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Normal ostiomeatal complex diagram

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Normal ostiomeatal complex diagram - “Normal ostiomeatal complex diagramAuthor: Frank GaillardLicense: CC-NC-BY-SA”

Used in the following articles:

  • Silent sinus syndrome - “The silent sinus syndrome represents maxillary sinus atelectasis that results in painless enophthalmos, hypoglobus and facial asymmetry 1-3. Some a...”
  • Inferior nasal concha - “The inferior nasal concha is one of the conchae in the nose. It extends horizontally along the lateral wall of the nasal cavity and consists of a l...”
  • Superior nasal concha - “The superior nasal concha is one of the conchae in the nose and refers to a bony projection on the posterior surface of the labyrinth of ethmoid.”
  • Middle nasal concha - “The middle nasal concha is one of the conchae in the nose. It consists of the medial surface of the labyrinth of ethmoid which is a thin lamella th...”
  • Concha bullosa - “A concha bullosa (also known as a middle turbinate pneumatisation) is a common finding and although associated with deviation of the nasal septum, ...”
  • Ostiomeatal complex - “The ostiomeatal complex (or unit) is a common channel that links the frontal sinus, anterior and middle ethmoid sinuses and the maxillary sinus to ...”

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