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nasal

[′nā·zəl]
(anatomy)
Of or pertaining to the nose.
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Nasal foreign bodies were commonly seen in children with cold, as they try to stop the irritating secretions dripping out by obstructing the nose with any foreign body.
Aural foreign bodies accounted for almost half of all the cases in our study, and nasal foreign bodies were only slightly less common.
The most common locations for nasal foreign bodies to lodge are just anterior to the middle turbi- nate or below the inferior turbinate.7 Unilateral for- eign bodies affect the right side about twice as often compared to the left.
(7) Nasal foreign bodies may be in any part of the nasal fossa, but the commonest location is just anterior to the middle turbinate or below the inferior turbinate.
Otolaryngologists are frequently asked to evaluate impacted nasal foreign bodies in children.
The most common location for Nasal Foreign Bodies is (Fig.
Nasal foreign bodies are commonly encountered in children and mentally handicapped patients, whose curiosity leads them to explore body orifices.