Development and Anatomy of the Nasal Accessory Sinuses in Man: Observations Based on Two Hundred and Ninety Lateral Nasal Walls, Showing the Various Stages and Types of Development of the Accessory Sinus Areas from the Sixtieth Day of Fetal Life to Advanced Maturity

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W. B. Saunders Company, 1914 - Nose - 166 pages
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Page 95 - Fin. 35. — SPECIMEN FROM A CHILD EIGHT YEARS, EIGHT MONTHS, AND ONE DAY OLD. (Series D, No. 63.) Lateral view of frontal, ethmoidal, and maxillary sinus areas, the lateral portion of each having been removed by sagittal cuts. Note that the sinus frontalis developed directly from the infundibulum ethmoidale. Note also the incomplete septa in the sinus maxillaris. Cel.eth.ant...
Page 91 - SPECIMEN FROM A CHILD EIGHT YEARS, Two MONTHS, AND TEN DAYS OLD. (Series D, No. 59.) Lateral view of frontal, ethmoidal, and maxillary areas. Note that the sinus frontalis developed from a cell having its origin from the suprabullar furrow. The right sinus frontalis had a similar origin, these two being the only such instances found in the entire series. The supero-inferior extent of the cellulse ethmoidales is in this case greater than usually found at this age.
Page 117 - Specimen fourteen years and seven months old. (Series D, No. 73.) Sagittal section, cut 4 mm. to the right of the median line, thus removing the medial portions of the concha inferior and concha media, and the medial anterosuperior portions of the concha superior and concha suprema I. The relations of the structures forming the lateral nasal wall and the positions of the ostia of the cellulae ethmoidales are thus clearly shown.
Page 133 - From whichever of these sources a frontal sinus may have its origin, the process of pneumatization gradually extends from that portion of the anterior ethmoidal area toward and into the inferior portion of the frontal bone. The...
Page 75 - SPECIMEN FROM A CHILD FIVE YEARS, TEN MONTHS, AND TWENTY-TWO DAYS OLD. LATERAL VIEW OF FRONTAL, ETHMOIDAL, SPHENOIDAL, AND MAXILLARY AREAS TO SHOW THE EXTENT OF PNEUMATIZATION PRESENT AND THE RELATIONS OF THE SINUSES. (Series D, No. 45.) Osseous wall, between sinus sphenoidalis and fossa pterygopalatina, is J^ mm.
Page 97 - Y?. mm. to the right of median line; in the frontal region 1 mm. to the left, and through the body of the sphenoid is 5 mm. to the left of median line. The anterior portion of the concha media and a small portion of the frontal bone have been removed to show the structures entering into the formation of the lateral nasal wall, and also the location of the ostia frontalia. In this case there are three sinus frontales — one in the right side and the two in the left side here illustrated. Of the more...
Page 101 - The anus is near the hinder end, a little to the left of the median line. The anterior portion of the digestive tract forms the extensive pharynx, the walls of which are perforated by numerous paired gill slits.
Page 73 - SPECIMEN FROM A CHILD FIVE YEARS. TEN MONTHS, AND TWENTYTWO DAYS OLD. (Series D, No. 45.) Sagittal section, % mm- to the right of median line anteriorly; section through body of the sphenoid 2 mm. to the right of median line. Anterior portion of concha media has been removed to show the lateral nasal wall. Medial wall of an infundibular cell was removed with the anterior attachment of the concha media. Ostium frontale in this case communicates both with infundibulum and with the recessus conchalis...
Page 85 - ... DAYS OLD. BY SAGITTAL SECTIONS THE LATERAL PORTIONS OF THE FRONTAL, ETHMOIDAL, AND MAXILLARY AREAS HAVE BEEN REMOVED. (Series D, No. 53.) The osseous ridges on the medial wall of the sinus maxillaris are unusually prominent. The largest one overlies the ductus nasolacrimalis. There were two lacrimal sacs present, the superior portion of the duct being bifid. Note presence of ostium maxillare accessorium and the proximity of the mucous cyst. S.front., Sinus frontalis; Cel.infund., cellulae infundibulares;...

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