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mucosa

[myü′kō·sə]
(histology)
A mucous membrane.
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Upper part of the nasal mucosa was trimmed, while the lower part was repositioned back to cover the raw bone.
It has also been reported that preservation of an unlacerated nasal mucosa may prevent collapse of the lateral nasal wall after osteotomy.
In this case, the infection caused lesions throughout the facial skin, nasal mucosa, and paranasal sinus, probably because the delay in accurate diagnosis allowed for wide dissemination of the pathogen.
After nasal surgery, nasal mucosa is under process of healing and there is excessive crusting and nasal discharge which hurdle the proper delivery of topically applied steroids.
NP is a rare sinonasal tumor of unknown etiology, arising from nasal mucosa, and representing 0.
sup][15] quantified both HBD-2 and HBD-3 in hypertrophic adenoids and nasal mucosa of adults with CRS via RT-PCR and immunohistochemistry.
The likely cause for these symptoms in migraine patients is vasodilation of the nasal mucosa that can be part of the migraine event (Expert Rev.
Viruses can be found in nasal mucosa and other tissues in close proximity in normals without signs of systemic infection upon autopsy.
Together with ONFs, they make bundles of nerve fibers that run from the nasal mucosa to the olfactory bulb where the sense of smell is located.
The nasal mucosa was de- congested with cotton pledgets placed in nasal cavity soaked in 0.
Virus levels were surprisingly high in the nasal mucosa and conjunctiva of camels.
They are soft, pink or pearl white outgrowths, usually connected with nasal mucosa by flaccid crus (Fig.