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Nasal region


What system is the nose part of? respiratory
What separates the two nasal cavities? nasal septum
What are the functions of the nose olfactory, air condition, air humidification, warming of air, filtration of dust, reception of secretions for the paranasal sinuses and nasolacrimal duct
The external nose refers to the? outer visible part
Te parts of the external nose include: root, dorsum, apex, ala
The base includes: two external mares separated by a nasal septum
The external nose has a... cartilaginous and bony framework
The external nose cartilaginous framework includes: lateral nasal cartilage, septal cartilage , greater & lesser alar cartilages
The bony framework includes: nasal bone, frontal process of maxilla and nasal portion of the frontal bone
The nasal cavity is entered through the nostrils and opens posteriorly into the? nasopharynx through the choanae
Inside the aperature of the nostril is a dilation...what is it called? vestibule
Created by: atruelove