Middle nasal concha
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The middle nasal concha consists of the medial surface of the labyrinth of ethmoid which is a thin basal lamella that descends from the undersurface of the cribriform plate and ends in a free, convoluted margin.
It is rough, and marked above by numerous grooves, directed nearly vertically downward from the cribriform plate; they lodge branches of the olfactory nerves, which are distributed to the mucous membrane covering the superior nasal concha.
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