nasal cavity

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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

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Patient's PNS CT with contrast revealed an irregular border mild enhancing tumoral solid mass measuring 30x30 mm at the anteroinferior of the right nasal cavity without calcification or lytic osseous lesion at adjacent bone and PNS were clear (figure 1).
The respiratory epithelial adenomatoid hamartoma (REAH) of the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses is a benign lesion that arises from the respiratory mucosa; it was first described by Wenig and Heffner (1).
Tumors may have a greater tendency to metastasize in young dogs, immunosuppressed dogs and dogs in poor condition Metastases have been reported in the nasal cavity, oral cavity, skin, sclera, brain, subcutaneous tissue, lymph nodes, tonsils, liver, spleen, peritoneum, and bone marrow of 5-17% of cases (Prasad et al.
This report presents a rhinolith around an ectopic teeth in nasal cavity presenting as nasal obstruction.
The nasal cavity is the initial part of respiratory system.
When trying to understand the status of OSA, with or without a diagnostic PSG study, it is important to find out the changes that narrowed nasal cavity causes in the airway dimensions.
Surgical intervention: The interior nasal cavity was explored and bipolar electric hemostat performed under general anaesthesia in three patients with recurrent epistaxis and poor tolerance.
Out of four finalists, Cumbria Partnership was recognized as the frontrunner for their successful results from the COOLHEAD pilot trial, a study designed to assess the benefits of nasal cavity cooling for the treatment of migraine headaches.
Paranasal computed tomography (CT) revealed a soft-density oval mass measuring about 8mm in its greatest dimension having contact with the middle turbinate in the left nasal cavity (Figure-2).
Malignant or benign tumors of the nasal cavity may also be calcified (3).
The mass had caused complete occlusion of the right nasal cavity and was compressing the left nasal cavity, causing presure atrophy of the bones.
The narrowest nasal cavity area is measured and standardized as the minimal cross-sectional area (MCA), and the relation of this narrowness with the respective localization throughout the nasal cavity is established.
The pressure of snorting helped move the fluid against the force of gravity and up the performer's nasal cavity.
Tawse (1920) reported a patient with a unilateral supernumerary nostril that communicated with the nasal cavity.
The fungus was isolated from all cutaneous lesions, 47% (n = 71) of nasal cavity swabs, 33% (n = 79) of oral cavity swabs, and 15% (n = 38) of nail fragment pools (11).