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The major highlight of this sqadia.com medical V learning lecture is nose, paranasal sinuses and pterygopalatine fossa. Starting off with an explication of the external and internal nose, our anatomy illustrator Miss Warda Naz has also shed light on the nasal cavity. Additionally, paranasal sinuses, sinusitis and fractures have been elaborated. Moreover, pterygopalatine fossa, its contents in conjunction with the foraminas have been highlighted.
Section one focuses on External Nose. The educator comprehensively demonstrates Surface Anatomy of Nose. Furthermore, the educator presents a thorough overview of External Nose and highlights its Cartilaginous Framework. Apart from this, the explanation of Limen Nasi is brought under consideration followed by an elucidation of Nasal Valve and Nasal Musculature. In addition to this, the educator sheds light on the Blood and Lymph Supply of External Nose.
The prime focus of section two is Internal Nose. First of all, a demonstration of Internal Nose is provided. Later, the educator elucidates Nasal Septum and highlights the Contents of Nasal Septum. At the end of this section, the educator talks about Blood Supply and Nerve Supply of Internal Nose in detail.
Section three deals with the demonstration of Nasal Cavity. The educator starts off by discussing the Borders of Nasal Cavity. After this, the Floor and Roof of Nasal Cavity are elucidated. The educator peculiarly reports Bones of Lateral Wall followed by an elaboration on Medial Wall and Lateral Wall. Moreover, light is shed on the Blood Supply of Lateral Wall, Nerve Supply of Lateral Wall, and Lymphatic Drainage. Moving forward, the educator brings to light the Openings in Lateral Wall.
Section four accommodates the explanation of Paranasal Sinuses. First of all, the educator unravels details about the different groups of Paranasal Sinuses. Subsequently, a demonstration of anterior and posterior view of Paranasal Sinuses is presented. Furthermore, the educator delivers detailed information regarding Maxillary Sinus, Frontal Sinus, Ethmoidal Sinus, and Sphenoid Sinus. Apart from this, the educator elucidates Conchae and Meati. At the end of this section, light is shed on Sinusitis and Basal Skull Fracture.
In section five, the Pterygopalatine Fossa is thoroughly reported. The educator gives a comprehensive overview of Pterygopalatine Fossa and elaborates on its Borders. Afterwards, the Contents of Pterygopalatine Fossa are discussed. In addition to this, extensive information regarding Maxillary Nerve and Pterygopalatine Ganglion is imparted. While concluding this section, the educator clarifies the concept of Foramina.