ethmoidal infundibulum

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infundibulum

 [in-fun-dib´u-lum] (pl. infundi´bula) (L.)
1. any funnel-shaped passage; called also choana.
ethmoidal infundibulum
1. a passage connecting the nasal cavity with the anterior ethmoidal cells and frontal sinus.
2. a sinuous passage connecting the middle meatus of the nose with the anterior ethmoidal cells and often with the frontal sinus.
infundibulum of hypothalamus a hollow, funnel-shaped mass in front of the tuber cinereum, extending to the posterior lobe of the pituitary gland.
infundibulum of uterine tube the distal, funnel-shaped portion of the fallopian (uterine) tube.
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eth·moi·dal in·fun·dib·u·lum

[TA]
a passage from the middle meatus of the nose communicating with the anterior ethmoidal cells and frontal sinus.
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ethmoidal infundibulum

The area in the middle meatus of the nose. The anterior ethmoid sinuses and the frontal sinus open into this area.
See also: infundibulum
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eth·moi·dal in·fun·dib·u·lum

(eth-moydăl in-fŭn-dibyū-lŭm) [TA]
Passage from middle meatus of nose communicating with anterior ethmoidal cells and frontal sinus.
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