paranasal


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Adj.1.paranasal - adjacent to the nasal cavities; "paranasal sinus"
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par·a·na·sal

a. paranasal, adyacente a la cavidad nasal.

paranasal

adj paranasal
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Sinonasal inflammatory disease with sinus ostial obstruction is a very common cause of an opacified paranasal sinus.
Cancer metastatic to the paranasal sinuses often presents with ophthalmologic and facial deformities, as well as sinonasal complaints.
It is a necrotizing granulomatous vasculitis mostly affecting the lungs (95%), paranasal sinuses (90%), kidneys (85%), nose or nasopharynx (65%), and joints (65%) accordingly.
com)-- "Rhinology and Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery," recently published by Thieme, is an accessible text that covers anatomic principles, applied physiology, medical principles, and surgical management of diseases affecting the paranasal sinuses and anterior skull base.
The paediatric paranasal sinuses are affected by a wide spectrum of conditions including congenital abnormalities and inflammatory, traumatic and neoplastic diseases.
It produces a pulsating aerosol and, by creating differences in pressure, promotes ventilation of the paranasal sinuses.
A sampling of topics includes: basic principles, CBCT in clinical practice, dental findings, implant site assessment, orthodontic assessment, paranasal sinus evaluation, and vertebral body evaluation.
Rarely, recurring nosebleeds can be a sign of an underlying disorder, such as high blood pressure, a bleeding disorder, or a tumour of the nose or of the paranasal sinuses.
This case report provides evidence of metastatic spread to the paranasal sinuses.
Chronic rhinosinusitis is an inflammatory condition involving one or more of the paranasal sinuses.
They can be subdivided into bone surface tumors (or exostoses) that primarily involve the cranial vault, mandible, and external auditory canal and the more common sino-orbital (or paranasal sinus) osteomas that arise from bones that define the paranasal sinuses, nasal cavity, and orbit.
This patent and Acclarent's earlier 7,462,175 patent are directed to methods for treating a paranasal sinus ostium, such as the maxillary sinus ostium, either through the nostril or other routes.