insertions of the upper lip and the nasal floor and of the cervical spine. ... "Maxillo-Nasal Dysplasia (Binder Syndrome): Antenatal Discovery and Implications"], Fetal Diagnosis and Therapy, 2005.. ... Binder's Syndrome/Binder Syndrome (Maxillo-Nasal Dysplasia) is a developmental disorder primarily affecting the anterior part ...
*  Tapirus kabomani
T. kabomani skulls also lack both a nasal septum and dorsal maxillary flanges. The skull possesses a meatal diverticulum fossa ...
*  List of birds of New Zealand
... characterised by united nostrils with medium nasal septum, and a long outer functional primary flight feather. Order: ...
*  Posterior ethmoidal artery
It exits into the nasal cavity to supply posterior ethmoidal cells and nasal septum; here it anastomoses with the ... and the upper part of the nasal mucosa of the nasal septum. This article incorporates text in the public domain from the 20th ... The posterior ethmoidal artery is an artery of the head which supplies the nasal septum. It is smaller than the anterior ...