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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It is shown that there is a significant correlation between the prevalence of incidental paranasal sinus abnormalities (IPSA) detected in MRI and the presence of clinical symptoms associated with paranasal sinus diseases.
Invasive fungal rhinosinusitis (IFRS) is a fatal disease of the nose and paranasal sinuses that typically affects immunocompromised patients.
Divided into brief study units, this textbook introduces the main concepts in otorhinolaryngology, covering the anatomy, physiology, and immunology of the nose, paranasal sinuses, and face, diagnostic evaluation of the nose and paranasal sinuses, and specific diseases; the anatomy, physiology, examination, and conditions of the oral cavity and pharynx, ear, facial nerve, lateral skull base, external neck, larynx, and trachea; and hearing, voice, and speech and language disorders.
Paranasal sinus cancer represents a small portion of the head and neck cancer, approximately 5% of all head and neck tumors [1].
Paranasal sinus foreign bodies (PNS FBs) are commonly secondary to gunshots and accidental sharp materials [1-3].
Acquired orbital respiratory cysts are caused by extension of paranasal sinus mucosa either by herniation because of trauma or by pressure erosion of the thin intervening bone by an expanding mucocele [3].
It could be commonly caused by air escaping into the intracranial space after head traumas or during some surgical managements, such posterior fossa surgeries in the sitting position, evacuation of a subdural hematoma, anesthesia with nitrous oxide, ventriculoperitoneal (V/P) shunt application, paranasal sinus surgery, and lumbar drainage (1, 2).
Paranasal sinus mucoceles are mucus-containing cystic structures with an epithelial lining that completely fills in the paranasal sinuses.
Paranasal sinus osteomas are benign osteogenic lesions, often diagnosed incidentally on computed tomography (CT).