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*  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 ...
*  Premaxilla
... are each divided into medial and lateral processes by the nasal pits. The medial processes become the septum, philtrum, and ... and encompasses the anterior nasal spine and alar region. In the nasal cavity, the premaxillary element projects higher than ... In the embryo, the nasal region develops from neural crest cells which start their migration down to the face during the fourth ... ISBN 978-3-13-799101-4. "Nasal Anatomy". Medscape. June 2011. Retrieved December 2011. Check date values in: ,access-date= ( ...
*  Saichania
... which itself was partly divided in two by a transverse bone wall or septum. The nasal cavity was large, situated directly below ... The upper half of the nasal cavity was the main respiratory tract, allowing air to enter via the upper hole of the nasal ... The main entrance of each external nostril consisted of a roomy "nasal vestibule". In each vestibule again two smaller ... Together with a crista nasoturbinalis, the crista maxilloturbinalis filled the lower half of the nasal cavity. MaryaƄska ...
*  Anterior ethmoidal artery
... running along the groove on the inner surface of the nasal bone, supply branches to the lateral wall and septum of the nose, ... nasal branches. These descend into the nasal cavity through the slit by the side of the crista galli, and, ... and anterosuperior aspect of the lateral nasal wall. When entering the cranium, it gives off: a meningeal branch to the dura ... and a terminal branch which appears on the dorsum of the nose between the nasal bone and the lateral cartilage. Kiesselbach's ...
*  External nasal nerve
... and provide sensory innervation to the skin of the lower half of the nose and of the septum mobile nasi. Distribution of the ... The external nasal nerve (or external nasal branches) are terminal branches of the anterior ethmoidal nerves (from the ...
*  Equine nasal cysts
... and major deviation of the septum and vomer bones. If the head is placed in a downward position, the cyst will shift and ... since there is a risk that some nasal cysts may be cancerous. In cases where such cancer shows in a removed nasal cyst, ... Equine nasal cysts are epithelium lined, single or loculated cavities filled with fluid or pus. They normally form in the ... The clinical signs normally present as nasal discharge, facial swelling and in major cases, partial or total obstruction of the ...
*  Squamous part of the frontal bone
The spine forms part of the septum of the nose, articulating in front with the crest of the nasal bones and behind with the ... From the center of the notch the nasal process projects downward and forward beneath the nasal bones and frontal processes of ... the nasal notch, which articulates on either side of the middle line with the nasal bone, and laterally with the frontal ... The nasal process ends below in a sharp spine, and on either side of this is a small grooved surface which enters into the ...
*  Edmontonia
The nasal cavity is separated into two halves along the midline by a bone wall. This septum is continued to below by the vomers ... The top of these was a horizontal oval and represented the bony external nostril, the entrance to the nasal cavity, the normal ... Details differ between the various specimens but all share a large central nasal tile on the snout, bend large "loreal" tiles ... In the sides of the snout large depressions were present, "nasal vestibules", that each possessed two smaller openings. ...
*  Nostril
The septum can sometimes be deviated, causing one nostril to appear larger than the other. With extreme damage to the septum ... posterior nasal apertures or choanae). Each choana contains approximately 1000 strands of nasal hair. They also connect the ... In humans, the nasal cycle is the normal ultradian cycle of each nostril's blood vessels becoming engorged in swelling, then ... Like other tetrapods, humans have two external nostrils (anterior nares) and two additional nostrils at the back of the nasal ...
*  Respiratory system of the horse
The nasal cavity contains the nasolacrimal duct, which drains tears from the eyes and out the nose. The nasal passages contain ... There are two, one on each side, divided by a bony septum. These communicates with the inside of the conchae, forming the ... The horse's olfactory receptors are located in the mucosa of the upper nasal cavity. Due to the length of the nasal cavity, ... Additionally, the sinuses within the skull are able to drain through the nasal passage. The nasal passage join to the larynx ...
*  Tsintaosaurus
Internally, the fused nasal bones form a bony block in front of the braincase. The rear of the nasal bone is clipped by front ... the common medium chamber probably being divided into a left and right section by a cartilaginous septum. The conclusion that ... The rear of the chamber was formed by the nasal bones and probably homologous to the nasal cavity. The chamber was divided into ... The fused nasal bones would have formed a hollow tubular structure. The height of the crest would have exceeded that of the ...
*  Rhinorrhea
Chronic sinusitis occurs when one or more nasal polyps appear.[citation needed] This can be caused by a deviated septum as well ... "nasal irrigation" to prevent rhinorrhea. Nasal irrigation involves rinsing the nasal cavity regularly with salty water or store ... People who prefer to keep clear nasal passages, such as singers, who need a clear nasal passage to perform, may use a technique ... Alternatively, saline nasal sprays and vasoconstrictor nasal sprays may also be used, but may become counterproductive after ...
*  Wannia
A swelling on the nasal bone is present behind the posterior borders of the nares. Finally, the "septomaxillae", probably not ... do not contact one another and do not form part of the internarial septum. Eight characters are shared by Wannia and all other ... but the nasals just posterior to the nares are not swollen in contrast to the autapomorphic condition seen in the latter. ... anterior to the nasals and surrounded by the premaxilla. Although a synonymy between Wannia scurriensis and Paleorhinus ...
*  Prenatal development
Nasal pits form. The brain divides into 5 vesicles, including the early telencephalon. Leg buds form and hands form as flat ... Septum primum appears. Pharyngeal arches, grooves which will form structures of the face and neck, form. The neural tube closes ... Urorectal septum begins to form. Thus, the rectal and urinary passageways become separated. Anterior and posterior horns ...
*  Frontal sinus
Nasal and sinal mucosae are ciliated and move mucus to the choanae and finally to the stomach. The thick upper layers of nasal ... Frontal sinuses are rarely symmetrical and the septum between them frequently deviates to one or other side of the middle line ... Lateral wall of nasal cavity. Sagittal section of nose mouth, pharynx, and larynx. Outline of bones of face, showing position ... Each opens into the anterior part of the corresponding middle nasal meatus of the nose through the frontonasal duct which ...
*  Aplestosuchus
The choanal septum is also ridged on the ventral surface. An autapomorphic single parachoanal fossa rostrolateral to the ... It possesses an autapomorphic nasal bone with dorsal midline crest, and an autapomorphic frontal longitudinal ridge that ...
*  Chenoprosopus
The shape of nasals are large, rectangular, and about three times as long as wide. It is placed near the lateral margin of the ... Anterior palatal fossil occurs on the vomers as modest concavities separated by a thin longitudinal septum. The conjoined ... A short maxilla-nasal suture is evident on both sides of the skull, followed by contacts with the lacrimal and jugal. Palate is ... It extends back between the nasals and the maxilla, but are apparently separated from the lachrymals by a considerable space. ...
*  Glossary of bird terms
nasal canthus The area where the eyelids come together at the anterior corner of the eye, on the side of the nares, as opposed ... There is typically a septum made of bone or cartilage that separates the two nares, but in some families (including gulls, ... nares The two holes-circular, oval or slit-like in shape-which lead to the nasal cavities within the bird's skull, and thus to ... At the base of the upper mandible a thin sheet of nasal bones is attached to the skull at the nasofrontal hinge, which gives ...
*  Rhinitis medicamentosa
Passali D, Salerni L, Passali G, Passali F, Bellussi L (2006) Nasal decongestants in the treatment of chronic nasal obstruction ... Deviated septum Upper respiratory tract infection Vasomotor rhinitis Cocaine use and other stimulant abuse Pregnancy (these ... The use of over-the-counter (OTC) saline nasal sprays may help open the nose without causing RM if the spray does not contain a ... Patients often try increasing both the dose and the frequency of nasal sprays upon the onset of RM, worsening the condition. ...
*  Soft palate
It is responsible for closing off the nasal passages during the act of swallowing, and also for closing off the airway. During ... or deviated septum problems.[citation needed] Touching the uvula or the end of the soft palate evokes a strong gag reflex in ... It is possible for the soft palate to retract and elevate during speech to separate the oral cavity (mouth) from the nasal ... If this separation is incomplete, air escapes through the nose, causing speech to be perceived as nasal. Within the ...
*  List of -ectomies
Turbinectomy is the removal of the turbinate bones in the nasal passage. Tympanectomy is the removal of the eardrum. Uretectomy ... Septectomy is the removal of a septum. Splenectomy is the surgical removal of the spleen. Autosplenectomy is where certain ...
*  Greater alar cartilage
The greater alar cartilage (lower lateral cartilage) is a thin, flexible plate, situated immediately below the lateral nasal ... the septum mobile nasi. The part which forms the lateral wall (crus laterale) is curved to correspond with the ala of the nose ... it is connected by fibrous tissue to the lateral cartilage and front part of the cartilage of the septum; below, it falls short ...
*  Body piercing jewellery
Shown with external screw threads Hand carved tusks made out of horn, these are normally worn in nasal septum piercings Ear ...
*  Orbital part of frontal bone
They are lined by mucous membrane, and each communicates with the corresponding nasal cavity by means of a passage called the ... they are separated from one another by a thin bony septum, which often deviates to one or other side, with the result that the ... near the nasal part is a depression, the fovea trochlearis, or occasionally a small trochlear spine, for the attachment of the ...