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Indian Journal of Clinical Anatomy and Physiology


The study of gross and CT scan anatomy of lateral nasal wall, infundibulum and sinus drainage pathways and their clinical implications in Government Medical College and Super Facility Hospital, Azamga


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Author Details : MK Gupta, Manisha Upadhyay, Ganesh Kumar, Anand Bihari

Volume : 4, Issue : 4, Year : 2017

Article Page : 468-471


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Abstract

Anatomy of lateral nasal wall and infundibulum with special reference to uncinate process is very intricate and variable. The aim of this study was to evaluate the anatomical changes infundibulum, frontal recess and uncinate process and its clinical implications. Changes in anatomy of uncinate process alter the sinus drainage. An endoscopic gross and ct scan study of infundibulum and frontal recess was done on the 50 patients of inflamed sinuses. The results were analysed statistically. Uncinate process attachment to lamina paparacea was found most commonly.

Keywords
: Lateral nasal wall, Infundibulum, Inflamed sinuses, Drainage pathways

How to cite : Gupta M, Upadhyay M, Kumar G, Bihari A, The study of gross and CT scan anatomy of lateral nasal wall, infundibulum and sinus drainage pathways and their clinical implications in Government Medical College and Super Facility Hospital, Azamga. Indian J Clin Anat Physiol 2017;4(4):468-471

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