nasal mucosa


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mucosa of nose

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the lining of the nasal cavity, it is continuous with the skin in the vestibule of the nose and with the mucosa of the nasopharynx, the paranasal sinuses, and the nasolacrimal duct and contains goblet cells; it is subdivided into the olfactory region and respiratory region.

nasal mucosa

The lining of the nasal cavities and paranasal sinuses, made of pseudostratified ciliated epithelium with goblet cells. The nasal mucosa warms and humidifies the inhaled air, and the cilia sweep mucus-entrapped dust and microbes to the pharynx.
See also: mucosa

Schneider,

Conrad Viktor, German anatomist, 1614-1680.
schneiderian membranes - Synonym(s): nasal mucosa

nasal mucosa,

n See mucosa.
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In a study of patients with allergic rhinitis, submucosa had increased MCAF/MCP-1 and associated histamine release from basophils, suggesting that MCP-1 "is stored in human nasal mucosa, possibly participates in protracted histamine release from basophils and in the pathogenesis of perennial allergic rhinitis.
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So far, the tools available to evaluate the nasal involvement and the immunologic status of the patient are the nasal mucosa biopsy, the Mitsuda test, and the ML-flow test.
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