nasal septum


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nasal septum

[′nā·zəl ¦sep·təm]
(anatomy)
The partition separating the two nasal cavities.
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A silastic splint was inserted into incision side of the nasal cavity in group B, and this was fixed by a silk 3-0 in the nasal cavity to the nasal septum and secured well to avoid slippage of the splint and both the nostrils were packed with vaseline gauze packs and in group B both the nasal cavities were packed lightly with vaseline gauze.
Nasal septum giant pyogenic granuloma after a long lasting nasal intubation: Case report.
The analysis of CT scan pictures showed Deviated nasal septum in 32 (41%), Pansinusitis in 16 (20.
In ewe with tumor in the region of turbinates, deviation of nasal septum was observed.
In conclusion, we encountered a case of RP that was diagnosed early by nasal septum biopsy.
Cells from the nasal septum The type of non-melanoma skin cancer investigated in this study is most common on the nose, specifically the alar wing of the nose, because of its cumulative exposure to sunlight.
Nasal septum deviation causing narrow nasal cavity at the neo-ostium, connective tissue disorder,sarcoidosis, chronic sinus disease, mucocele, previous external dacryocystorhinostomy or other nasal surgery are the pre-operative risk factors.
Physicians at the hospital said that attention deficit disorder is one of the most commonly associated symptoms of nasal septum deviation.
Physicians at the University Hospital Sharjah said that Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) is one of the most common of the associated symptoms of nasal septum deviation.
2 Bhat- nagar and his colleagues insist that what Ruysch was observing was not the VNO at all but were various pot holes in the lining of the nasal septum known as "mucosal pits".
9%) of the patients; the most frequent being the deviated nasal septum 20 (26%) and the Concha bullosa 14 (18.