Mucociliary function as protective mechanism in upper respiratory tract.

@article{Bang1961MucociliaryFA,
  title={Mucociliary function as protective mechanism in upper respiratory tract.},
  author={Frederlk B Bang},
  journal={Bacteriological reviews},
  year={1961},
  volume={25},
  pages={228-36}
}
The general problem of comparing the anatomy of the upper respiratory tract of one animal species with that of another has been reviewed by several authors, notably Negus (14) and Proetz (18). These, however, have concentrated on problems directly related to respiratory physiology in man. There has been one general review of the situation in vertebrates (2). If one is dealing with a question of sinusitis, for example, in a species such as the dog, it is of obvious importance to determine… CONTINUE READING

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