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Anatomy of the paranasal sinuses; drawing shows front and side views of the frontal sinus, ethmoid sinus, maxillary sinus, and sphenoid sinus. The nasal cavity and pharynx (throat) are also shown.

Anatomy of the paranasal sinuses; drawing shows front and side views of the frontal sinus, ethmoid sinus, maxillary sinus, and sphenoid sinus. The nasal cavity and pharynx (throat) are also shown.

Young Living Essential Oils: How the Body Responds to Essential Oils through Inhalation - Did you know when essential oils are inhaled through the nose, tiny nerves send an immediate signal to the brain and go straight to work on the systems that moderate our minds and bodies.  Inhalation can be the most direct delivery method of these incredibly nurturing components in essential oils, since the chemical messengers in the nasal cavity have direct access to the brain.

Young Living Essential Oils: How the Body Responds to Essential Oils through Inhalation - Did you know when essential oils are inhaled through the nose, tiny nerves send an immediate signal to the brain and go straight to work on the systems that moderate our minds and bodies. Inhalation can be the most direct delivery method of these incredibly nurturing components in essential oils, since the chemical messengers in the nasal cavity have direct access to the brain.

Primary Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma of The Nasal Cavity: Unusual Site and Unusual Presentation

Primary Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma of The Nasal Cavity: Unusual Site and Unusual Presentation

The trachea, also referred to as our windpipe, is what filters the air we breath and then branches it to the bronchi. The bronchi are two tubes that connect the trachea to the lungs. This is a picture of the respiratory system with labels.

The trachea, also referred to as our windpipe, is what filters the air we breath and then branches it to the bronchi. The bronchi are two tubes that connect the trachea to the lungs. This is a picture of the respiratory system with labels.

Head and Neck Cancer is the term given to a variety of malignant tumors that may occur in the head and neck region, namely the oral cavity, the pharynx (throat) paranasal sinuses and nasal cavity, the larynx, thyroid, and salivary glands as well as lesions of the skin of the face and neck and the cervical lymph nodes.

Head and Neck Cancer is the term given to a variety of malignant tumors that may occur in the head and neck region, namely the oral cavity, the pharynx (throat) paranasal sinuses and nasal cavity, the larynx, thyroid, and salivary glands as well as lesions of the skin of the face and neck and the cervical lymph nodes.

Nasal polyps are small growths that are seen within the nasal cavity. They arise in individuals who are prone to developing recurrent allergies and are responsible for a variety of different symptoms and constant visits to the doctor.

Nasal polyps are small growths that are seen within the nasal cavity. They arise in individuals who are prone to developing recurrent allergies and are responsible for a variety of different symptoms and constant visits to the doctor.

The Nose The nose, a prominent feature of the face, is the only external portion of the respiratory system. Air enters the nose through external openings called nostrils. The nose contains two nasal cavities, which are narrow canals separated from one another by a septum composed of bone and cartilage (Fig. 14.2). Mucous membrane lines the nasal cavities.

The Nose The nose, a prominent feature of the face, is the only external portion of the respiratory system. Air enters the nose through external openings called nostrils. The nose contains two nasal cavities, which are narrow canals separated from one another by a septum composed of bone and cartilage (Fig. 14.2). Mucous membrane lines the nasal cavities.

Illustration of the structure of the nose. The nose is the organ of smell, and uppermost part of the respiratory tract. It also acts as a resonator for the voice. Plates of cartilage form the exter- nal nose, opening at nostrils which are haired to prevent foreign objects entering. The inner nasal cavity contains projecting bones called conchae (three curling plates), covered with a mucous membrane. This membrane has blood vessels (here, coloured red and blue) which warm the air; and…

Illustration of the structure of the nose. The nose is the organ of smell, and uppermost part of the respiratory tract. It also acts as a resonator for the voice. Plates of cartilage form the exter- nal nose, opening at nostrils which are haired to prevent foreign objects entering. The inner nasal cavity contains projecting bones called conchae (three curling plates), covered with a mucous membrane. This membrane has blood vessels (here, coloured red and blue) which warm the air; and…

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