sphenoethmoidal


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sphenoethmoidal

/sphe·no·eth·moi·dal/ (sfe″no-eth-moi´d'l) pertaining to the sphenoid and ethmoid bones.
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In our study, extensive efforts were made to identify potential bleeding sites in the olfactory fissure, sphenoethmoidal recess and middle nasal meatus; the results indicated no active bleeding.
A sphenochoanal polyp begins within the sphenoid sinus and extends through an enlarged sphenoid ostium into the sphenoethmoidal recess and from there into the choana.
The sphenoid sinus drains via the ostium into the sphenoethmoidal recess, which opens into the nasal cavity inferiorly.
Swab cultures of the middle meatus and sphenoethmoidal recess, which appeared with purulent discharge, were taken.
As the endoscope was withdrawn the sphenoid ostium, sphenoethmoidal recess, fontanelle, middle meatus, natural ostium of maxillary sinus and any pathological or anatomical variations were noted.
Bilateral compressive optic neuropathy secondary to bilateral sphenoethmoidal mucoceles.
Endoscopy is superior to CT scan in assessing the mucosal changes like Oedema, Polyps, congestion and visualization of Accessory Maxillary ostium, Sphenoid sinus ostium, Sphenoethmoidal recess.
Mass was seen extending to the anterior and posterior ethmoid sinus and sphenoethmoidal recess on the right side.
Pneumatised septum is usually due to extension of air from the sphenoid sinus or crista galli and is usually not significant but may marrow the sphenoethmoidal recess (SER).
6%) sides were due to narrow sphenoethmoidal recess and 6(33.
DNE provides a clear view of the sphenoethmoidal recess & choana, hence definitive diagnosis can be made in nasal DNE by identification of sinus ostium from which the stalk of the polyp pass through, which was also quite obvious in our case.
The first most anterior portion of the complex includes structures surrounding the frontal recess; the second one corresponds to the structures including the maxillary sinus and middle meatus; and the third and most posterior portion includes the structures surrounding the sphenoethmoidal recess.