nasal vestibule


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vestibule

 [ves´tĭ-būl]
a space or cavity at the entrance to another structure. adj., adj vestib´ular.
vestibule of aorta a small space within the left ventricle at the root of the aorta.
vestibule of ear an oval cavity in the middle of the bony labyrinth.
vestibule of mouth the portion of the oral cavity bounded on one side by teeth and gingivae (or the residual alveolar ridges) and on the other by the lips (labial vestibule) and cheeks (buccal vestibule).
nasal vestibule (vestibule of nose) the anterior part of the nasal cavity; it is lined with stratified squamous epithelium and contains hairs (vibrissae) and sebaceous glands.
vestibule of vagina the space between the labia minora into which the urethra and vagina open.

nasal vestibule

[TA]
the anterior segment of the nasal cavity, especially that enclosed by the alar cartilage, limited posterosuperiorly by the limen masi and lined with a squamous epithelium.
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Mucoepidermoid carcinoma of the nasal vestibule is extremely rare, and it has never been studied as a specific entity.
The results demonstrated that cleaned nasal vestibule by saline cotton swabs could not clean the bacteria stayed in the deep part.
Treatment of complete nasal vestibule stenosis with vestibular stents and mitomycin C.
Nasal vestibule cancers are usually squamous cell carcinomas; the majority is well to moderately differentiated (1-5).
Anterior rhinoscopic examination revealed a fluctuant, well circumscribed, rounded soft tissue mass of dimension 2.5 x 3 cm that protruded to the anterior nasal vestibule in the left superior gingival region and at the base of the left mesial aperture (fig 1).
Here we present a case report of solitary neurofibroma involving nasal vestibule of an 18 years patient.
Anterior rhinoscopy revealed purulent discharge in the floor of the right nasal cavity with a thickened nasal vestibule. A heap of granulation tissue was seen at the junction of the floor of the nasal cavity and nasal septum.
(31.) Bir F, Akbulut M, Sen N, Kelten C, Topuz B, Nese Calli D: Sebaceous carcinoma of the nasal vestibule: A case report.
Various strategies for the management of a nasal leech have been described in the literature; they include suctioning, a wait-and-watch policy whereby water in a kidney tray is placed 1 cm below the nasal vestibule, (4) injection of a 4% lidocaine solution into the parasite, (5) and removal with artery forceps or pliers.
CASE REPORT: A 55 year old female patient presented with a swelling in the right nasal vestibule since 2 years.
We report what we believe is only the second case of mucosal desmoplastic melanoma arising from the nasal vestibule. The patient, a 62-year-old woman, presented with an obstructive, enlarging mass in the nasal cavity.
They may also develops over the areas not exposed to sunlight such as the penis, mucosal lower lip, and nasal vestibule (4,5).