nasal turbinate

nasal turbinate

Nasal concha, see there.
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Nasal turbinate pathology was moderate to severe in 5 of 6 cats with multifocal to diffuse distribution of lesions (Figure 5, panel A).
This includes the middle nasal turbinate, with the resultant cell known as a concha bullosa.
The occurrence of osteoma in the middle nasal turbinate is extremely rare, and a review of the literature showed only eight such reported cases (3-10).
The dorsal nasal turbinate was the longest and extended from level of third transverse rugae of hard palate to level of cribriform plate of ethmoid bone and it continued rostrally as straight fold.
Understanding submucosal electrosurgery for the treatment of nasal turbinate enlargement.
Unlu HH, Celik O, Demir MA, Eskiizmir G: Pleomorphic adenoma originated from the inferior nasal turbinate.
It should not be used for chronic conditions like seasonal or persistent allergies, for breathing obstruction caused by a deviated septum and nasal turbinate hypertrophy or for a common syndrome called vasomotor rhinitis, an innate hypersensitivity to irritants like chemicals, pollutants or cold air.
Dost P, Armbruster W Nasal turbinate dislocation caused by nasotracheal intubation.
A little tissue bulge, called a nasal turbinate, dangles in each nostril.
In the mammalian lineage, Bennett and Ruben (1986) considered only one anatomical trait very suggestive of endothermy: the presence of nasal turbinate structures in certain mammallike reptiles.
The sphenoid sinus can be approached transnasally by identifying the superior nasal turbinate.