Human head and neck Paranasal sinuses

Diseases of the ear, nose and throat case study technology for academic themeDiseases of the ear, nose and throat case study technology for academic theme
Paranasal sinuses. Etiopathogenesis, clinical picture, diagnosis, differential diagnosis, treatment and prevention. Paranasal sinuses
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Endoscopic treatment of chronic rhinosinusitis : a clinical study Kuchhal Vaibhav* Ahmad ShahzadEndoscopic treatment of chronic rhinosinusitis : a clinical study Kuchhal Vaibhav* Ahmad Shahzad
Selection of cases was done from routine Otorhinolaryngology out patients department as well as cases admitted in Otorhinolaryngology ward in Govt. Medical College and Dr Susheela Tiwari hospital, haldwani, uttrakhand. Paranasal sinuses
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Aruna Patel2, Brijesh SinghAruna Patel2, Brijesh Singh
Anatomical Variations in Sinonasal Region in cases of Sinus Headache a ct scan Study. Paranasal sinuses
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Positional variation of optic nerve in relation to sphenoid sinuses and its association with pneumatisation of anterior clinoid process: a radiological study. Paranasal sinuses
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Headache: headache, migraine – unspecified; DementiaHeadache: headache, migraine – unspecified; Dementia
Acute delirium; Seizure; Head injury (do not say “trauma”); Syncope and collapse; Cerebral hemorrhage; Cerebral calcification; Abnormal finding on a radiologic exam. Paranasal sinuses
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Empyema of the nasal conchal bulla as a cause of chronic unilateral nasal discharge in the horse: 10 cases (2013 2014)Empyema of the nasal conchal bulla as a cause of chronic unilateral nasal discharge in the horse: 10 cases (2013 2014)
Paranasal sinuses
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Rajiv gandhi university o health sciences bangalore, karnataka annexure I i synopsis for the registration of subjectsRajiv gandhi university o health sciences bangalore, karnataka annexure I i synopsis for the registration of subjects
Histomorphological study of polypoidal lesions of nasal cavity, paranasal sinuses and nasopharynx. Paranasal sinuses
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The Dural Venous SinusesThe Dural Venous Sinuses
They contain air and have a mucous lining that is continuous into the nasal mucosa. Thus, the dural venous sinuses contain blood and the paranasal sinus contain air. Paranasal sinuses
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Fungal infections of the para-nasal sinuses MycetomaFungal infections of the para-nasal sinuses Mycetoma
A paranasal sinus fungus ball or sinus mycetoma is a non-invasive fungal infection seen in immunocompetent persons. Paranasal sinuses
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Anterior Sinus Anatomy Purpose of sinusesAnterior Sinus Anatomy Purpose of sinuses
Paranasal sinuses
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Protocol for the Examination of Specimens From Patients With Carcinomas of the Nasal Cavity and Paranasal Sinuses Protocol applies to all invasive carcinomas of the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses. Mucosal malignant melanoma is includedProtocol for the Examination of Specimens From Patients With Carcinomas of the Nasal Cavity and Paranasal Sinuses Protocol applies to all invasive carcinomas of the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses. Mucosal malignant melanoma is included
Protocol applies to all invasive carcinomas of the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses. Mucosal malignant melanoma is included. Lymphomas, neuroectodermal neoplasms, and sarcomas are not included. Paranasal sinuses
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Normal paranasal sinusesNormal paranasal sinuses
Paranasal sinus views show normal bony anatomy. The sinuses are normally pneumatized. Adjacent structures and soft tissues are unremarkable. Paranasal sinuses
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د.عبد الجبار فالح Histology 2017-2016 Respiratory systemد.عبد الجبار فالح Histology 2017-2016 Respiratory system
Alveoli are saclike structures that make up the greater part of the lung, they are the main site for the principle function of the lung–the exchange of O2 and co2 between the inspired air and blood. Paranasal sinuses
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20 Questions about Your Sinuses Q. How common is sinusitis?20 Questions about Your Sinuses Q. How common is sinusitis?
A. More than 37 million Americans suffer from at least one episode of acute sinusitis each year. The prevalence of sinusitis has soared in the last decade due to increased pollution, urban sprawl, and increased resistance to antibiotics. Paranasal sinuses
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Name of imaging facility Street address City, State Zip CodeName of imaging facility Street address City, State Zip Code
Multiplanar reformats were performed on a workstation to generate images in the sagittal and coronal planes with a slice thickness of 0mm. Dose reduction techniques were utilized in the performance of the examination. Paranasal sinuses
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