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What gives innervation to the ala of the nose?

Nasal branches of the intra orbital nerve, a branch of CNV2

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What gives innervation to the dorsum and apex of the nose?

Infratrochlear and external anterior ethmoid all nerves, branches of CNV1

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What gives arterial supply to the nose?

Anterior ethmoidal, septal branch of superior labial and nasal branches of infra-orbital and facial artery

4

What gives venous drainage to the nose?

Angular and lateral nasal veins that drain into the facial vein and cavernous sinus

5

What allows the nares to constrict or dilate when the surrounding muscles act?

U-shaped major alar cartilage that are free to move

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What type of skin covers the superior bony part of the nose?

Thin skin

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What type of skin covers the cartilaginous part of the nose?

Thicker skin with sebaceous glands

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What is the limen nasi?

Boundary between skin types from development as skin was drawn in from nasal pits

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What skin is found in the vestibule of the nose?

Same as on the cartilaginous part with additional vibrissae

10

What forms the roof of the nasal cavities?

Frontonasal, ethmoidal and hollow body of sphenoid

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What structures are found in the lateral wall of the nasal cavities?

Nasal conchae

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What forms the nasal septum to make up the medial wall of the nasal cavities?

Crista galli, nasal spine of frontal bone, septal cartilage, nasal crest of maxilla, nasal crest of palatine bone, vomer, crest of sphenoid bone and perpendicular plate of ethmoid bone

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What forms the floor of the nasal cavities?

Palatine processes of maxilla and horizontal plates of palatine bone

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What are the openings of the nasal cavities?

Anteriorly: nares
Posteriorly: choanae

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Describe the arrangement of the nasal mucosa in the nasal cavities.

Firmly bound to periosteum and perichondrium, continuous with the nasopharynx, paranasal sinuses, lacrimal sac and conjunctiva

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How does the inferior 2/3 of nasal mucosa differ from the superior 1/3?

Inferior 2/3 is respiratory and superior 1/3 is olfactory

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What type of epithelium is respiratory mucosa?

Pseudostratified columnar with cilia and goblet cells

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What type of epithelium is olfactory mucosa?

Olfactory cells with sustenacular cells and Bowman's glands

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Which concha are associated with the ethmoid bone?

Superior and middle

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What is the purpose of the large vascular spaces in the mucous membrane of the inferior concha?

Can swell and shrink to control diameter

21

What in the nasal cavity receives sphenoid all sinus drainage?

Sphenoethmoidal recess

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What drainage does each meatus in the nasal cavity receive?

Superior: posterior ethmoidal sinuses
Middle: maxillary, frontal and ethmoidal
Inferior: nasolacrimal duct and eustaschian tube

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Where is the common nasal meatus found?

Between conchae and nasal septum

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What does the ethmoidal infundibulum allow passage of?

Frontonasal duct through ethmoidal labyrinth

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What is the semilunar hiatus?

Frontal sinus opening into the nasal cavity

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Which two branches of the ophthalmic artery supply the medial wall of the nasal cavities?

Anterior ethmoidal and posterior ethmoidal

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Which branches of the ECA supply the medial wall of the nasal cavities?

Septal branch of superior labial from the facial artery and greater palatine from the maxillary artery

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What does the foramen cecum allow passage of in some patients?

Nasal veins to superior sagittal sinus

29

Which branch of the maxillary artery supplies the lateral wall of the nasal cavities?

Branches of the sphenopalatine artery

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What gives venous drainage to the nasal cavities?

Sphenopalatine, facial and ophthalmic veins drain to the submucosal be venous plexus and into the pterygoid plexus and cavernous sinus

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What is the function of the submucosal venous plexus of the nose?

Thermoregulation

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Describe the innervation of the anterosuperior portion of the nasal cavities.

Ophthalmic nerve (CNV1) branches to nasociliary nerve giving rise to anterior and posterior ethmoidal nerves

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Describe the innervation of the postoinferior portion of the nasal cavities.

Maxillary nerve (CNV2) gives rise to the greater palatine nerve to innervate the lateral wall and the nasopalatine nerve to innervate the septum

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What are the functions of the nose?

Olfaction, filtration, drain and eliminate paranasal sinus and nasolacrimal duct secretions, registration and humidification

35

What are the paranasal sinuses?

Paired mucous membrane lined out-pocketings of nasal cavity named according to their bony location

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What is the function of paranasal sinuses?

Nobody knows

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Where are the frontal sinuses located?

Posterior to superciliary arches and root of nose

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At what age can the frontal sinuses be detected?

7 y.o.

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Describe the passage taken by contents draining from the frontal sinuses.

Frontonasal duct --> ethmoidal infundibulum --> semilunar hiatus of middle nasal meatus

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What provides innervation to the frontal sinuses?

Supra-orbital nerves (CNV1)

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Why does the septum near the frontal sinuses usually deviate?

Right and left frontal sinuses and rally equal in size

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Where are the two parts of the frontal sinuses located?

Vertical in squamous frontal bone, horizontal in orbital frontal bone

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What forms the roof of the frontal sinuses?

Floor of anterior cranial fossa

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What forms the floor of the frontal sinuses?

Roof of orbit

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What forms the apex of the maxillary sinuses?

Zygomatic bone

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What do the base of the maxillary sinuses form?

Inferior lateral wall of nasal cavity

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What forms the roof of the maxillary sinuses?

Floor of orbit

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What often causes conical elevations to appear on the maxillary sinus floor?

Roots of first two molars in the alveolar part of maxilla

49

Describe the passage of contents draining from the maxillary sinus.

Maxillary Ostia --> semilunar hiatus --> middle nasal meatus

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What gives arterial supply to the maxillary sinuses?

Mainly superior alveolar branches of maxillary artery and descending and greater palatine arches to the floor

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What gives innervation it the maxillary sinuses?

Anterior, middle and posterior superior alveolar nerves, all branches of the maxillary nerve

52

Describe the development of the maxillary sinuses through childhood.

Present at birth but do not enlarge until ~8 y.o.

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Where are the ethmoidal sinuses found?

Between nasal cavity and orbit

54

If a patient is less than 2 y.o. What imaging method is. Needed to visualise the ethmoidal sinuses?

CT

55

Describe the drainage of the anterior, middle and posterior ethmoidal air cells.

Anterior: ethmoidal infundibulum --> middle nasal meatus
Middle: --> middle nasal meatus
Posterior: --> superior meatus

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What gives innervation to the ethmoidal sinuses?

Anterior and posterior ethmoidal branches of nasociliary nerves (CNV1)

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At ~2 y.o. Which other sinus do the ethmoidal sinuses invade?

Sphenoid

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Describe the location of the sphenoid sinuses.

In body of sphenoid but may extend to wings, unevenly divided by bony septum

59

What do the thin plates of bone around the sphenoid sinus separate it from?

Optic nerves, optic chiasm, pituitary gland and fossa, ICA, cavernous sinuses, middle and posterior cranial fossae, pons and nasopharynx roof

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What happens if several posterior ethmoidal air cells invade the sphenoid sinuses?

Sphenoidal sinuses open separately into sphenoethmoidal recess

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What gives neurovascular supply to the sphenoid sinuses?

Posterior ethmoidal arteries and nerves

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Describe the change in the sphenoid sinuses observed from birth to puberty.

Small at birth and enlarge after puberty

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What forms the nasal septum?

Perpendicular plate of ethmoid, vomer and septal cartilage