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Does Nasal Septal Deviation Have an Influence on Distribution Patterns of the Frontal Ethmoidal Cells?

The effect of nasal septal deviation on the presence of the frontal ethmoidal cells have not been studied before. Our study suggests that the presence and distribution of frontal ethmoidal cells are not influenced by nasal septal deviation.


Objective: To investigate the role of nasal septal deviation on the presence or distribution patterns of the frontal ethmoidal cells (types I to IV), the pneumatization patterns of the frontal sinus, and to search the association between the frontal ethmoidal cells and the pneumatization degree of the frontal sinus and the presence of concha bullosa.

31 Mar, 2016
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e-Published: 05 Apr, 2016


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