Mucosa of paranasal sinus
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Background Horses may acquire a range of paranasal sinus diseases. Clinical studies show slight differences regarding anatomical… Expand Objectives
Chronic fungal rhinosinusitis is a major health problem because of the large impact on quality of life and difficult… Expand Objective
To compare the histopathological effects of fibrin glue (FbGl) and cyanoacrylate (CyAc) on the maxillary sinus mucosa… Expand OBJECTIVE
To monitor concentrations of sulfadimidine in the paranasal sinus mucosa (PSM) of unsedated horses following IV… Expand Methods The study was performed on 20 New Zealand white rabbits, distributed into two equal groups. In the case of the first… Expand INTRODUCTION
Due to the increasing popularity in recreational diving long-term health consequences of this sport have aroused… Expand Nitric oxide (NO) is present in the human nasal airways and originates primarily from the paranasal sinuses. Immunohistochemical… Expand Whether temperature, pH, osmotic pressure, Ca2+, Mg2+, and ATP have promotive effects on ciliary activity was investigated by a… Expand