paranasal sinuses

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par·a·na·sal si·nus·es

n., pl. senos paranasales, cualquiera de las cavidades aéreas en los huesos adyacentes a la cavidad nasal;
___ radiographyradiografía total de los senos nasales.
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An Atlas of Imaging of the Paranasal Sinuses, 2nd ed.
In contrast to nasal sprays, the pulsating aerosol actually reaches the paranasal sinuses and demonstrates a longer retention time[4].
July 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Northwest Sinus Center, a medical center specializing in the diagnosis and management of diseases of the nose and paranasal sinuses, recently launched their new website http://www.
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.
Both common and uncommon pathologies are presented with a focus on imaging features, background information, characteristic radiologic findings, and differential diagnoses for diseases of anatomic regions such as the orbit, nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses, and face.
Many of the morphological features of Homo neanderthalensis, including the reputed large size of its paranasal sinuses, have been interpreted as adaptations to extreme cold, as some Neanderthals lived in Europe during glacial periods.
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.
Endoscopic surgery of the paranasal sinuses and anterior skull base, 2d ed.
Autopsy findings that support the diagnosis of drowning include but are not limited to frothy fluid in the airways or lungs, hyperinflated and congested lungs and fluid in the stomach or paranasal sinuses.
serrata inhabit the nasal passages and paranasal sinuses of wild and domestic canids, which serve as definitive hosts.
2) A sinus computed tomographic (CT) scan has been shown to be superior to radiographs in evaluating paranasal sinuses.