Human head and neck Buccopharyngeal fascia

Case report an interesting case of huge cold abscess causing respiratory distressCase report an interesting case of huge cold abscess causing respiratory distress
Sudhir Bhargava, Suresh Rathi.“An Interesting Case of Huge Cold Abscess Causing Respiratory Distress”. Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences 2014; Vol. 3, Issue 46, September 22; Page: 11288-11291. Buccopharyngeal fascia
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Parotid region The parotid region is the region that located in the posterolateral part of the facial region, bounded by the: •SuperiorlyParotid region The parotid region is the region that located in the posterolateral part of the facial region, bounded by the: •Superiorly
The parotid region is the region that located in the posterolateral part of the facial region, bounded by the. Buccopharyngeal fascia
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Paranasal sinusesParanasal sinuses
There are our pairs o paranasal sinuses—frontal, sphenoidal, ethmoidal and maxillary; they are present in the bones with the corresponding names. Buccopharyngeal fascia
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The pterion is at the lateral side of the skull, at the intersection of the frontal, parietal, sphenoid, and temporal bones. When the lateral side of the skull is fractured, the middle meningeal a is ruptured, causing an epidural hematoma. Buccopharyngeal fascia
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