nasal cavity


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Noun1.nasal cavity - either of the two cavities lying between the floor of the cranium and the roof of the mouth and extending from the face to the pharynxnasal cavity - either of the two cavities lying between the floor of the cranium and the roof of the mouth and extending from the face to the pharynx
neuroepithelium - epithelium associated with special sense organs and containing sensory nerve endings
bodily cavity, cavum, cavity - (anatomy) a natural hollow or sinus within the body
upper respiratory tract - the nose and throat and trachea
nose, olfactory organ - the organ of smell and entrance to the respiratory tract; the prominent part of the face of man or other mammals; "he has a cold in the nose"
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Examination of the patient revealed an ulcer mass covered with crust in the anterior and inferior part of the right-sided nasal cavity.
Keywords: Hamartoma, chronic inflammation, nasal cavity, nasal polyps, nasal surgical procedures
In addition, it can also be found in other areas such as the nasal cavity, oral cavity, and other skin (subcutaneous) areas.
3]-[5] They can arise throughout the mid face including the palate, mandibular condyle, coronoid process, orbit, maxillary antrum and nasal cavity.
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sup][8],[9],[10] Although it is a fact that nasal cavity obstruction should be the source of upper airway obstruction and have impact on the reconstruction of pharynx and larynx cavity, to date, there have not been any published studies specifically addressing this issue.
According to the company, the concept of utilising nasal cavity cooling for the treatment of acute migraine, as provided by the RhinoChill System, was developed by Fred Colen, MSEE, CEO of BeneChill.
Nerve fibres progress from the receptors through tiny holes in the roof of the nasal cavity and come together to form two structures called the olfactory bulbs.
In the nasal cavity, the most common site of origin is septal mucosa.
Nasal endoscopic examination revealed purulent secretion and a left sided mass which totally obstructed the nasal cavity.
In these cases, direct visualization of the nasal cavity, pharynx and larynx can be done under anesthesia with instruments such as a fiberoptic endoscope.