Olfactory and Respiratory Nasal Fossae
It is now possible to describe the nasal fossae, according to both evolutionary and developmental evidence, as a combination of two organs, the first one to smell and the second one to breathe.
KeywordsCribriform Plate Olfactory Mucosa Nasal Valve Anterior Cranial Fossa Nasal Fossa
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