The Normal Nose and Paranasal Sinuses
The fusion of the bones of the nose makes this a difficult organ to describe. A working knowledge of its gross structure can be obtained by a consideration of three aspects and their relationships: the nasal septum, the maxilla and the lateral wall.
KeywordsOlfactory Epithelium Frontal Sinus Nasal Bone Inferior Turbinate Middle Turbinate
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