Human head and neck Sphenoidal sinus

Isolated sphenoid sinus polyp: a rare case reportIsolated sphenoid sinus polyp: a rare case report
C. P. Sudheer, Anoop M, Laxman B, Kathyayani B, Abdul Aziz. “Isolated Sphenoid Sinus Polyp: a rare Case Report”. Journal of Evolution of Medical And Dental Sciences 2013; Vol2, Issue 50, December 16; Page: 9817-9820. Sphenoidal sinus
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ObjectiveObjective
To determine the anatomical variations in the septum of sphenoid sinus in terms of number, position and attachments with the help of ncct paranasal sinus of the patients presenting to opd, Department of ent and Head and neck surgery, M. Sphenoidal sinus
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Transsphenoidal Pituitary Resection Op305 Transsphenoidal Pituitary ResectionTranssphenoidal Pituitary Resection Op305 Transsphenoidal Pituitary Resection
Sphenoidal sinus
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Axial Skeleton Part 1: SkullAxial Skeleton Part 1: Skull
Label the skull diagrams (lateral, anterior and inferior views) with the bones and structures. Sphenoidal sinus
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Homeopathic treatment of sinusitisHomeopathic treatment of sinusitis
Each sinus is linked through a nasal passage to serve air exchange as well as to drain mucus. Sinuses also impart resonance to our tone when we speak. Sinusitis if not effectively treated, can advance to ear infections, bronchitis. Sphenoidal sinus
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Content provided by and used with permission from the Children’s Hospital Boston DepartmentContent provided by and used with permission from the Children’s Hospital Boston Department
This booklet will explain the details of the most common nasal and sinus surgical operations so that you may be better able to make an informed decision about the desirability of surgery for you or your family member. Sphenoidal sinus
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