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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:

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  • 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.”
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  • Ostiomeatal complex - “The ostiomeatal complex (or unit), sometimes less correctly spelled as osteomeatal complex, is a common channel that links the frontal sinus, anter...”

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